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What is macro focusing?
Last Updated: 27th May, 2020
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Thereof, what makes a macro lens?
A macro lens is a camera lens designed forphotographing small subjects at very close distances. They canfocus much nearer than normal lenses, allowing you to fill theframe with your subject and capture more detail.
Additionally, what is macro art? Macro photography (or photomacrography ormacrography, and sometimes macrophotography), is extreme close-upphotography, usually of very small subjects and living organismslike insects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph isgreater than life size (though macrophotography technically refersto the art
Then, what the difference between a macro lens and normal?
The only difference between a macro lens and a"regular" lens is the minimum focus distance. Macrolenses typically focus MUCH closer, but can still do everythingelse perfectly (i.e. they focus at infinity too).
What is the purpose of a macro?
A macro is an automated input sequence thatimitates keystrokes or mouse actions. A macro is typicallyused to replace a repetitive series of keyboard and mouse actionsand are common in spreadsheet and word processing applications likeMS Excel and MS Word.