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Most modern macro lenses can focus continuously to infinity and can provide excellent optical quality for casual photography. Macro lenses of different focal lengths find different uses: Continuously variable focal length – suitable for practically all macro objects 45-65mm – product photography, small objects that can be approached closely causing an unwanted effect, and scenes requiring a natural background perspective 90-105mm – insects, flowers and small objects from a comfortable distance.
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Photography is a fun art form and many people do it. It’s because of the width of a form of art that he can create with the uniqueness of each shot. People all over the world have appreciated the aftermath of the amazing photo. Do you know what these photos look like? amazingly stunning? This is because of the composition of the photo that each of them has.
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Macro” lenses specially designed for close-up work, with a long tube for close-up focusing and optimized for high reproduction ratios, are one of the most common macro tools in photography. (Unlike most other lens manufacturers, Nikon labels its macro lenses as “Micro”
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Thanks to advances in sensor technology, today’s small sensor digital cameras can compete with macro the capabilities of a DSLR with a “true” macro lens, despite having a lower reproduction ratio, making macro photography available at a lower price. “True” in the digital age macro photography can be more practically defined as photography with the vertical height of the object 24 mm or less.