Being able to take images close up, opens up a whole new interesting world of imaging, but if you are new to taking macro photography it can be frustrating.
So, the intent with the blog is to make your adventure in to this new tiny world less frustrating by giving you insight to understanding how to your adjust the setting on your camera for macro photography and what accessories will not only make your close up images sharper and but make the process easier.
A snowy landscape is an inspiring image, and to bring your winter wonderland center stage, it helps to include another object that can create contrast. An exclusively snowy image may not provide enough visual interest, but even shadows can create a compelling addition to the composition. If you shoot early or late in the day, the sun’s low angle can cast long shadows and contrast to other aspects of the image. Simply adjusting your camera angle based on the sun’s position can change or impact your final result, which can be a fantastic asset when experimenting with different approaches to this subject.