By Stephen Schweickart
Today I’m going to give you some more tips about how you can make your footage look awesome. Specifically, how to create shots with great shallow depth of field and “Bokeh.”
Having what we in the industry like to call “Bokeh” in your shots is a great way to make your footage look more film-like. For you newbies who are having your mind blown with all this industry “slanguage” it simply means having a creamy, blurred background and a sharp in-focus subject in front of it. Using large sensor cameras like a Canon HDSLR combined with a fast lens is perfect for achieving this effect in your images and video.
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