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Macro Photography

Macro photography brings a special artful element to everyday objects found in the home or in nature, like blades of grass, colorful insects or rusty coins. These ultra-close shots give us insight into the smallest objects that normally go unnoticed and unappreciated as we pass by. 

Lovely Macro Flower Art with the Savage Auto-Extension Tube

This photo gallery was shot by photographer Roni Chastain using our new Macro ART Variable Auto-Extension Tube. This accessory combines the three most common automatic extension tubes into one integrated range and allows for the user to conveniently adjust magnification strength without changing tubes to proficiently capture fine detail with ease. 

10 Creative Ideas for Unique Macro Photography

10 Creative Ideas for Unique Macro Photography

Are you always photographing the same themes for your macro photography like flowers, bugs and water drops? Here are 10 ideas for more creative macro subjects from our Facebook followers! Let us know if one of these suggestions inspires you!

A Beginner’s Guide to Macro Photography

A Beginner’s Guide to Macro Photography

One of the most significant facets of photography is to bring to light the beauty in every day subjects. Macro photography in particular has the ability to make works of art of the smaller things in life. The subject matter in this area is endless — from insects and flowers to water droplets. You only need to look around the house for some interesting objects to shoot. 

Introduction to Macro Focus Stacking

Introduction to Macro Focus Stacking

One frustrating aspect of macro photography can be shallow depth of field. A method to solve this problem is called ‘focus stacking’. This is a technique in which you take many pictures and use software to combine them, giving you a completely in-focus macro image.