The infographic follows the step by step rules of macro photography beginning from lens focal length & depth to aperture settings. As it wraps up the lesson on macro photography it suggests alternative ways of shooting macro without a proper macro lens.
If you are interested in macro, then you'll need a macro lens. This post explains what to look for, what options are out there, and cheaper options for macro such as stacking filters and reversing rings which you can use with your existing lenses!
If you read my site, I’m sure you know how much I love macro photography. It can be one of the more challenging types of photography to succeed at. Here’s some basic techniques and the tools required to get started. The best part is, you don’t even have to buy an expensive macro lens to take great macro shots.