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KY1977

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Dun think they are macro shots.
 

Breathe

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dun think he said that it was a macro shot
 

simranjits

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Yeah its quite obvious he said marco , not macro.. Some people don't read topics weird,.
 

dynermite

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"Macro photography is close-up photography. The classical definition is that the image projected on the "film plane" (i.e., film or a digital sensor) is close to the same size as the subject. On 35 mm film (for example), the lens is typically optimized to focus sharply on a small area approaching the size of the film frame." -wikipedia (macro photography entry)
 

parampita

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TS, having a bee in the shot doesn't make it a macro (note: macro, not marco). The idea of doing macro is to get the minute details.

The first thing u can do to vastly improve your macro shots will be to go in nearer to your subject. Very much nearer.
 

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Maybe TS was trying to say he was doing a Marco Polo shot.. being an explorer finding bugs on top of roof..etc. That will gel.

But more likely he meant 'macro'. :think:
 

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These are close up instead of macro shots.
You need proper lense to shoot macros.
 

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