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How To Keep Your Model In Focus At Wide Apertures Under Continuous Light

Exploring Photography—AdoramaTV

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Wallace, August 22, 2012

Adorama Photography TV presents Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace. In this episode, Mark tackles the problem of trying to get shallow depth of field with studio strobes.

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TAGS: adorama,  canon,  camera,  strobe,  lighting,  studio,  photographer,  depth of field,  photographs,  photography tips,  lighting technique,  photography tip,  depth,  Adorama TV,  Profoto 

Jazz Up Your Landscape Photography By Adding Interest In The Immediate Foreground

You Keep Shooting—AdoramaTV

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Bryan Peterson, August 21, 2012

AdoramaTV Presents You Keep Shooting with Bryan Peterson. Join Bryan in the town of Banon, Provence, France as he explains the difference between a wide-angle snapshot and a photo that involves an interesting foreground.

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TAGS: adorama,  photographer,  depth of field,  photographs,  photographic,  outdoors,  outdoor lighting,  photography tips,  outdoor photography,  photo technique,  photography tip,  foreground,  photo tips,  depth,  Adorama TV,  outdoor 

Lighting a Wine Cellar with a FirstStudio Kit

A Web Photo School production

ArticleLighting and Studio Gear Gear Guides & Reviews - by Adorama Learning Center Editors, October 6, 2011

Ben Clay uses a classic approach and simple lighting kit to add depth and interest to the wine cellar of a historic hotel. His technique of working with the ambient light of the room, and adding contrast where needed, can be used by realtors, architects, builders and architecture photographers.

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TAGS: digital camera,  Olympus,  strobe,  lighting,  digital SLR,  off-camera light,  depth of field,  lenses,  lighting technique,  Digital photography,  depth,  strobist,  strobism,  Olympus E-5 

Simulating Shallow Depth of Field and Sharpening

How to use Adobe Photoshop's High Pass for selective focus

ArticleDigital Darkroom, Post-Processing & Printing Techniques and How-Tos - by Diane Miller, January 19, 2009

A rose I had planted recently bloomed for the first time and I was struck by the beauty of one of the buds. I wanted to shoot a shallow depth of field image with only the center of the bud sharp.

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TAGS: photoshop,  adobe,  sharp,  adjustment,  selective focus,  depth,  high pass 

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