Asked by Monique Cook — 26 Jun 2011 Answered
I want a good camera for close up shots...is this a good choice or would you recommend something else? I like to take pictures with a lot of detail really small things like butterflies or flowers...ect
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Regenia Brabham said:
It is not so much the camera but the lens you use. A lot of your point and shoots have a flower setting but that mainly aids you in selecting a shallow depth of field for you. You can use a wide angle lens and move in close. You can also get convertors to use with your lens. They also sell filters that act as a magnifier. You can't beat a good macro lens though.
4 years ago
Monique Cook said:
Thanx I think I will try a converter and see how i like it :)
Niki Andre said:
What Regenia said; the lens is most important. Canon manufactures a fine camera, and many photographers are even Canon snobs-but regardless of your machine, you have to have the right parts. Learn to manipulate your depth-of-field with use of a macro lens; it will really help pop out those extreme close-up shots you're looking for. Play around a bit; your camera will open you up to a world of never-boredom. :)
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