MacroMACROProducing photographs that render extreme close-ups of extremely small subjects like insects, hence its popularity among nature photographers. It requires using a macro lens with a large reproduction (magnification) ratio of at least 1:1, which renders a subject larger than life size. Macro lenses are capable of focussing at extremely short distances (some as little as a few centimetres), allowing the photographer to get very close to the subject. lenses reproduce small subjects larger than life, ideal for capturing small insects as they bustle at dusk, or even textures and patterns with an artsy flair. Macro lenses magnify small objects allowing a more breathable “working distance” between you and your subject. This makes for a more natural scene free of a photographer's imposing presence. Browse our online store for top-quality Canon, Nikon and Tamron zoom lensZOOM LENSAllows a camera to, unlike a fixed-focal length or prime lens, change smoothly from a long shot to a close-up or vice versa by varying the focal length. A true zoom lens, also called a parfocal lens, is one that maintains focus when its focal length changes. Due to more moving parts, zoom lenses often produce images of slightly lesser quality than their prime lens counterparts. However due to the inherent flexibility of being able to vary the focal length, they are extremely popular for photography where composition needs to be adapted quickly - such as at weddings, for example.es perfect for macro photography enthusiasts.