|14th of February 2008 (Thu)||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Atlanta, GA
I absolutly love macro photography, the detail is exceptional. I want to get into macro photography. But heres my question... how do some of you macro photographers get so close to your subjects like (spiders, snakes, etc...) basically, dangerous animals, do you just take the risk, lean in real close, get focused and take the shot or what? Also, what is a really good macro lens for a good price? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading
|14th of February 2008 (Thu)||#2|
Cream of the Crop
Join Date: Sep 2006
Re: Macro Question.
First, according to the moderator CyberDyneSystems the macro forum is in the 'Photo Sharing' section and are for images only.
Reminder Share Forums are for Images <-- click to see
So it probably best to ask your question in the Canon EF and EF-S Lenses section
One of the better and most used macro lens is the Canon 100mm f/2.8 and as you can see in -=TOP TEN=- Which macro lens do you use? <-- click to see
Most macro subjects like insects don't attack they just fly, jump or run away but don't piss off a red ant Snakes usually don't truly need 1:1 life size macro which gives more room between subject and lens.
Also there are many other subjects for macro, from food to flowers
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