At the heart of any starburst effect is a small, bright source of light which is surrounded by a relatively dark area. To make one for yourself dial a small aperture opening. This is crucial.
You are shooting backlit when the primary source of your light is directly facing the camera. This creates a great atmosphere for shooting some stunning dramatic images
We all lust after the coveted “Full Frame” look but in reality, the physics tells us that there is nothing so very special about a larger sensor. APS-C or MFT bodies even have some advantages.
Lens fungus is a huge menace. However, it is extremely easy to avoid in the first place. Moisture and fungal spores are what causes lens fungus. To prevent it all you have to do is cut off the factors from assembling at the same place at the same time.
Macro or Closeup filters are the cheapest way to shoot macro images. You could easily attach a filter onto any lens you already own and start shooting macro images.
Reverse Lens is a technique where a normal non-macro lens is attached to the camera reversed to effectively turn it into a macro lens. This works with nearly any camera lens combo and produces excellent results.