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When someone talks too fast or too loud they tend to dominate the conversation. In photography, dominance is usually a much more positive experience. Dominance leaves no room for doubt; it forces your viewer to look at a subject, usually because there is nothing else there to see.
Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.” Although it seems unlikely that Mr. Ford had much time to do anything with photography, truth is truth, and it crosses all boundaries. If you want to become a great photographer, not just a weekend warrior, your dominant thoughts need […]
In most cameras you now see several “automatic settings”. These include: the green rectangle, the small child’s head, the mountain with a cloud, the small runner, a flower, and a person with a star over one shoulder.
If we said that Depth of Field was the range of focus found in any given picture, we would be partially right. Just as a camera is the box that captures light; it is also much more than that. A camera is made up of many parts. Depth of Field also has many parts.
When you press your eye to the viewfinder of your camera, a blank canvas is placed before you. Similar to more traditional artists, you can paint a vertical shot or a horizontal shot. That’s your first decision in basic composition.