Creative Photography Module 8 Study Guide
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What is macro photography?
close-up photography; involves projecting an image on the digital sensor that is as close to real sized as possible.
A macro camera lens does what?
gives a true life-sized image.
An extension tube is?
a hollow tube that is placed between the camera and lens to move the lens farther from the camera sensor and increase the magnification.
What are filters?
attachments that go onto the front of the lens and magnify the image that is in front of them.
Greater magnification increases the risk of what?
What can eliminate camera shake?
a tripod and a remote shutter release can eliminate human camera shake.
Why is focus a concern with macro photography?
since the depth of field is generally very shallow in macro photography, you'll have to carefully choose where you focus the lens
Why might you need artificial light in macro photography?
it can help you control the light and increase the shutter speed.
What areas are best to focus on for macro pictures using people?
hands, feet, or noses.
Why are everyday objects good sources for macro photography?
macro photography takes something that we see every day and veiws it from a different perspective.
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