Macro Landscape Photography in the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix Arizona
Can macro photography be considered landscape photography?
In fact, there are some landscape photographers who do an amazing job shooting macro as a part of their landscape work. Two of my favorites are Sarah Marino and Ron Coscorrosa.
I am a strong believer that you should get inspiration from some of your favorite photographers and then merge your style and their style. So, I recently decided to try out macro landscape photography in the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona.
To do this, I rented a Sony 50mm f/2.8 macro lens. By the way, I highly recommend renting a lens and seriously testing it for a week before you buy one. Lens Rentals is the company I use. They don't pay me to say that, I have just had great experiences with them.
In this video, you'll be able to come along with me and I'll give you some thoughts and tips of what I know about macro photography, and some things I found!
THE GEAR I USE:
THE ONLY DRONE YOU'LL EVER NEED
MY DO-IT-ALL CAMERA
THE LENS I USE FOR ALL THE ZOOMS
MY FAVORITE LENS EVER
MY TRUSTY TRIPOD SIDEKICK
MY OVERNIGHT CAMERA BAG
THE DAY PACK I USE
THE MIC I USE FOR CRISPY AUDIO
MY COMPUTER (NOT A MAC)
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