Using The DOF Button

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Once we become serious about photography we need to learn a few rules of composition. First of all, the “Rule of Thirds” helps in placing the main subject in the frame, and rules about horizons help in deciding where to place an horizon. We learn also about using portrait and landscape orientation; again more rules and guidelines. They are a good place to start and can lead both to early successes and very pleasing results.

But then, after a time, something happens: composition becomes more natural; you stop thinking consciously about thirds or whether or not a subject should be central in the frame and start doing what...

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Rod Barbee is a professional nature photographer and workshop leader. He lives on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, USA. For more info about his photography and workshops, visit his website.

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