Coursework, Part 2

Exercise 2.6

Use a combination of wide apertures, long focal lengths and close viewpoints to take a number of photographs with shallow depth of field. 

in a photograph, areas of soft focus can form a large part of the image surface so they need to be handled with just as much care as the main subject.

All the photographs are shooted with shallow depth of field, the background is being blured and the foreground is clear. But is very important the background because it gives sense to the foreground, it is a clear relationship between them

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