Thank you so much to those of you that joined in with the Macro Photography Project in June. It’s hard to believe we’ve in July already!
After kicking off the series with a post on the beginners guide to macro photography, this time we’re focusing on how to take better macro photographs. With everyone using different methods and having different preferences, feel free to share what’s working for you. And indeed if there are areas you’d like to learn more about. Hopefully as we go along we can teach each other a thing or two.
How to join in
To join in with the Macro Photography Project, just link up a short post or an Instagram photo with your close-up photograph/s. Unlike #alphabetphoto and #bwphotoproject which are weekly, this is a monthly photography project. The Linky is up at the beginning of each month and will remain open until the end so you can join in whenever you fancy.
You can join in any time on Instagram using the hashtag #macrophotoproject.
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Feel free to grab the #macrophotoproject badge.
PODcast now has over 3,000 followers on Pinterest. If you’re looking for macro inspiration, do check out the Macro Photography board. The photographs are simply incredible!