A Guide for Using Shallow Depths in Landscape Photography
- By: Nate Kay
One of our writers, Christopher O’Donnell, has released his first ebook titled The Art of Bokeh: A Guide to Using Shallow Depths in Landscape Photography. It’s a resource written to get landscape photographers to think outside of the standard thinking and widen their aperture to see all perspectives of the environment through their lens. Christopher takes some uniquely amazing landscape photographs and it’s great to see him share a bit more in depth his knowledge to benefit other photographers of all levels who are looking to develop and expand their technique.
What’s inside The Art of Bokeh:
- Defining bokeh – the basics.
- Distances and bokeh – how the space in between the elements of your photo affects your depth of field.
- Light- How direct and overcast light can change the effect of bokeh.
- Focal lengths – both long and short, and how to use them to manipulate bokeh.
- My workflow – How I approach a landscape in the field, with tips on how I compose and shoot.
- Case studies – examples of my photos and how I created them.
- Proper focus for bokeh – advice on how to use your tripod, and a step-by-step guide to getting the perfect focus for bokeh.
Get more information about this guide on Christopher’s website.