In this episode of SLR Lounge’s Constructive Critique, Pye talks product photography, bokeh (prononuced bo-ke) in portraits, and how a great perspective can really enhance what would be a pretty regular photo.
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Slow Shutter Stones by rcscharf: Thread link
Aaron in concert by Marc Billingsley: Thread link
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