Don't Get Trapped into the Bokeh Effect!
If you're sitting in front of your computer screen scratching your head and wondering what Bokeh is, it is a term used for the out of focus/blurry area of a photo. When amateur photographers usually get a brand new lens with a wider aperture, they tend to just shoot with the aperture wide open all the time and lose a lot of great details in their photos because of this.
One of the most purchased lenses is the 50mm f/1.8. The larger f-stop value allows for lots of light to hit the sensor but doesn't get very much in focus. If you want to shoot a portrait of your daughter or puppy, try changing the f-stop to f/2.8 or f/4 so that more gets into focus and the details in their eyes are crisp.
Hold It Like a Pro
There are some big giant red flags as to what not to do when holding your camera.
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