Macro photography is the production of photographs of small items larger than life size. That is the definition of macro photography and it is quite famous in all photography categories. But there are photographers who unfortunately cannot afford a DSLR to achieve the high-level quality of macro photography. But not to worry, here we are going to discuss some tricks and tips so that you can shoot macro photograph using your very own point and shoot camera.
• Selection of the macro mode: Well it is obvious that this was going to be the first step. The macro mode will also usually tell your point and shoot camera to choose a larger aperture so that the subject that you want to focus on is highlighted and not what there is in its background.
• Aperture: Once the mode is set to macro, here is a thing that you should know, that the main thing that aperture impacts are the depth of the field of the shot that you are about to take. So, if your camera allows you to make changes in the aperture (many don’t) then choose a small aperture, that is a bigger number, if you want a large depth of field with everything in focus or larger aperture if you want to focus only on your subject.
• The composition: Make sure that the image has a main point of interest and then place the focal length in a position so as to draw the eye of the viewer. Go for simple and tidy backgrounds for a professional look.
• Use of a tripod: Keeping the camera still is one of the most important factors for macro photography. It also allows performing with different settings without losing the subjects original position.
• Taking the final shots: Capturing multiple shots of the subject with the focus and aperture maintained, one can easily make out the best macro photography from a point and shoot camera.