Tag Archive for: rule of thirds

Depth of field helps focus in on images

Last week, I talked about framing and the rule of thirds. This week, we’ll take a closer look at composition, and in particular, depth of field. Depth of field is a term that is thrown around a lot in video and film.  It may sound complex, but depth of field simply refers to the part of […]

Rule of thirds timeless technique in film and photos

Last week, I talked about a very current film and video trend—time lapse. This week, we’ll examine a technique that’s hundreds of years old. When shooting a video or a film, or even taking photography, a lot of technical advice is thrown around.  Some good basics to start with are always shoot in the direction of […]