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macro : SELECTIVE FOCUSING

By Savvas511    
I upload this example of selective focusing using macro photography.
The flower seems to be out of focus but that is not true!
The focus point is on the tip of the flower leaf closer to the camera
and that is in focus and only that, the rest of the flower is deliberately out of focus
this is the definition of selective focus after all ( I think )

I will appreciate the comments from Leonid and all of you guys

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Tags: Macro Flower Green Close-up and macro Bokeh Selective focus Close up plants Macro flower Close up flower Blurred background Green background

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8 Dec 2018 12:42PM
Selective focus is a rather self-explanatory term: You focus on the specific part of a subject you want to highlight or emphasize, and you “ignore” the rest, letting it fall into the blur of the background (or the foreground — you can be as creative as you like with selective focus)

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8 Dec 2018 2:02PM

Quote:Selective focus is a rather self-explanatory term: You focus on the specific part of a subject you want to highlight or emphasize, and you “ignore” the rest, letting it fall into the blur of the background (or the foreground — you can be as creative as you like with selective focus)


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Maiwand 12 3 73 England
8 Dec 2018 2:54PM
A rather nice flower image Savvas
Ron
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 12 England
8 Dec 2018 3:56PM
A lovely bit of selective focusing here, Savvas 👍👍
Trev 😀
nonur Plus
10 18 13 Turkey
8 Dec 2018 9:38PM
Good work, Savvas.
10 Dec 2018 8:12AM
Beautiful focus work Savvas
Ian

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