All cameras (actually its the lens) have certain limitations in macro capabilities. Thats why we have close up filters to help get bigger macros. Check out this link for some example pics. Those discussed are +4 filters. Depending on the level of magification needed, +1, +2, +4 to +10 closeup filters are easily available in the shops. Not expensive also. Around $15.Originally posted by MaGixShOe
so for the marco shot my cam should be further away from the object?
if like that then my object will be very small liao leh since it cant zoom in when in marco
Thats rite. In macro mode, there is a minimum and maximum focusing distance. So, both going too near or too far, the camera will not be able to focus liao.Originally posted by MaGixShOe
i got wat u mean liao
means my cam on marco mode canot go closer than wat it is intended to, if not the imaeg will blur rite?
Hee hee, kind of depends on situation... the programmed/auto mode in most modern camera is smart enough to handle most situations. Such as landscape and stuff... The manual mode and semi manual mode (hee he, the aperture and shutter piority) are used for a certain type of situation... say the smooth water effect? you may want to use shutter piority... For SLR and DSLR users, they are likely to use the aperture piority so that they have control over the DOF.Originally posted by MaGixShOe
hmm flare: for normal photography on ppl set the cam to auto will do rite?
dun need to care about others uh
then for taking landscape or specific objects then change the manual settings suitable for it