SELECTIVE FOCUS PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Definition: Use of limited depth of field to focus sharply on a specific object in a scene, while other parts are clearly out-of-focus.  

                                             By: Ashlyn Smith & Hanna Kang

This photo is an example of selective focus because it focuses on a bike and the city in the background is blurred out.

This photo represents selective focus because it focuses on the seashell while the landscape in the background is out of focus.

This photo is using the selective focus rule because it is mainly focused on the camera while all the lights of the background is clearly out of focus.

This picture is following the selective focus rule because the light bulbs are the main objects of the picture while the background is just there for color and out of focus.

This photo is a selective focus picture because the flower is in the spotlight while the other flowers in the background are blind.

This image displays selective focus because it targets the green bird and the red flower while the rain and the backdrop is fuzzy.

The butterfly is the core of the picture while the green land in the back is out of focus. This portrait follows the selective focus rule.

This picture is an example of a selective focus picture because the camera focuses on the red, vibrant cranberry tree while the background is very blurry.

This picture was taken when the small plant was growing. It's focused on the little green herb and the grass while the woods in the back is out of focus.

This picture of the boy follows the selective focus rule because it's concentrated on the boy while the trail in the backdrop is not focused.

This photo represents the selective focus rule because the girl is the target of this frame while the snowy background is just there for effect.

This photo focuses on a girl's legs & shoes while she's getting ready to run. The track/grass are fuzzy, so this photo represents the selective focus rule.