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Today I share how I photographed a Santa doll with my macro lens focusing on still life.

It’s a short video sharing the beginning of the shoot to the post-processing ideas.

You can photograph macro still life photography from your home and have a blast playing with lighting and other controlled compositions.

Now, I show you how I photographed this Santa Doll but you can take whatever you have in your home and create beautiful images from them.

Once your done photographing have some fun in post-production.

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This is how I push myself to make my own creations and I know it will help you too.

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