суббота, 21 декабря 2013 г.

Ways to avoid unattractive backgrounds

Change your aperture
You can blur out ugly backgrounds in your photographs by selecting a wide aperture (low f-number). This will create a shallow depth of field and blur out anything you do not want your camera to focus on.
Change your aperture

Find a new location
When choosing a location for your photo shoots, look for places with attractive, natural backdrops such as a pretty garden or field, or try to find a colourful and textured wall to place your subject in front of.

Find a new location


Create a backdrop
Try standing a plain piece of paper, card or wallpaper behind your subject to create a new background. Use a coloured backdrop that complements your subject and make sure there aren't any distracting joins or creases.

Create a backdrop


Change your position
If your current backdrop is unappealing, sometimes simply changing your position or shooting angle can help you find a new one. For example, you can get down low to use the sky as your background.
Change your position

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