Do you ever find yourself behind on projects, fielding interruptions and distractions that make it difficult for you to finish? Do you find it difficult, at times, to find your focus—especially when there are so many things that need attention? What about that daily to-do list—how often do you get to check off everything on it?
In photography, as well as in life, one of the main keys to creating beautiful images, as well as a beautiful, stress-reduced life, is selective focus.
Who wants a blurry photo?
Unless it’s done intentionally for some esthetic or creative purpose, who wants a blurry, out-of-focus photo? I’m going to talk a little about the importance of not only focus, but of being selective of what you focus on, and share a few tips on how to do this.
In photography, when using a camera that allows for manual or creative adjustments, you have the capability to control what and just how much of an image is in focus.