Universal Bellows

Universal Bellows

In macro photography, you can create a whole world where the tiny becomes majestic. The NOVOFLEX Universal Bellows without Adapters for Medium Format helps you become part of that world by getting you up close and personal. Use the bellows to move your lens and change your focus, getting exactly the view you want.

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Close-up Lenses

Close-up Lenses

For over 50 years, Heliopan has been manufacturing high-quality German filters and accessories. Its Close-up Lenses will help you extend your focusing distance to whatever is up close, making it easy to shoot even the smallest of subjects.

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LITEMASTER PRO

5-in-1 Light Multi Collapsible Reflector

Control your lighting even for your macro photography projects with the Phottix 5-in-1 Light Multi Collapsible Reflector. At 22 inches, it’s ideal for close-ups, and it comes in five colors: gold, silver, white, black, and translucent. Use it indoors and outdoors, and transport it easily with the included carrying bag.

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Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash

Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash

Selecting the right flash unit is crucial in macro photography, where every detail counts. The Phottix Mitros+ TTL Transceiver Flash combines the Odin Transmitter, the Odin Receiver, and the Strato Receiver into one hot shoe flash, handy when illuminating subjects within a zoom range of 24 to 105mm. Maintain control over all your angles with the flash head, which can rotate 180° in any direction and tilt from -7° to +90°, and preview your shot with the modeling flash setting.

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LITEMASTER Pro

LITEMASTER Pro

For flexible light readings, choose the Sekonic LITEMASTER Pro, the world’s first touch-screen-operated light meter. Its reflected readings capture at a light receiving angle slightly wider than the viewing field of a normal lens, and it’s great for flat artwork or measuring contrast and/or exposure ratios – perfect for capturing those tiny minutiae in your macro photograph.

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7’ Mini Click Light Stand

When you need your flash or reflector positioned above or around your subject, the Kupo 7’ Mini Click Light Stand is a great solution. Its interlocking mechanism makes it easy to take on location, and an air cushion prevents it from falling when the locking knob isn’t tightened. At 7 feet, it’s the perfect height for macro photography.

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Roadtrip Travel Tripod Kit

Roadtrip Travel Tripod Kit

In macro photography, you often need long focal lengths for that “zoomed-in” look of a close-up image. For longer focal length shots you need stability for longer shutter speeds. The MeFOTO Roadtrip Travel Tripod Kit is a compact travel tripod that also folds out into a full-size monopod without any tools. It’s great for macro photography, since it works well with a DSLR with a zoom lens. And, its sleek design is available in colors, so it won’t just be your photos that look great!

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Messenger Bags

Messenger Bags

You can take macro photographs anywhere, and now you can go anywhere, too, with a variety of Tenba Messenger Bags. Pick a bag that accommodates all your equipment, from camera to accessories to mobile devices and even your laptop, and protects them from any type of weather.

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M Series of rotary cutters

M Series of rotary cutters

Your subjects might be small, but your prints can be any size. Fortunately, the Rotatrim Professional M Series of rotary cutters comes in a variety of sizes, so you can choose equipment based on your own creative vision – rather than fitting your vision to your equipment.

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Tabletop

Tabletop photography is the bread and butter of the commercial photographer. Understanding this genre of photography requires a lot of creativity and skill, drawing from macro, food, and still life techniques to create images that pull the viewer into the scene. Let’s get started with a basic setup. .

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Studio Portraits

You can take great studio portraits with a variety of lighting equipment.

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location portraits

Location photography has you on the move, so you need the smallest and lightest equipment available. Hanging on the side of a mountain requires long lasting battery packs as well! Let’s pack up and head out to capture the world, as it’s happening, with equipment that travels and sets up quickly.

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Food

Making good food photographs is a delicious experiment that requires a good recipe. And like any good recipe, your personal tweaks can make the dish all the more special. Here are some ideas for setting up a food photography studio. Let’s get in that kitchen and get to work making beautiful photos!

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