Top Tips for Close-up Photography With the Atoll Art Lens.

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Up Close and Personal
Up Close and Personal
See the world like never before and try your hand at shooting some extreme close-up shots. Get outside and seek out the finest flora and fauna or if you're not brave enough to approach nature so intimately then stay home and have a go at shooting some of your favorite everyday items. Experiment with different subjects, backgrounds and lighting – just see where your imagination takes you!
The Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens
For a great companion for your close-up photography adventure, look no further than the all-new Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens. With an ultra-wide 103º field of view and super close-up capabilities the Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens M mount lets you focus at a 0.25 m distance away from your subject and the Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony E mounts lets you get even closer – up to a tiny 0.1 m focusing distance. Enjoy jaw-dropping detail with your analogue or digital camera and preorder now for estimated delivery in September 2021.
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Top Tips for Great Close-up Shots
Pick Your Subject
Pick Your Subject
The first thing to remember is to get close to your subject – then get even closer! Step outside and get close to nature or stay in and opt for shooting the details of your dinner. Get creative and be bold, the choice is yours.
Don't Forget About the Background
Don't Forget About the Background
Don't fixate on your subject. With close-up photography, your background can be just as interesting – especially if your subject isn't very attractive! Add more depth to your shots by playing around with contrasting colors and different locations.
Keep Your Camera Steady
Keep Your Camera Steady
When shooting close-up shots, every movement is amplified. Therefore, it's extremely important to use a tripod or any flat surface to keep the camera steady for the sharpest shots.
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We'd like to thank the following photographers for their photos: Adrian Bilek, Jatupatee, Lewis Williamson, Perry Carbonell & Sunny Liu
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