Fo­cus­ing dis­tance

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In the macro pho­tog­ra­phy world the term ‘min­i­mum fo­cus­ing dis­tance’ is thrown around quite a lot by the ex­perts, and for good rea­son. It’s the clos­est that your lens can get to a sub­ject to ac­cu­rately fo­cus, mea­sured from the front el­e­ment of the lens, and the closer you can get to your sub­ject, the big­ger it will ap­pear in the frame. Gen­er­ally speak­ing, the smaller the min­i­mum fo­cus­ing dis­tance, the bet­ter chance you have of achiev­ing frame-fill­ing shots of small sub­jects.

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