How To: Turn a Pringles Can into a Macro Photography Tube.

by Chris Gardner

How To: Turn a Pringles Can into a Macro Photography Tube.

This is the kind of stuff the internet is good for: Photocritic.org offers an absolutely incredible how-to for creating a macro photo lens out of a Pringles can. Not a focusing tube, not a light restricting snoot, but an actual lens for brilliant close-up photography. I guess the lack of lens makes the depth of field a sweet-spot/luck of the draw deal. Get it where it's best, and it's amazing. Via.

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How To Make a Macro Photography Focusing Rail.

by Chris Gardner
More and more digital point-and-shoot cameras are coming with digital macro features, and close-up lenses for digital SLR cameras have become plenty affordable. When working with such a process, the distance between the lense and the object is essential for proper focus and clarity. Photographer Ken Stewart states, "I found myself wanting a macro focusing rail so I could smoothly and precisely vary the distance between my camera and the subject...

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