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Background
Macro photography is the practice of taking extreme close-up images, usually of a subject that fills the entire frame. It’s often very nature-centric (bugs, flowers, water droplets, etc.) but can also be an asset in product photography. If you do not have a macro lens, try zooming to as close to your subject as you can without blurring your image.

Links for Macro/Close-up images

https://skylum.com/blog/10-tips-for-using-closeup-photography-in-your-macro-shots

https://contrastly.com/how-to-take-great-close-up-photos/
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