Macro Lenses

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The Venus Optics Laowa Aurogon FF 10-50x NA0.5 Supermicro APO Lens opens the door to microphotography, allowing you to use the camera gear you already have. Watch as Sam Fuller takes the camera out for a spin and shares some helpful tips for microscopic photography. 0:00 - Introduction 0:35 - Specs and Today's Setup 2:46 - More Tips 3:17 - Fuller's Thoughts Will you be adding the Laowa Aurogon to your kit? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments section, below.
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In this video, FUJIFILM X Creator Shotti NYC shows you how to make your portraiture pop by incorporating vibrant and striking color with gels and backdrops. 0:00 - Introduction 0:33 - Photoshoot 5:29 - Final Thoughts Ready to experiment with bold, new colors in your photography? Drop us a line in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
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“Do I really replace lenses or just buy more of them? That’s the major question,” says Kevin Rickert, B&H Photo’s Senior Sales Trainer for cameras and lighting, in the heat of discussion for our Notable Lens Releases of 2022 and 2023 episode. Listen in as we assess the latest crop of optics from Canon, FUJIFILM,
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DZOFilm has rounded out its Gnosis Macro Prime series with the new Gnosis 24mm T2.8 Macro Lens, available with imperial or metric focus markings to create one cohesive range for wide-angle, macro-focused shots. The 24mm lens itself, like others in the series, has a built-in ARRI LPL-mount with PL and EF-mount adapters to
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Let’s take a look at DZOFilm's line of macro prime lenses and how they look when used for food videography. Each lens includes ARRI PL and Canon EF lens mounts, making it suitable for use with a wider selection of cameras. DZO Film 35, 65, 90mm primes The 32mm T2.8 Gnosis Macro Prime Lens from DZOFilm provides impressive close-up
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The last few months have been a whirlwind for FUJIFILM's mirrorless division, with the company unveiling a suite of new sensor technologies inside the successors to a line of cameras that not everyone was sure would ever return. While the X-H2 and X-H2S are very exciting cameras and deserving of their flagship status, they aren't necessarily what most people think of when they think of FUJIFILM cameras: that would be the X-T line, and many have been waiting to see what these announcements would mean for the
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DZOFilm’s newest full-frame lens line provides impressive magnification for small subject matter with a wide range of camera mounting capabilities. The Gnosis Macro Prime lenses come in 32mm, 65mm, and 90mm
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Professional photographers Brett Wells and Derek Fahsbender critique macro photos, from flowers to insects. Their advice will give you inspiration on how to improve your macro photography. Which of these photos sparked your interest? Share your comments on them, below. Click here to watch Part 1 on gear and techniques.
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Photographer and Sigma technology representative Brett Wells helps you take your macro photography to new dimensions, demonstrating his at-home setup, macro lenses, other accessories, and a great deal more. Share your takeaways from this presentation in the Comments, below. Click here to watch Brett Wells' critique in Part 2! Sponsored by Sigma  
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Close-up or macro photography is an incredible way to capture the tiny world around us on a super-detailed level. While the dedicated macro lens is still one of the best tools for exploring the world on a miniature scale, there are some very inexpensive ways to jump into macro photography with the lens or lenses you already own—no need for a specialized close-up macro lens. In this article, we will take a closer look (no pun intended) at reversing rings. Non
by Todd Vorenkamp ·Posted
Close-up or macro photography is an incredible way to capture the tiny world around us on a super-detailed level. While the dedicated macro lens is still one of the best tools for exploring the world on a miniature scale, there are some very inexpensive ways to jump into macro photography with the lens or lenses you already own—no need for a specialized close-up macro lens. In this article, we will take a closer look (no pun intended) at macro couplers. Non-
by Todd Vorenkamp ·Posted
There are many articles on the Web about specialized lighting for macro photography. As awesome as some of these ring lights and macro flashes are, they become just one more thing to cram
by Todd Vorenkamp ·Posted
Welcome to B&H Night Photography Week! Running August 9-13, 2021 (with bonus sessions on August 23-24) across all of B&H's channels will be loads of new content and events focused on creating amazing night photos! You'll find inspiring presentations on how to master your camera after the sun sets and the stars come out. Find us on social media at #BHNightPhotoWeek to share the nighttime excitement with your fellow nocturnal shooters! To get more involved, tune in to the live sessions that the B&H Event Space will be hosting. Each
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Welcome to B&H Food Photography Week! Running from July 19-22, 2021, across all of B&H's channels, will be loads of new content and events about how to create amazing food photos—all you need to do is find a chef! You'll find inspiring presentations from top food photographers and creatives who share their secrets on making food photographs that look as great as the food tastes! Find us on social media at #BHFoodPhotoWeek to share the table with your fellow foodies and food photographers! To get more involved, tune into the live
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There are many articles discussing macro photography and what you can do with a macro lens; however, I’d like to also consider some of the things you cannot do with a macro lens. You cannot grind pepper for your meal, but you can spice up your food photography by incorporating macro close-up images. The unique depictions you can give food and recipe ingredients with a macro lens perspective are ideal for food photography. The textures of foodstuffs and the details we often miss with the eye are brought to life with macro lenses; they seem to