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The Ultimate Guide to Depth of Field in Photography

Depth of field basically means how much of your picture, from foreground to background is sharp. So there you have it, see you next week, bye, byeeeeee….Oh, are you still here? That wasn’t enough? Ok, so depth of field depends on several things, all centering arount the f stop of your camera, one of a triumvirate of things that allow you to let light in, the other two of which are shutter speed and ISO.

Photo by Barbara Stitzer

Photo by Barbara Stitzer

Your fstop is how big the hole that lets the light in is. The smaller the number, the bigger the hole, so at f32, the hole is a tiny pinhole and at 1.2 it’s pretty gosh darned huge. . It lets you determine what in your picture is sharp and what isn’t…it draws focus to what you find important about the picture. Read more…

5 Useful Tools to Run Your Holiday Promotions for Christmas 2014

Christmas is around the corner. Holidays are a great opportunity to promote your photography brand as most people strive to capture those special moments with magic Xmas feeling running all through. So make a game plan, grab some tools, and go ahead to make the most out of this busy season.

Photo by Jeff Sheldon

Photo by Jeff Sheldon

In today’s list we collected 5 online marketing tools that will help you run your holiday promotion campaign this year. Read more…

Kristina Zvinakeviciute: Winnner of Defrozo Portrait Photography Contest 2014

About a week ago we posted the interview with the first winner of the Defrozo Photography Contest 2014. Today, we’re glad to introduce you to Kristina Zvinakeviciute, a photographer from Manchester, UK who won the Staff Pick Award in the photo contest held by Defrozo.

Photo by Kristina Zvinakeviciute

Photo by Kristina Zvinakeviciute

Learn more about Kristina and her unique approach to photography inspired by the Renaissance art in this interview.

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