Clickinmoms Monthly Blog Circle {shallow depth of field} A Collection

I like to shoot with shallow depth of field and do so more often than the opposite. Here is a small collection of the best shallow depth of field pictures I made in June.

I love the way it creates bokeh.

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We can focus on a detail in a picture. An even shallower depth of field would have made this Lincoln Log roof pop even more, I think.

Ian played with the train set and Lincoln Logs this morning.

 

This leaf baffled me. It is the beginning of summer but this leaf I found on my front lawn the third week of June looks like autumn has begun.

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Here is my son, listening to his oldest sister read from Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban at bedtime. His other sister is reading Mary Poppins.

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Shallow depth of field lets me decide whether to focus on his listening expression or a detail from the book.

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My husband asked me to photograph one of this Warhammer armies last weekend. I used some studio lights he brought home from work; my first time ever doing so.

In the first one, I like how you can still make out the dragon in the background, though the focus is on the front row of soldiers.

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Shallow depth of field makes this dragon look even more menacing amongst the blurry soldiers around it.

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Shallow depth of field is the way to go when you want something to stand out.

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Thanks for visiting! Continue on the blog circle with Mary Williams at Big Sky Love.

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