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Tag Archives: simplifying backgrounds
Isolating the Subject in Photos – Insects
Posted on December 4, 2014 by donna213
It is very easy to do with selective focus. Shooting with a wide aperture and creating a shallow depth of field is an effective way to feature your subject and make the background into a soft, creamy blur. Positioning your subject a greater distance … Continue reading →
Posted in Butterflies, Insects, Macro photography, Nature | Tagged blurring the background in photos, isolating the photo subject, Macro photos of insects, making a pleasing background in photos, Photography, Photography tips, photos of butterflies, simplifying backgrounds, wildlife photography | 7 Comments
Analyzing the Backgrounds in Photos
Posted on December 2, 2014 by donna213
I wish I could make this post humorous and not at all technical, but unfortunately the title already tells you it might just be about the backgrounds in photos. Your subject may be clear-cut, but that is not always the whole … Continue reading →