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Getting Blurred Christmas Light Pictures {Camera settings} Using Canon Rebel T3i/50 mm 1.8 lens Manual Mode Settings: ISO – 400, Aperture – f/1.8, Shutter Speed – 1/20

Bokeh Christmas Tree Lights

Camera settings to get the bokeh Christmas tree light look. Learn what camera to use and the manual settings to achieve the best bokeh look.

Water splash fast shutter speed, sole use of colour

Splash.

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Element: Space This picture uses space by creating a three-dimensional depth with the row of bottles.

Element: Space This picture uses space by creating a three-dimensional depth with the row of bottles.

Bokeh effect how to - 1) low f-stop, 2) shutter speed faster than 1/50, 3) if too dark increase ISO number (not aperture), 4) zoom in to the max

How To: 7 Quick Tips To Create Bokeh With Digital Camera

Producing nice bokeh involves creating a shallow depth of field. Here are some tips to get you started with bokeh photography.

Depth of Field Photography!

3 Short Depth of Field and 3 Long Depth of Field

Very Shallow Depth of Field, high aperture, the photographer was very close to this image Short Depth of field, photographer was close to photo, high aperture Also a closeup with high aperture to show shallow depth of field Great depth of field, also has rule of thirds and possibly lines. The photographer was very far away from the furthest point back Great Depth of field, has a really good curve and center of attention. low aperture low aperture, high depth of field, also shows great lines

PANNING  Rush Hour Rush by Dreycat    A woman rushes to get to work during Tokyo morning rush hour.    Tip. The key to getting a shot like this is to use panning, where the camera is set to a low shutter speed and you track the movement of the person with your camera. You’ll often need a few attempts to get a good shot

Travel Photography Inspiration Project: Japan

Not only will this be one of the longest Travel Photography Inspiration Project posts to date, it is one I am very excited to put together. All of the participants not only delivered high quality images, but they all also held true to my request to provide you, fellow DPS readers, with helpful tips, either […]

Nipuna's Galaxy: July 2011

Nipuna's Galaxy

The terms of "Photography" and "The light" are bonded together.. we can not talk about photography without the word &quo...

plasmatics-life:  A double sunset to end ~ By Edwardkb

Low light: lower f number eg f1.8 (wider aperture), higher ISO (800 or more), use burst mode (lots of quick shots) to reduce hand shake in last pics (shutter 1/30 is slowest without blur)

Low Light Photography - 6 tips you should know | IFB

Shooting low light photography can be an additional challenge when you're trying to get just the right shot. Here are our six tips to help you.

The background is out of focus in the shot, the

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How to get blurry backgrounds with a point-and-shoot—Despite being at a disadvantage, your compact camera can be used to make your subject pop from its surroundings or give you shallow depth of field.

How to get blurry backgrounds with a point-and-shoot

Despite being at a disadvantage, your compact camera can be used to make your subject pop from its surroundings or give you shallow depth of field.

shallow depth of field - Google Search

shallow depth of field

shallow depth of field - Google Search

Low Aperture shoot Shallow depth of field.  Photos taken at Nymans National Trust gardens

Low Aperture shoot

Shallow depth of field. Photos taken at Nymans National Trust gardens