Selective Focus

Selective Focus

Fashion photographs, demonstrating varied depth of fields.

 

Selective focus is a technique that in combination with the composition of a photograph can be used to create a more dynamic and interesting image. Selective focus involves having the camera lens focused on a specific item with either the foreground or background blurred. This effect can give a sense of drama or romance as well as foreboding. The following images are examples of selective focus.

 

 

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 [ONLINE]. Available at: http://photovide.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Fashion-Photography-064.jpg [Accessed 01 November 13].

http://webneel.com/daily/sites/default/files/images/project/fashion-photography-joanna-kustra%20(1).jpg

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[ONLINE]. Available at: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-ooXh1DvdaL4/Ti7NOdbXXbI/AAAAAAAANUU/IqZRm9pNkT4/s800/by%252520LUKASZ%252520WIERZBOWSKI%25252C.jpg[Accessed 01 November 13].