To recap on the topic “Street photography”, have a look at the below picture.
This picture was taken at Mahabalipuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India where foreign tourists are viewing ancient sculpture. This picture depicts behavior pattern of the local people and the tourist, the tourist appreciating sculptor’s talent.
On this week topic, we are going to see how we can selectively focus object while taking the picture.
Please take a look at the above picture taken in front of Kapaleeshwarar temple, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. I did a selective focus on the flower (in pink and white clour) which the photographer is trying to shoot.
I made the other objects in the picture out of focus to highlight the significance of what Photographer is trying to click. Selective focus is achieved through “single point of focus” setting available in DSLR.
If you have a DSLR, please try this and you will be amazed with the results.