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Photograph the face

Macro images of insects and tiny animals reveal details you don’t normally see, as shown in this extreme close-up of a bee. Shallow depth of field is common with macro shots, so you really want to be careful about what part of your image is in focus. For animals, it’s best to include their faces (especially the eyes) as part of the focal plane.

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