Close-up photography is a great way to get creative with what you've got at home. Whether it's wrinkles in the palms of a new baby's hands, intricate details on the leaves or petals of house plants or soap bubbles in your kitchen sink, discovering the small things you might have overlooked can bring you joy, inspiration and endless new perspectives to photograph.
The fun of close-up or macro photography has no limits - you can find excellent subjects in every room of your house. No matter what kind of camera you have at home, you can get up close and explore the fascinating details. A standard zoom (or kit) lens, or even a compact camera, can deliver beautiful images. Here, six photographers share some of the small but captivating things they've photographed at home, and reveal what inspired them to take a closer look.