Macro LightingDPMag Published in Blog
There are tools, tips and tricks in Mike Moats' recent post on the Tamron Angle of View blog all about light control when working with macro lenses. Sure, it's the Tamron blog, but the tips work just as well no matter what brand of macro lenses you're using. Just because you’ve got a macro lens doesn’t mean that you’re ready to go macro; you’ve got to deal with lighting for macro differently too. The nice thing about light modifiers for macro work is that the tools, like the subjects, are small: no need for massive scrims or softboxes and stands. Little clamps and diffusers no bigger than a foot around can do as much for a macro shot as a 4x8 softbox can for a full sized scenario. Check out the post and you’ll have more control over the lighting in your next macro setup.
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