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Want Blurred Backgrounds in Your Photos: Try These Four Tips

Learn how to get your blurred backgrounds for your photos the quick and easy way.

An example of how subject distance from background can affect background blur

The Secret Photography Ingredients to Getting Blurred Backgrounds

Learn how to get your blurred backgrounds for your photos the quick and easy way.

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Camera Tips: How to Make the Most of the Kit Lens

I hear a lot of photographers who have been shooting for many years give flack to the kit lens. And I can understand why – with an arsenal of high end, thousand dollar lenses, why would you shoot with the kit lens? I haven’t touched mine in months, personally – but I remember a time…

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Warning: Shallow Depth of Field May Be Ruining Your Photos

Don’t let trends convince you that you always need to use a shallow depth of field. Sometimes you will get better results being more conservative.

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Depth of Field: A Visual Lesson

If you have a hard time understanding what aperture and depth of field is, this visual lesson will help you “get it” for good.

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Back to Basics Photography: How F-Stop Impacts Exposure

Learn how f-stop impacts your exposure, in addition to your depth of field. And see which is more important.

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Back to Basics Photography: In depth Look at F-Stop, Aperture and Depth of Field

Learn to control your depth of field by understanding f-stop and aperture.

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Want Guaranteed Perfect Focus In Every Photo? Learn To Use Selective Focus

Do You Want Guaranteed Perfect Focus In Every Photo? Learn To Use Selective Focus Focus and exposure are the two most important elements in photography. Exposure is discussed a lot, but with technological advances, and the creation of auto focus mode, many people have gone to trusting the camera to do the focusing for you.…

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How to Get Both Eyes in Focus when Shooting Wide Open

This week I have been asked this same question 4 times, so I thought I would do a post to answer it for all my readers: “How do you get your eyes tack sharp and in focus when shooting WIDE OPEN? Is it in camera or your eye doctor action?” In the past few years…

great article on DOF – with calculator

great article on DOF – with calculator

MCP Actions Website | MCP Flickr Group | MCP Reviews MCP Actions Quick Purchase Here is a link to a fun site – you punch in your info and you can learn about the Depth of Field you will have. Have fun playing!!! DOF Calculator

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