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Macro Photography The Amazing World of Small Things

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Macro Photography: The Amazing World of Small Things
Duration: 56m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 1.06 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
How do I set up my camera to get a macro shot of a still object? How about a moving object? What aperture, shutter speed, ISO, lightning is better for these types of pictures? These questions will not exist after this course.

With a before and after of different shots, showing the original "big picture" vs. the resulting macro, as well as in detail explanations of the camera's settings, you'll get inspired to search for your own macro photography opportunities.
But, hey, do I need a DSLR to shoot macros? No, sir! Here we'll look at the possibilities iPhones and simple Point and Shoot cameras give us in this type of photography, as well as traditional DSLR.
Four sample projects will be executed from start to finish: you'll learn step by step how a macro image can be produced from concept to a complete post edited product.

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