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Macro photography involves photographing small objects at extreme close-ups, such as a flowers or in food photography. This enables the objects to look larger than life with greater details. While we're all in lockdown, try exploring your backyard or kitchen with a macro lens and capture the smallest details with pin-sharp precision.Learn more about macro photography
Deliver the most stunning landscape images. To capture those boundless canyons and soaring mountains, you'll need to use a wide angle lens.Learn more about landscape photography
Great portrait photography always stands out against a blurred background. For this, the lens needs a lower aperture creating a small depth of field. Now is the perfect time to play around with the natural light in your house and snap up some stunning portraits of your family or furry friends.Learn more about portrait photography
Keep your distance while zooming in on all the action with a telephoto lens. Wildlife and sports photography often involves fast moving subjects and requires you to photograph from afar. The main thing to consider here is the focal length of your lens.Learn more about wildlife photography
Capturing those fleeting yet critical moments in everyday life requires some quick thinking and confidence to get up close to your subject.Learn more about street photography
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