By Harold Davis
Искусство макро-фотографии.The paintings of macro photography-photographing small items or tremendous close-ups of small sections of huge objects-yields interesting effects, yet capturing at this point brings its personal set of demanding situations. you can now shoot close-ups with self belief and inventive aptitude with this information-packed guide.Renowned photographer Harold Davis offers pages of field-tested innovations on concentration, depth-of-field, exposure-even the perfect gear to take advantage of for this precise area of interest of electronic images. The publication comprises beautiful and exciting examples of his paintings to demonstrate ideas.
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It’s likely that you will have your tripod longer than your camera, so it is worth investing in a good tripod. The requirements for a close-up tripod in the ﬁeld are different from what you need in the studio—although reasonable compromises are possible; you don’t have to buy two. A ﬁeld tripod should be lightweight, preferably with legs made of carbon ﬁber—the material used in applications ranging from aircraft and artiﬁcial limbs to high tech windmill blades. Weight and portability aren’t so important in a studio tripod, but the ability to hold the weight of even the heaviest cameras and lenses is vital.
I use the DG extension tube set from Kenko. There are versions of this product that ﬁt many DSLR brands, including Canon and Nikon. The set provides a 12mm, 20mm and a 36mm tube with electronic couplings which enable the light meter automation to work with the extension tubes in place. You can use these extension tubes individually, or together to get even closer. Don’t get me wrong: extension tubes are simple devices with not much to go wrong. Any brand is ﬁne. A close-up ﬁlter is a piece of optical glass that screws into the front of a lens and provides magniﬁcation.
Even apart from the technical consideration of holding the camera steady, a tripod is often an assist in making close-up photos because shifting the camera slightly has a huge impact on composition. When the camera is on a tripod, you can make movements in a controlled way. It’s likely that you will have your tripod longer than your camera, so it is worth investing in a good tripod. The requirements for a close-up tripod in the ﬁeld are different from what you need in the studio—although reasonable compromises are possible; you don’t have to buy two.