Posts in "Macro Photography" category

#WeekendPhotoProject: Macro textile

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For this week’s weekend photo project, we’re talking about macro textile¬†photography.

Textiles¬†can make for some incredible macro photography–whether it’s fabric, thread, fiber, and so on. You can use a macro lens or extension tubes to get as close as you can.

We’d love to hear what equipment you’re using to capture your macro textile photography in the comments! Share your photos on social media with the hashtag #weekendphotoproject, and feel free to tag us @rockbrookcamera, too! We’d love to share your photo creations!

~Kim

Getting close up: the world of macro photography

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Getting close up: the world of macro photography

Small things make wonderful photography subject. Whether it’s a flower, bug, piece of jewelry, or your friend’s eye, small things are fun to photograph, especially when you discover the tiny details you don’t normally notice. How do you go about photographing little things? There are a couple of ways to go about Macro photography.

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