Tip on Selective Focus… One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wide aperture so that the eyes and part of the face are in focus, while the rest goes out of focus. More at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151350130832045=a.243402462044.146726.176693602044=1
@Tiffany Massengale this will help you see what I was teaching you the other day. Study it and you can learn when to use small and wide apertures. remember the lower the number the wider that aperture.
Taking portraits at wide apertures and consistently nailing focus is is not an easy task. In fact, it’s a skill that must be practiced in order to master it. However, an aspect not often discussed in regards to capturing sharp images has nothing to do with the lens used or the f-stop. Here is the ultimate guide to capturing tack sharp images at wide apertures.
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