When taking a portrait, sometimes we can’t choose our backgrounds, but we can choose how much we notice them.
Tag Archives: Shallow Depth of Field
Since I love shallow depth of field so much, I thought I’d put my own Friday Photo Tip exercise from last week on wide apertures into practice for myself. Last Saturday I had a lovely outing at an historic stone manor in Maryland, built in the 1700’s. We have a friend, Howard, who is renting […]
For this weeks photo tip, I’ll suggest one of my favorites: shallow depth of field. Using a shallow depth of field or wide aperture can radically change the look and focus of an image. It not only helps eliminate distracting or unnecessary elements to a composition, but it also creates a dreamy feel to […]