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It’s focused on guiding landscape photographers of all levels to widen their aperture and see the environment as light and shapes, and to create abstract, ethereal images that have a deeper meaning and interpretation.
By using a shallow depth of field and thin slices of focus, you can completely transform a landscape, manipulating an environment that usually can not be changed or controlled.
You can create a complex or simple photograph by changing your depth, and this extensive guide can show you how.
Bokeh is written with the landscape photographer in mind, as that is what Chis is – but any photographer that wants to learn more about shallow depths of field will benefit from this eBook. Most of this guide covers the basics of bokeh, what is needed to create it, and how to execute those techniques in the field, which is information that any photographer would find helpful.
Bokeh: Creating with Shallow Depths combines the content of Christopher’s two previous eBooks dedicated to using shallow depths in the landscape, with some additional information and new images. The layout has been completely modernized for easier readability and navigation, and the content reorganized for a better flow of learning. The eBook has increased in page numbers when compared to both previous eBooks (an additional 30+ pages), and the sleeker design has reduced the file size to 1/6th of the combined original, making for easier downloads and minimal storage space.
Through my work, I like to show a vantage point that is rarely seen in reality; a show of beauty, emotion, and serenity. There are countless mesmerizing scenes among us that are often hidden from society – my goal is to expose them to the world so that I may share the wonders I have seen.
After college, I returned to the coast of Maine to pursue my love of landscape photography and have made it my career. Maine is one of the few states that is relatively untouched by human interference, which makes it the perfect landscape. My work changes like the seasons of New England, which always presents me with surreal opportunities to create something unique.