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Use Fuzziness in Your Landscape Shots

Depth of field isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.

Image by the author (© Mark Ali)

Good landscape photos have foreground interest.

That’s what they say, whoever they are. By “foreground interest”, they mean objects in the foreground that help to anchor the image, sometimes giving the viewer a sense of scale, and often providing depth to the overall photograph.




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Mark Ali

Mark Ali

I’m a writer, a photographer, a music lover, and a professional ice sculptor. I’m kidding about that last thing. (View my portfolio at:

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