what is MACROS and how to use it?
defined on the Nikon website, MACROS "Refers to close-up photography, particularly photography that results in the subject appearing close to life-size in the image."
when taking pictures of your babies or kids be mindful of how much you use macros.
being able to zoom in can make a picture very special and give it a completely different feel. but think about capturing a full image first and not limiting yourself. remember, that your sensor in your camera doesn't capture all things just the way your eyes see them. if the photograph demands, you can also isolate different parts of the body and create extraordinary snaps with effective use of "cropping". cropping is extremely important part of a photographer's post-shoot workflow. this is a big part of what you pay for in a photo session. the 'photographer's eye' is artistic and has a knack for understanding positive and negative space and juxtaposition. it can be particularly useful if you captured something in the background that you didn't want in the picture. moving your feet helps you remove something unwanted as does a good lens that enables you to create BOKEH. we will talk more about both of these soon
Rachel Alfonso-Smith is a native New Yorker that has relocated to Katy, Texas.
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