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In Isolation – Week 12, 50 Projects

A common technique to create striking images is to isolate a single element of a subject or scene to draw attention to it. This is often done using a shallow depth of field (DOF) to throw the background out of focus so the main subject is the centre of attention. This is technically called differential […]

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A Bug’s Life – Week 11, 50 Projects

Well, it happened again. I skipped a week in this crazy idea of mine to do a project a week for 50 weeks. This time I don’t have a real excuse except that I was busy. I’ve had photos to edit, shoots to plan, three kids to entertain or drive somewhere or take them to […]

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Macro Magic – Week 6, 50 Projects

This week I fulfilled a long time wish, something I’ve wanted to do since I bought my first SLR 15 years ago. Perhaps it was all that time spent peering through microscopes on my way to my Microbiology degree that had me yearning for one for so long, the fascination for small details made larger […]

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