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Macro Photography

90 Pages · 2016 · 7.06 MB · English

  • Macro Photography




    Macro Photography


    *******


    How To Shoot


    Tiny Stuff




    By Dan Eitreim


    http://OnTargetPhotoTraining.com


    http://BetterPhotos101.com





    Published by: On Target Publishing


    Dan Eitreim


    321 E. Lincoln #17,


    Orange, California, 92865


    U.S.A.


    Copyright © 2015 – Dan Eitreim. All rights are reserved. No part of this report may


    be reproduced or transmitted in any form without the written permission of the author,


    except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review.


    You do not have the right to sell, give away or otherwise share this e-book.


    Note: This e-book is optimized for viewing on a computer screen, but it is organized so


    you can also print it out and assemble it as a book. Since the text is optimized for


    screen viewing, the type is larger than that in usual printed books.


    Disclaimer



    This report has been written to provide information to help you master your camera and get


    better photographs. Every effort has been made to make this report as complete and accurate


    as possible. However, there may be mistakes in typography or content. Also, this report


    contains information on photography only up to the publishing date. Therefore, this report


    should be used as a guide – not as the ultimate source of photography information.



    The purpose of this report is to educate. The author and publisher does not warrant that the


    information contained in this report is fully complete and shall not be responsible for any errors


    or omissions. The author and publisher shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any


    person or entity with respect to any loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or


    indirectly by this report.




    Message From The Author



    Hello, I'm Dan Eitreim and I've been shooting photographs professionally


    for over 20 years.



    Getting stunning images is almost automatic for me now...but it wasn't


    always like that! I remember struggling to figure out what all the buttons


    and dials on my camera were for, and I remember the frustration of not


    being able to shoot the type of images I knew I could produce.



    I think I own just about every photo technique book available and believe


    me...there is a lot of misinformation and downright useless information out


    there.



    Most photo books are written - not to really teach you anything new, but to


    show off the photographers photographs! In this series of e-books, I've tried


    my best to avoid that pitfall. While there are a lot of my own photos in here,


    there are also a lot of stock photos. The idea is to use the photos to


    demonstrate a point, not to show off my work.



    I've developed a simple, systematic approach that ANYONE can easily


    master and start shooting better photos – TODAY!



    It's time YOU put the “WOW” factor into your photos.




    Let's get started! Contents


    Bonus:


    Introduction


    Macro vs. Close-up Photography


    Checklist


    Chapter 1: Camera


    Nikon Vs. Canon


    Pixel Count


    Shoot In Raw format


    Chapter 2: Lenses


    The Problems And How To Handle Them


    Aberrations


    Focus


    Work - Arounds


    Depth of Field


    Chapter 3: Light


    Photo Preview Button


    Reflectors


    Flash Units


    Slow Down Your Shutter


    Increase Your ISO


    Light Tent


    Create A Stunning Background


    Chapter 4: The Tripod


    Not All Tripods Are Created Equal


    Legs


    Center Columns


    Tripod Heads


    An Idea From Dean Collins


    Alternatives To The Tripod


    Chapter 5: Camera Shake


    Shutter Release “Fixes”


    Timed Shutter Release


    Bulb


    Mirror Lockup Chapter 6: The Photo Histogram


    Explained


    Chapter 7: Miscellaneous Equipment


    Clothing


    First Aid


    Drinking Water


    Spray Bottles


    Water


    Honey/Sugar


    Conclusion


    Additional Information






    Bonus


    Get my newest – best selling – e-book; “How To Shoot Breathtaking Sunset Photos”


    absolutely FREE!


    Why is it free?


    I want people to check out my website: http://BetterPhotos101.com and sign up for my


    daily photo tips newsletter! I’ve been building this site with one goal in mind… to


    become THE authority website in the photography world! As of this writing there are


    almost 600 articles and videos on the site itself, and the newsletter has about 200 daily


    photo tips you can use to experiment with and make your photos better. Anything you


    could ever want to know about photography is there! (Or soon will be!)


    You get my free e-book as an ethical bribe just for checking out my site and signing up


    for the newsletter!


    By the way, this isn’t some junky throwaway book. It is 132 pages of detailed photo


    instruction! You can get it FREE! Just go to the website, skim through the first article


    and then at the bottom of the page, sign up for the newsletter – you’ll then be asked to


    confirm your subscription. Click the confirm link and you’ll be sent the first daily tip


    including a link to the book... It couldn’t be easier!


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    Introduction


    Macro vs. Close-up Photography:




    When talking about shooting tiny stuff… we hear the terms; “Macro Photography” and “Close-


    up Photography” bandied about. What’s the difference? Is there a difference? Aren’t they pretty


    much the same thing?


    Nope. They aren’t the same thing. Macro photography is when a subject is shot at a ratio of 1:1


    or greater and close-up photography is when a subject is shot at a lesser ratio.



    Okay… so what does that mean?


    The terms were coined in the olden days of film. So for example, if a subject was photographed


    using 35 mm film and the result produced a 35 mm negative showing the subject at its full size -


    that is a 1 to 1 ratio. Note: I’m talking about the actual size of the object on the negative, not the


    size once it is printed.


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