shallow depth of field

Photographer’s toolkit: Depth of Field

The term depth of field refers to how much of the photograph is in focus. With a deep depth of field both the background and foreground are in focus. Like the example below. With a shallow depth of field typically only the foreground is in focus while the background is blurry.
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Portrait Photography

Portrait photography can be spectacular. There are a few things to learn before taking portrait photos. These will help you understand the basics of what makes a good portrait. The good thing is that you don’t need a big studio or special equipment to take stunning portrait
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Red-Eye Effect

Red-eye is an incident that happens only when taking photos using a flash. When taking pictures in day light or when in high ambient light situations people’s eyes will look normal. When taking pictures in low ambient light scenarios using a flash will often result in the dreaded
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Photographic Filters

Photographic filters are attachments that will allow certain kinds of light to be able to pass through, and reduce or even block out other unwanted kinds of light. Basically the term filter really means anything that changes the incoming light in some way. Common filters include:
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Quick Tips for Taking Better Pictures

Many people look at  a camera as just a tool to take a quick snapshot of someone smiling. Chances are if your reading this you’re not one of those people. You recognize the ability a camera has. You recognize the art form in photography. Taking photographs is not just a
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