Photo Challenge

Focus

I am no photography expert, but since the dawn of auto-focusing on smartphone cameras, I have always been so fond of this little trick that allows you to take pictures with what real photographers call “shallow depth of field.”

Shallow depth of field is a shooting technique or effect (I’m not sure here, I told you I’m not an expert πŸ˜…) that allows you to focus the lens of your camera on a certain object,Β usually the one in the center, and throw the rest of the image into a blur.

Luckily, with the incessant innovations on mobile devices this feature has been made available on a lot of smartphones; iPhone at Oppo are a few that I know that has this feature.

So, here are some of my takes from the little, but priceless trips I have had within the city and out of town:

IMG_2738A wild flower from Calaguas Island
IMG_2959Peculiarly feathery (Calaguas Island)
IMG_3140Grassy field
IMG_3328Day break in the city
IMG_3531Dainty purple flowers (Tagaytay)

πŸ™‚Β πŸ“Έ

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8 thoughts on “Focus”

  1. Your photos look pretty. Keep practicing, if you are interested in photography, and you will get better with practice. They say your first thousand photos are complete crap, and that is if you are paying attention to what you shoot.

    Check me out on Instagram @tina.mch or Facebook on Tina.Huynh.Photography

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