Macro photography refers to a style of photography where the subject is close-up (usually of small objects). Since many of you have standard lenses (or prime lenses), you must move close to your subject in order to zoom in. You will want to frame your subject and create an interesting composition. Think about how you can make ordinary objects look extraordinary. Some of your images may turn out to be abstract.
Artists to consider: Aaron Siskind, Weston, Man Ray
You must photograph a roll (24 exposures) of “close-up” and/or abstract objects. You are responsible for making something appear unique and interesting. You are also responsible for creating the “perfect print”. Think about shapes, black and white tones, line, texture, light, and shadow.