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selective color effect

The creative use of focus. Focus can be set so that one plane or subject in a crowded scene emerges, or for sharpness near to far in a scene that covers miles. Selective focus is achieved through the use of various focal length lenses, by altering camera to subject distance, and by changing f-stop settings.

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selective color effect

Employing shallow depth of field through the use of a wide aperture so that the properly-focused subject is isolated from its surroundings because the surroundings are purposefully not in focus.
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selective color effect

A Special Effect available on certain Nikon D-SLR cameras. All colors other than the selected color(s) are recorded in B&W. Users can select a single color or a secondary color and even select a tertiary color.
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selective color effect

Choosing a lens openingthat produces a shallow depth of field. Usually this is used to isolate a subjectby causing most other elements in the scene to be blurred.
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selective color effect

Choosing a lens opening that produces a shallow depth of field. Usually this is used to isolate a subject by causingmost other elements in the scene to be blurred.
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selective color effect

A method of focusing using a wide aperture to ensure shallow depth of field and put emphasis on an individual area of a scene.
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