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28 Close-Up Photography Tutorials

28 Close-Up Photography Tutorials  - Focus on the detail by perfecting your macro skills with these top photography tutorials.

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Here's 28 tutorials that will get you looking a little closer at your photographic subjects as well as provides some handy tips along the way. 

 

Creative Fruit And Veg Photography Tips

Turn the humble vegetable into a piece of art with a few simple steps.

 

 

Five Quick Still Life Tips

Here are five tips to help you get started in still life photography.

 

Photo by ePz member cattyal 

 

Tips On Photographing Abstract Multi-Coloured Ice Patterns

Combine the cross polarisation plastic technique with close ups of ice to create multi-coloured patterns.

 

 

Photographing Christmas Baubles

Christmas trees are crammed full of ornaments so why not photograph them?

 

 

Christmas Macro Photography Tips

Here are a few tips for taking some great macro shots this festive season.

 

 

Capturing Frost / Ice Patterns And Scenes To Create Interesting Abstracts

Here are a few tips on shooting ice / frost this winter so you can capture interesting abstract shots.

 

 

How To Photograph Kitchen Utensils And Cutlery Creatively

See how daylight and a few utensils can help you create interesting photographs.

 

 

Autumn Close-Up Photo Tips For Point & Shoot Digital Cameras

Here's some top tips on shooting autumn close-ups with a compact camera.

 

 

How to Photograph Fungi In 10 Easy Steps

Here's 10 steps that'll help better your fungi photography skills.

 

Photo by David Pritchard 

 

Macro Photography Tips - Raindrops On Windows

Raindrops on windows produce interesting patterns which can be photographed with ease on days when venturing outside will just soak you and your camera.

 

Photo by David Pritchard

 

Do I Need A Tripod For Macro Photography?

Here are six reasons why you should take a tripod out with you next time you plan on shooting macro work.

Photo by Rick Hanson

 

Capturing Creative Shots Of Raindrop Patterns

While rain has a habit of spoiling a day's photography, it can also be used to create interesting abstracts.

Photo by David Pritchard

 

Coast Close-Up Photography With Compacts

How to take great close-up shots with your point-and-shoot.

 

Reasons Why You Should Photograph Water Bubbles

Shoot some different types of water shots and have a go at capturing some water bubbles.

 

 

How To Photograph Flowers Outside

Learn how to shoot better outdoor flower shots with your compact camera.

 

 

Ten Macro Photography Tips

10 tips to help you take macro shots that always impress.

Photo by David Pritchard

 

Tips On Photographing Vegetables

Here are a few tips to help you capture photos of your five a day that are good enough to eat.

 

Photo by Peter Bargh

 

How To Photograph Water Drops

Learn how to shoot macro images of rain drops with the help of Edwin Brosens.

 

 

How To Photograph Lichen

Edwin Brosen shares his tips on photographing Lichen.

 

Quick Tips On Focus Stacking Technique

Learn how one photographer uses focus stacking to produce images of water droplets.

 

Photographing Patterns In Ice

Ice makes an interesting photographic subject, as this article will show you.

Photo by David Clapp 

 

Shooting Photos Of Wood Ants

Photographer Edwin Brosens shares his wisdom on how to shoot wood ants effectively.

 

Abstract Photography With Oil And Water

How to photograph oil on water with a basic set up to create abstract images.

 

Shooting Sea Shells

You don't always have to be beside the seaside when photographing shells.

Photo by David Clapp 

 

Flash Techniques For Macro Photography

Edwin Brosens shares his tips on using flash when shooting macro work.

 

Ten Top Macro Photography Tips

We've put ten top tips together that'll help you improve your macro photography.

Photo by Peter Bargh

 

How To Shoot Ultra Close Ups

John Gravett shares his tips on reversing lenses to create ultra close ups.


 

Macro Photography Tips

Ben Boswell shares his tips on shooting macros with a magnifying glass and a DSLR.


 

 

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Lenken Junior Member United Kingdom
20 May 2016 9:17AM
Have just taken a quick look at he 28 tutorials on macro photography. Exactly what I need. Brilliant stuff. As I cannot travel very well projects at home or nearby suit me well. Thank you for an inspirational hour that should enable me to produce results shortly. Will submit ASAP. Thank you, Leonard.

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