Your job is to get up close & personal with your subject matter and produce an image that depicts something you don’t usually notice with the naked eye. You don’t need a fancy DSLR to take great macros, in fact many compact cameras excel at close up work (just look for the macro mode button). Even phones can take incredibly detailed close-ups, with the aid of cheap adapters like these…
Below are some pic’s from the web to help inspire you, just tag your photos with #TedsMacro and you could win a Nikon D3300 Macro kit, valued at $900!
Boon Hong Seto
Paolo GennariPatterns Photo Comp"
Ted's Macro competition ends on 03/04/2016