Selasa, 18 November 2014

The importance of depth, background color and storytelling

We as photographers often make the final call, choose the life of an image according to their own 

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perception, imagination and experience. As much as we have to be open to constructive criticism, I've always thought that our own satisfaction of a photo must come first. My criticism is always the deciding factor in which I take my work in the future. While the creative juices affect what I do behind the camera, knowing that to give the technical side of photography, every idea is very important. You can bring the narrative ability to a whole new level. Be able to analyze each shot before you take the time will become second nature photography. I hope these steps will help you get there a little faster.
Mastering the depth of the story and be able, they must be translated into a visual perspective is very important, so it definitely helps to have a solid understanding of how the depth of field to your images and the story you are working, influence. Whether it is. Around a portrait or landscape shot, should the right amount of bokeh able to transport the viewer into its history You can choose a longer lens with a large aperture (small depth of sharpness) to an element in an image that the viewer could focus, or use a small aperture (large depth of field) to represent the melting pot of action localize with many elements to the history.
History of photography is a very large support information. Selection of an appropriate background will make your post-processing work a whole lot easier. Who wants to sit and spend happy hours editing unnecessary distractions in the background? Instead of working for a coherent story, with your environment. Background can work hand in hand with the opening goal of saving or ruining your image as a carrier of information and narrator. Therefore able to use the depth of field with the background efficiently, is an art in itself. Ask these simple questions: Is the relevant background of the story that I want to portray? There are no additional elements in the background that I modify or delete? Should I build my chance again, so nothing seems out of place?
Here are some simple things you can do with the background that will help immediately to get better results when shooting portraits:
Find a different background, which is less crowded, more or less colorful (see later in color), etc.
Learn how to cut on the back of the camera to prevent irrelevant content. Move your subject or at a slightly different angle or a different position.
To get the best bokeh, you should give a lot of space between the subject and background. With a good lens Nikon 50mm f/1.8G fast as the (50mm f/1.8G see our Review Nikon) or a fixed portrait lens Nikon 85mm f/1.8G as new will certainly help get good bokeh.
Do not be afraid to take your order does not, but be careful distortion. Wide-angle lenses with short focal length and are known to be very distorting images. If your intention is the person face to make eye out of proportion, you use more lenses for better compression. That's why telephoto lenses are ideal for portrait.
Pay attention to the lines and curves into the background, that the composition and the overall impression of the image could be improved.
When vertical lines in the background, put your subjects so that the lines do not directly behind the head of the subject. A great image could be ruined by growing things from a person's head.
The color and sound are just some of the major airlines mood and character in an image - which can be both annoying and surprising. Although the sound may be more of a problem of post-processing, the color is not in any case. You should still be able to color a picture to see, regardless of whether you later or not want it to change. As a background color can make your recording contiguous looking for, or all over the place. Thumbnail topics in front of a background with a lot of different blues, red and green can not be a good idea. If you want to rest your eyes on a point on the object, select a fund with a less obtrusive color palette.