Introduction: Taking Photographs in Macro


UPDATE: Set the camera on your knee or on a tripod to foucs on the subject better.The little square on the camera viewfinder/lcd screen is for puting the subject in. Hold it steady and you'll take a good shot.

Macro photography is close-up form of photography using a digital or SLR camera

On SLRs, special Macro lenses have to be used.For my video, I have used the 'digital' macro inbuilt in the Canon SX10 IS

This is an 30-second video guide to taking better and more professional macro photographs.Have fun experimenting with different macro settings.

All pictures have been taken with a Canon SX10 IS



annabelee (author)2011-09-11

I have a question. I have a Cannon Power Shot camara. How do you turn off the flash on this camara? For flash setting it just says red eye, on or off. Thanks so much for any help.

cecilemc23 (author)2010-02-28

i have canon SX120 IS i'm tryig to learn it you thin its a good 1?

Phil B (author)2009-09-02

Viewing various Instructables submitted shows that people have a lot of trouble with making the camera focus on the desired object, rather than part of the background. I hoped you would give some attention to that problem. Fortunately, I have a camera that makes solving that problem fairly easy, if I mind the details.

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