Eye Contact in Photography

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  Eye contact is a tool that helps a photo to tell a story and makes it more attractive for viewers. You may create an eye contact at least by one of the following ways: a direct eye contact between subject and viewer, or an eye contact between visible subjects in a photo, or an … Continue reading Eye Contact in Photography

Using Aperture

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– What does f-stop or aperture number do? – It determines the depth of sharpness area of the image, or depth of field! Shallow or wide strips of sharpness are obtained by using different f-stops. Shallow depth of field (using smaller f-stop numbers) means that the area of sharpness is very small and all other objects including nearer or farther objects … Continue reading Using Aperture