Book Review: Focus On Close-Up and Macro Photography (Focus On series)

The Focus On series is something I think I will be checking out more of in the near future.  This book focuses all on Close-Up and Macro photography.  There are a lot of great tips and tricks in the book and of course a lot of really great Macro photography throughout the book.  I don’t really consider myself to be a photographer but I do like to try and take decent pictures so this book was definitely helpful and I did find myself trying to use some of the techniques when I was in Tulsa recently.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Want to get the best out of your digital camera? Not quite sure how to capture up-close shots? Want easy to follow, expert advice on the best ways to creatively capture macro shots you can be proud of?

This is your ticket to go beyond a snapshot to create a fine art print that you’ll be so proud of. Macro and close-up photography involves a unique skill set in terms of exposure, lighting, and of course, composition in particular. You can take a quick photo of a sunflower in your back yard that will look mundane and typical OR you could learn how to take a picture of just a part of it-up close-and create a work of art. Let this book be your guide!

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