Try to isolate the objects by using a telephoto or zoom lens. If you're
using a standard lens, go in close to the subject and fill the frame,
use a tripod to accurately frame the subject and remember to use a small
aperture to ensure good depth of field. Obviously, this type of approach
can be done in conjunction with photographs you would normally take.
When you get your photographs back, compare the difference between one
image and another. You may find that you still prefer the photographs
you would normally take, but at the end of the day, there is nothing to
stop you producing other types of images as well as your normal photographs.
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