Gear. Settings. Inspiration. Lighting. Macro Magic Gives You All Four (Value $526)
We don’t fuss about gear.
Although professional macro photographers rely on expensive lenses and fancy lighting to get great shots… there’s a ton of shortcuts amateurs can take to get the same results.
That’s why we cover the different lens modifiers that will change your current camera setup into a macro photographer’s dream.
The only other things we recommend you have is a tripod and a shutter release for steady-shots.
One thing you’ll soon discover is that to take macro photos, you have to get super close. And when you get close, your depth of field shrinks to fractions of an inch.
That’s why it’s important to know which exposure settings to use to keep as much of your scene in focus as possible… and how things like the crop factor will change your magnification.
This section shows you how I captured all of the images you see on this page. I experimented with a bunch of ideas, and walk you through each shot.
Everything from water drop refractions and washing up liquid, to flowers and butterflies…
Macro photography is all about having fun and capturing interesting pictures, and when you play with lighting, that’s where even more magic happens…
What else is included?
New Bonus Added: The Ultimate Macro Checklist (Value = $49)
Macro photography is easy, but when you’re getting started, it can be hard to find inspiration.
And although the course is easy to follow, there are some accessories I recommend you use.
That’s why I sat down with my designer last week to come up with a printable checklist for you to follow.
It covers props, bugs, accessories, and even lighting… Everything you need to get a fast start with macro photography.
Bonus #1 - Grunge Backgrounds (Value = $99)
Great macro photography uses colour and texture to stand out. Although the focus will never be on the background, you have to ensure it’s in harmony with what you’re shooting.
That’s why our designer worked hard to put these grunge backgrounds together.
Use them to add a splash of colour and texture to your photographs, and complement the subject you’re shooting.
Included are 12 different backgrounds that you can print at home to make your macro photography stand out.
Bonus #2 - Focus Stacking in Photoshop (Value = $49)
When you get super close to a subject… your depth of field becomes very shallow too.
This is a great creative look, but sometimes you want to capture more detail than your lens will allow.
That’s where focus stacking comes in. You take a series of photos focused at different points, then use a Photoshop tool to automatically merge them together.
It’s easy to do if you follow the right process, which we outline in this bonus video.
Here’s The Amazing Deal We’ve Put Together
We’ve created a video course on macro photography that works for any landscape photographer.
And to make the method as easy as possible, the video course contains projects that show you how to achieve stunning results even in ordinary conditions.
A workshop of this calibre could easily cost $500.00 (and that’s excluding the bonuses).
So if you’re interested in experimenting with (or advancing) your macro photography…
Get Macro Magic and start taking mesmerizing macro photos in a few hours.