How to do macro photography on a budget

At the April 3rd meeting of Cayuga Nature Photographers, Mark Malkin will show us how to do macro photography without a macro lens.  Spring brings a blossoming of macro subjects, but macro lenses can also bring a relatively large price tag.  So, Mark’s demonstration will focus on the use of close-up filters, extension tubes, and reversal rings as inexpensive ways to get into macro photography.  Bring your camera and tripod so you can try out some new toys and techniques!  We have Nikon gear lined up, and we are looking for Canon gear.  Spring is a great time to explore macro subjects. This will be a great way to prepare for spring. We will meet in room 404 of the  Cornell Plant Sciences Building at 7:30 pm. All levels of photo skill are welcome.Bee on flower

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