This is the first of my work on depth of view/depth of field after my first two photography classes. The idea is that the closest flower is in complete focus and the shallow depth of field leaves the other flowers out of focus/blurred in the background.
And I've gone for the same effect when photographing my eldest, here. He appears so much closer than the sofa he is sitting on, and the rest of the background.
And my final effort with roses from the garden.
I am using this course and the grasp of basic techniques to look at how I might develop my style and how I might make the most of the marketing photos I will use when I open my estate agency. I'm off into town tomorrow, so I'll look at using some more of this week's techniques there.
Don't forget that all of these have been taken with the Canon EOS 1200D DSLR camera.
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