There are lots things to see in this world around us. This doesn’t mean we have to see it all in a picture. The larger the aperture the shallower the depth of field. When I say depth of field I am talking about the amount of the image that is in focus. When you have only a small portion of the image in focus it helps emphasize what you want your audience to concentrate on. This image i took last spring in a field close to my house. What do you guys think about it? Comment and let me know!
Photographic Insight. This is my first post of many about my thoughts and perspectives in the world of photography. So to get this ball rolling i would like to tell you a little about myself.
I am a 22-year-old student at West Liberty University majoring in Digital Media and Design. I have had quite a bit of experience in the world of capturing images whether it be from the four years working as a cameraman in the collegiate sports world or from my photography classes that are required for my major. I would like to think I know my way around a camera and making an image.
So with no further delay, I would like to welcome you to my Photographic Insight.