Photography Tutorial – How to get a vivid image using colour and composition
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Photography Tutorial – How to get a vivid image using colour and composition

October 18, 2019


Do you mind if we take a picture of you? thanks guys, yeah that’s alright if you bend the boat you’ll be fine, look at that, absolutely amazing. do you want to have a look? it’s so hard to see with this light, yep. the clouds are beautiful, yeah. we’ve got that lovely, what you’ve got is two opposite colours, yes, blue and yellow blue is negative and yellow is opposite if you stick the two together in a picture, it works, yeah. if got to keep the ropes in focus and keep the lines running, and get a good depth of field, so you’re on F twenty two and at one hundred and twenty five, yeah and focus the third in, roughly, yeah. Try taking the photo lying down. and get your ropes really strong in the picture, great that was great.

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  1. Depth of focus extends 1/3rd of the distance in front and 2/3rds the distance behind the point where you focus the camera. So it's a choice you have to make when considering what you want to have in focus in your picture.

    The smaller the aperture the greater the depth of field you'll be able to achieve.

    Good luck…

    Mike

  2. Cheers Mike.
    That was very helpfull.
    However,is there a method to actually measure this accurately?
    Sorry to bother you 🙂

  3. If you mean as in a depth of field meter or something I don't believe there is. It's just a general rule. To be honest I mostly work on half in front, half behind unless doing very close up macro stuff.

  4. If you mean as in a depth of field meter or something I don't believe there is. It's just a general rule. To be honest I mostly work on half in front, half behind unless doing very close up macro stuff.

  5. youre such a good photographer , youve really helped me a lot so thanks and youve given me some really intresting ideas and tips so THANKS!

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