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Chapter 3. Capturing Nature > Capture a Close-Up (Macro) Image

18. Capture a Close-Up (Macro) Image


The opposite of telephoto (zoom) photography, macro photography allows you to get really close to your subject. You might use macro photography to get a close-up picture of a flower, insect, or a piece of jewelry. The most important thing to remember in macro photography is to use the LCD monitor whenever possible when focusing on your subject. If you use the optical viewfinder to frame the picture, the subject may not appear where you want it to because of parallax view.


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