Haje does a lot of things, including CEO'ing at Triggertrap. He has crashed fewer motorbikes than you'd think, is a huge fan of agile product development and crowdfunding. He once set his face on fire whilst juggling, and loves leaving post-it notes in library books.

He freely admits that some of these things are more worth being proud of than others.

Macro Photography

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Macro, or close-up, photography is gaining popularity, and this book covers all of the challenges associated with taking great close-ups: depth of field, focus, and exposure. Copublished with Photoworkshop.com, a leading online educational resource for both beginning and professional photographers, this task-oriented reference allows readers to learn by doing and offers outstanding examples and instructions.

Fabric textures. A beetle’s wing. A hood ornament. Dew shimmering on a petal. With this essential book, you’ll learn to make magnificent photos of little things and small portions of bigger things. Discover what equipment you’ll need and how to achieve amazing effects with lighting and depth of field. Test your new-found skills by completing the assignments in each chapter and get feedback at pwsbooks.com. You’ll develop a new view of life’s small wonders.

  • Explore your camera’s functionality and optional lenses
  • Experiment with natural light, reflectors, and flash units
  • Recognize macro opportunities in everyday surroundings
  • Discover the fun of the “20-step challenge”
  • Fix common macro problems with digital editing and apply creative effects

Fancy having a thumb?

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Can't blame you, but then I'm biased, of course: I'm proud of all the books I've worked on. You'll probably be completely, deeply unsurprised to find out that copies of Macro Photography are available from all sorts of places.

Most big book shops worth their salt will have a copy or two on the shelves. If they don't it may be that they have a couple of books tucked away under the counter (Cheeky, but I guess they just want to keep them to themselves). Smaller book shops should be able to order you a copy - all you need is to give them the ISBN number (It's 978-0470118764), and they'll sort you right out.

If you're one of those high-tech types, you should be able to get a copy of the book from Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk - Enjoy!


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