When photographing macro photography, dedicated macro lenses are often the obvious choice.
Macro lenses are designed specifically for close up work as they allow you to shoot at a magnification of at least one to one (sometimes even more). The downside to macro lenses is that they can be quite expensive, but there are some alternatives that you can use to take your macro shots even further.
In this photography class Karl heads out to show you some useful tips and tricks for macro photography, including how to use speedlites for macro work, the best camera settings and focus modes and affordable equipment for beginners just starting out.
In this photography class we cover the following:
- Ideas and inspiration for outdoor macro photography
- Useful equipment for macro photography
- The best lenses for macro photography
- How and why it’s best to work in manual focus
If you have any questions about this class please post them in the comments box below.
NOTE: This course is available with English subtitles.