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Gary Sanders

Shallow depth of field

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A photograph with a shallow depth of field helps to bring the main subject into focus by contrasting its sharpness and clarity with the blur of the background. This is a popular technique for portrait photographers, but can be used in just about any other genre and setting, too. Do some research before you pick up your camera, this can be a tricky skill to master. Have fun and good luck!

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6 November 2017

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