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aperture

Tutorial: How to create a blurry background

27 October 2011
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A blurry background, also known as shallow depth of field, is desirable in photography because it helps to separate the foreground from the background. This article explains how you can achieve this.

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Understanding the Function Dial on your Camera

21 October 2011
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The function wheel on top of the camera has a selection of presets for a variety of photographic situations. Here’s a description of a selection of these presets on a Canon dSLR, and how to use them.

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Lifestyle Still Life of Flowers

9 June 2011
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Still life using natural light and a macro lens.

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Reader Question: Getting Started with Photography

5 May 2011
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On 23 April 2011, I photographed Jean, my brother-in-law’s wedding to Lauren in the picturesque Natal Midlands. Not only was this a great honour, but it was also the first time I got to meet my new sister-in-law’s family, who are a bunch of like-minded people in more ways than one!

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The Subjektiv Lens Set

17 December 2010
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The Subjektiv lens is perfect for achieving lomography results with your DSLR camera.

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