Wide apertures, moderately long focal lengths and are usually beautifully sharp – Why everyone needs a Macro Lens, by Peter McKinnon

Today we once again join Mr Peter McKinnon as he explains the beauty of owning a Macro Lens. See, as Peter rightly states, a macro lens is far more than simply shooting your typical macro photography. Sure, it represents the opportunity to show the beauty of the tiny world of insects and flowers, where the smallest details can become a surreal landscape. But while macro lenses may have the word “macro” in them, they tend to have moderately wide apertures, moderately long focal lengths and are spectacularly sharp – meaning they can be used for so much more. Let’s take a look as Peter explains…

As always you can keep up with more Peter via his YouTube channel, be sure to click the subscribe button while you’re there. You can also follow him on TwitterInstagram or the Website. Go!

We have a wide range of Macro Lens options available on Orms Direct, check it out.

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