Use this technique to create depth in your images, while maintaining the sharpness of your foreground to background elements
By Russ Burden
Published July 23, 2012
Updated July 27, 2016
Depth in a photograph is conveyed by a spatial relationship between foreground, midground and background elements whereas those nearest the lens are emphasized while the rest of the composition recedes into the distance.
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