Are you fascinated by the little details of our natural world? Do you sometimes wonder what it would be like to experience your surroundings from the perspective of an ant or a grain of sand?
Close-up photography is one way you can get closer to visualizing this experience while also expressing yourself creatively. This exciting photographic niche offers boundless room for artistic experimentation.
While popular, especially in nature photography, your choice of subjects is practically limitless, making it highly stimulating from a creative perspective!
It’s with great enthusiasm that I get to tell you a few things today about what close-up photography is like and how to start shooting in this medium. Without further ado, let’s find out how to take amazing close up shots from the very beginning.
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What is Close-Up Photography?
It’s all in the name! Close-up photography is about reproducing diminutive subjects with all their small details at a scale close to life-size or larger. You can practice capturing close-up photos pretty much anywhere, in natural light or in the studio.