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David Busch’s Close-Up and Macro Photography by Rob Sheppard, David D. Busch

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Chapter 6Shooting Tips for Specific Subjects

Landscapes or sports can’t be photographed at just any time because you have to be at special locations to capture those subjects, and even the time you are there can be critical. You can’t take travel photographs unless you are traveling. And you can’t capture images of people unless you are around people. Plus, humans can be challenging subjects who can talk back to you!

Close-up photography can be done at any time and in any place. There are always subjects for close-ups. In fact, so many things look different when you get in close that even the most common of subjects can be totally dramatic. Close-up and macro photography offer you a wealth of subject matter that will have something available ...

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