You have probably all seen lots of beautiful portraits with people posing in front of soft, creamy, blurry backgrounds. For many people this is how professional portaits should be. And indeed, high levels of background blur and soft bokeh are reserved for the more expensive lenses and sensor formats. However, it is also possible to make great portraits without the need for this effect. Portraits where the complete image is sharp, which can be taken with any camera. In this article we will give you five different ways to do this.
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Today we posted one of our first in-depth articles on the topic of exposure. Be sure to check it out here! If you want to learn more on the topic of exposure, there is one book you should definitely check out as well. The book is ‘Understanding exposure’, by Bryan Peterson. Exactly today is the first day the fourth edition is for sale. We will quickly introduce you to the book, and then see what’s new in this revised edition.