dpreview.com – The what and why of wildlife macro photography

The what and why of wildlife macro photography

Whenever I teach macro photography I begin with a statement and two questions. The statement is that I, as a nature photographer, teach macro photography in the wild. The two immediate questions that stem from this statement are:

  1. What is macro photography?
  2. Why do I choose to shoot macro photographs in the wild?

In this article, the first of a new series here on dpreview, I’ll try to answer these questions, as well as elaborate a little bit about the essence of macro photography as I see it. I’ll also try to give you enough information about the upcoming articles to keep you interested!

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Improve Your Outdoor Portrait Photography

13 Tips for Improving Outdoor Portraits

Outdoor Portraits present portrait photographers a variety of challenges and opportunities. Today James Pickett from America the Lost suggests 13 tips to help you with your outdoor portrait work.


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