Macro Photography with a Digital Camera

Vasily Yarovenko, Tatyana Yarovenko

Abstract


Macro photography – it is a method of obtaining photographic images of objects on a large scale. Belarus photo is an intermediary between simple and macro photography, it is equal to 1:10 of 20:1. Rules and recommendations developed by the macro photography are also used in combination with other methods. The special advantage is the possibility to manufacture photographic macro photography high magnification of separate sites of filming, significantly larger than field of view microscope (Belkin, Korukhov, 1992). The challenge for macro focus consists in the making of images in a given scale with a clear transfer of the most important characteristics of investigated objects. It is on the scale of the imagery in most cases is a picture of the object, poorly conceived or even completely invisible to the naked eye in nature (Silkin, 1979). Object classification, a macro: - the material from which they are composed, opaque and transparent; - the degree of spatial properties-volumetric or flat, with a smooth or embossed; - the ability of a surface to reflect light-frosted with diffuse reflection and glossy with a mirror image of the rays. Quality images in macro photography are possible with proper identification needed exposure, accurate information on sharpness, as well as the location of the light source. Where, to get images with high quality under conditions of macro photography, in addition to the above conditions, you need to choose the right equipment for photographing objects.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s2p36


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