Use the Diopter Function On Your Camera To Make The Focus Lenses Closer
Close-up filter is a single lens element that looks like a magnifying glasses magnifier on your camera. The filters are at the forefront of the element and provide an easier alternative to running the function of a macro lens called Pukka. The lens comes with various types of advantages contained in the diopter. The close-up filter can be set to + 1 + 2 or +4 with diopter magnification. Diopter is also available in the Cokin Style Square filter system. Use the diopter function on your Dslr or mirrorless camera, for real close-up shots.
Use Aperture to Control Depth of Field
To get the most appropriate depth of field, use a smaller aperture around f / 16 or f / 22. You will get half the size of the depth of field you can achieve when using the f / 22 aperture, which is about 15mm in size is best. The other best way you can use for sharper photos is by using full aperture around f / 2.8 or f / 4. One advantage of the latter option is that everything that does not focus in the image will look like bubbles of circles that look amazing.
Combine Flash Light with Ambient Light
With your increasingly diverse subjects, it will be a lot of fun if you add a combination of lights other than flash, to make your photo more alive. For example, you can take a snapshot of two foliage, then you can see the two images get natural light. But, at the bottom of the picture is only given camera flash and shutter speed only functioned on one picture only, so that the background of the other image becomes darker.