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FlixelPix has published a new 38 page guide to depth-of-field. The ‘Shooting Shallow' ebook takes photographers through the concept of depth-of-field as well as addressing the application of 'shooting shallow'. Divided into three sections. Concepts, Camera and Practice, the ebook explains the concepts of depth of field and bokeh, teaches readers about the theory and application of DOF, and provides a number of tips and practical examples. The 'Shooting Shallow' ebook costs $5, but you can get a 20% discount by using the coupon code shooting at checkout. This offer is valid until 30 December 2013.
Flixelpix Press Release
Following on from the successful 'Long Exposure eBook' FlixelPix has published a new 38 page guide to depth-of-field. The ‘Shooting Shallow' ebook takes photographers through the concept of depth-of-field as well as addressing the application of 'shooting shallow'. The aim of the book is to equipment photographers with the skills to maximize their ability to create bokeh rich images but at the same time ensure your subject is as sharp as possible.
Mastering the ability to control the ‘out of focus’ areas and creates attractive bokeh puts you in control of your image and such techniques offer the opportunity for some creative photography techniques. Understanding depth of field can unlock a range of creative photography techniques and really enhance how you approach a subject.
The 'Shooting Shallow’ eBook is divided into three broad sections. Concepts, Camera and Practice.
The eBook chapters include:
- Explaining Bokeh
- What is Depth-of-Field
- The Variables (Distance / Aperture).
- Know your equipment
- Learn the Practice (The Theory and Application).
- Tips for Success
- Practical Examples
- Going forward
The 'Shooting Shallow' ebook costs just $5.