• 1. MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY.Liam Geary
  • 2. WHAT IS MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY?• Micro Photography is a genre in photography which involves taking photos ofwhich the natural eye would not view in everyday life. Macro means small.So using a standard issue lenses usually would not be useful whenattempting to explore macro photography. A lenses with 35-55 and apolarizer would be they perfect setup using a 400-600D with macroadjustments.• Macro photography has expanded a lot since it was first founded as a genre.Macro photography used to mean taking images of a grain or smaller.• Nowadays Anything not seen by the natural eye is called ‘macro’.
  • 3. EXPLORING MICRO PHOTOGRAPHY:
  • 4. NARROWING DOWN CHOICES:• I would like to wildlife for my Macro exhibit. Here are some more examples of Macrowildlife:
  • 5. MY CHOICES:• I have chosen these two as they stand out from therest in my eyes. These two photos really explore theworld of macro under our noses.• Image 1 explores how wasps use their surroundingsand work in pairs.• Image 2 shows us how other species live and survivein the wild.• For me macro photography is a great choice and Iwould like to showcase this sort of imagery on Task 7.
    Please download to view
  • All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
    ...

    Macro photography

    by liamgearyringwoodmedia

    on

    Report

    Category:

    Education

    Download: 0

    Comment: 0

    158

    views

    Comments

    Description

    Media
    Download Macro photography

    Transcript

    • 1. MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY.Liam Geary
  • 2. WHAT IS MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY?• Micro Photography is a genre in photography which involves taking photos ofwhich the natural eye would not view in everyday life. Macro means small.So using a standard issue lenses usually would not be useful whenattempting to explore macro photography. A lenses with 35-55 and apolarizer would be they perfect setup using a 400-600D with macroadjustments.• Macro photography has expanded a lot since it was first founded as a genre.Macro photography used to mean taking images of a grain or smaller.• Nowadays Anything not seen by the natural eye is called ‘macro’.
  • 3. EXPLORING MICRO PHOTOGRAPHY:
  • 4. NARROWING DOWN CHOICES:• I would like to wildlife for my Macro exhibit. Here are some more examples of Macrowildlife:
  • 5. MY CHOICES:• I have chosen these two as they stand out from therest in my eyes. These two photos really explore theworld of macro under our noses.• Image 1 explores how wasps use their surroundingsand work in pairs.• Image 2 shows us how other species live and survivein the wild.• For me macro photography is a great choice and Iwould like to showcase this sort of imagery on Task 7.
  • Fly UP