Are you struggling to come up with amazing macro photography ideas?
Do you need a bit of a creativity jumpstart?
That’s okay! Because in this article, I’ll give you 5 macro photography ideas – all geared toward getting you out of that creative rut.
Are you ready to start taking stunning macro photos again?
Then let’s get started.
1. Find lights in the background for amazing bokeh
One of the best ways to do creative macro photography…
…is to capture gorgeous bokeh.
(That is, a beautiful, smooth, creamy background.)
And here’s how you do that:
First, find a subject that you really like. A flower, an insect, or some plant life will all work well.
Choose a wide aperture (one in the f/2.8 to f/5.6 range).
Then zoom in, until you’ve isolated just your subject.