How to shoot macro
Trying to work out how to shoot that micro flower positioned in the perfect light? Photographer Michael Snedic explores the finer points of macro photography and explains how to get stunning shots of nature’s small wonders.
Compact Digital’s each contain a universal macro setting and by choosing this, you should be able to focus on small subjects. Digital macro photography often captures our attention because it exposes things we often don’t see with our eyes.
Whether it is macro flower or macro insect photography, taking this simple but practical advice will help you to achieve better photography through the miniature world.
This story was first published in the March 2010 issue of Australian Photography.