Compared to the normal camera mode, close-up shooting can capture more details and even give us small surprises that are not easily noticeable by the eyes. For example, the photo below shows that the normal angle of view is like this, the flower looks smaller:
If we continue to zoom in and shoot in super macro mode, we can see more details of the flower, even the small bug on the flower can be clearly seen.
The following pictures are also taken in super macro mode.
With super macro shooting, the stamens of the small yellow flowers on the roadside are clearly visible.
I think the ability to capture details in Super Macro is really great. How do you feel?
Finally, share some tips for super macro shooting.
1. Pay attention to the distance between the camera and the object during macro shooting (2.5cm<d<8cm). When the shooting distance is less than 2.5cm, it will exceed the camera's focusing ability range, resulting in inaccurate focus and blurred picture.
2. In a super macro scene, the object is too close, the slight movement of the object will cause a large displacement of the object in the picture, so try to shoot when the subject is at rest, and keep the phone steady as much as possible. The pictures taken in this way will be better.
3. If you have turned off the "Super Macro" prompt at the bottom when you shoot, you need to turn the camera off and then turn the camera back on to recognize and enter Super Macro mode. You can also zoom the screen to 0.6X and manually enter Super Macro mode.
I really like to take pictures in super macro mode. It's really great. Come and share with me the beautiful photos you took with super macro.