Photo Essay

Soft Focus

Daffodils

The great thing about photography is how the photo-taker can translate his or her view of life to an image. Abstract, sure. However, you can tell a lot about how someone sees things by the way they set their camera's aperture.

Tilt-shift lenses allow me to see how much I like to focus on small details and blur out the rest. It's not just an in-camera feature, but how I see pretty much everything. As a jewelry artist, it makes sense, but in my images, I'm just now realizing it.

Are you a small aperture person, or do your surroundings blur? Tell me, please.

Thanks to Toby Morrison for the nod!

1 response

  • JPG

    JPG gave props (24 Mar 2014):

    Congrats on the Story of the Week!

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