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Getting started with MacroMacro PhotographyGetting started with Macro6 months ago in Photography More Like This
So you want to shoot some fancy Macro pictures, and don't know where to start? There are quite a few ways to achieve a Macro photo, lets review some of them:
1) If you only have a point and shoot camera, you will probably have somewhere an icon of a flower, if you select it your camera will try to focus at the minimum distance it can. It won't be a macro photograph as the magnification won't be the right one, but it will be a close-up photograph, and with patience you'll get some really decent shots, that's how I started.
2) If you have a DSLR with the kit lens that came with it then you have all you need to do Macro Photography. All you have to do is to remove the lens from your camera, turn it 180º and place the front element against the lens mount, and voilá, you instantly get a macro lens which will let you focus very close to your subjects. Of course you will have to focus manu
How do I shoot street hipshotsI'll try to describe the way I shot my recent street uploads taken at an open market. Maybe some will find this information useful.How do I shoot street hipshots7 years ago in Photography More Like This
First, I adjust my camera, so no further adjustments will be in need while photoshooting. This is very essential, because if people see you fiddling with your camera they become cautious and tent to avoid you. The secret is to never look at your camera! You have NO camera with you! Make your camera invisible! I use a black Nikon with a plain black strap with no fancy yellow nikon logos on it and when I hang it around my neck I wear dark clothes.
As for the adjustments: I use a Nikkor 28mm f2.8 prime which makes for a superb 42mm lens. Mode set to aperture priotity, manual focus set to hyperfocal distance (http://dofmaster.com/hyperfocal.html), ISO to 200, battery full, card empty, camera hanging from the neck and off we go!
Walking along the street, my right hand rests on the camera with my thumb (not the index finger) on the shutter release button and the