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2. Macro Photography This is extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph, is greater than its real life size. Due to advances in sensor technology, todays small-sensor digital cameras can rival the macro capabilities of a DSLR with a true macro lens, despite having a lower reproduction ratio, making macro photography more widely accessible at a lower cost. "Macro" lenses specifically designed for close-up work, with a long barrel for close focusing and optimized for high reproduction ratios, are one of the most common tools for macro photography. TAKING PICTURES OF INSECTS AND SMALL OBJECTS 3. Macro lenses of different focal lengths find different uses: Continuously-variable focal length suitable for virtually all macro subjects 4565 mm product photography, small objects that can be approached closely without causing undesirable influence, and scenes requiring natural background perspective 90105 mm insects, flowers, and small objects from a comfortable distance 150200 mm insects and other small animals where additional working distance is required MACRO LENSES 4. High Resolution Camera; Canon 5D mark iii (Average price 1,750), Canon 6D (average price 1,000), Nikon D800E (Average price 2,500) Macro Lens; 65mm mp-e (average price 700), 1:1 (Average price 200), 1-5x (average price 750) Ring flash (ranging from 100-600) Tripod (Starting from 10!) EQUIPMENT YOU WILL NEED