Close-Up and Macro Photography eBook

There’s nothing like getting really close-up and exploring the simplest things as they take on the form of new landscapes. Ed Verosky’s new ebook aims to help you discover these hidden worlds. The guide explains how to make the most of the gear you currently own and shows you the unlimited photo opportunities around you. Found here: Introduction to Close-Up & Macro Photography

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Introduction to Close-Up & Macro Photography (Click to Learn More)

This book was written for anyone who needs to take photos of food and details at events, items for online sales, documentation and cataloging, and just for the fun of it. And it includes plenty of tips that can easily make your shots more impressive than the average close-up shot.

The guide attempts to cover every popular piece of equipment, from the least expensive solutions to high-end macro lenses. High-resolution examples help you compare gear and decide what’s right for you. After discussing gear, Verosky shares quality lighting techniques that can be accomplished even with an on-camera flash.

Some of the Many Topics Covered Include (78 pages):

  • Macro vs. Close Up
  • Gear List & Basic Use
  • Lenses
  • Gear Comparisons
  • Reverse Lens Macros
  • Diopters
  • Extension Tubes
  • Lenses
  • Tripods
  • Bellows
  • Focusing Rails
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Pages from the Close-Up and Macro Photography eBook (Click to See More)

  • Lighting
  • Off-Camera Flash
  • Depth of Field
  • Focus Stacking
  • Liquid Drops
  • Product Shots
  • Food Photography
  • Flowers & Nature
  • Insects
  • Abstracts
  • Special Effects

Ed Verosky is a New York City photographer who has been shooting for over 30 years. He started out as a newspaper photographer and later moved to weddings, family portraiture, boudoir, music, and editorial. With the knowledge he has gained from experience, he writes a blog, books, and makes videos for aspiring photographers.

How to Get a Copy:

The guide comes in PDF format; it can be read on computers, phones, and most tablets.

Found here: Introduction to Close-Up & Macro Photography eBook

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