Macro Photography Examples and Ideas
Macro photography is capturing objects up close and personal to find details not always detectable with the human eye. Typically, macro photography normally involves a specialty lens with a 1:1 ratio so that even the smallest of things have a huge effect on the viewer. So here are ten macro photography examples and ideas captured by Seven11.
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At Seven11, we capture faith-inspired photos to allow God to lead us to each message we write. This process means that each message is full of art that activates our visual senses, creates deeper meaning, and binds the photo with the devotion it inspired. In addition to our own blogs, we are article contributors with Crossmap, so check them out! And our latest Christian Photography and devotionals collection, Immersion, is now available for purchase as a hardback or a paperback Bible study. This is a great way to immerse yourself in faith inspired photography and words of truth and encouragement! Our profits go to the International Mission Board (IMB). So, it’s a great way to learn and be inspired by Christian topics while helping spread Christianity around the world. Great study for families, small groups, or as a unique personal devotional.
Are you a photographer looking for a blog to help sharpen your skills and expand your talents to new horizons? Are you interested in photography but really don’t know where to start? We have you both covered! For the new photographer, we developed a completely free introductory course. This will take you from Lesson #1 Fields of Photography all the way through Lesson #10 Advanced Aperture!
Those more experienced photographers can check out our regularly updated photography articles. All totally free! Our only goal is to provide a blog that supports Christian values and teaches others how to enjoy their photography for a lifetime.