What is macro Photography?
we just say "Macro"...
Macro photography is close-up photography of small subjects, up to very small subjects, including things like shrimps, crabs, and corals.
How do you do macro photography?
Usualy what you see is captured from 1:2 to 1:1 on your camera. So a 2cm shrimp will fill completely your viewfinder. The main secret is : “get as close as possible”, with of course full respect of your subject. A particular technique could also involve wide angle lenses to capture your subject in his environment.
The animal kingdom offers many examples of how species can coexist under mutually beneficial conditions, or at least cause the least trouble to each other. Do we, as human beings, live and do as well as these species by inspiring us? These symbiotic relationships remind us of how we can work and live together to improve the lives of others. Wherever we look, there are creatures that have a purpose that benefits others. Over the next few months, let’s take a moment and think about what we can do to help each other, even in ways we may not have considered before!