an easy way to share files and a strange thing in a BBC programme
On 10/07/2017 13:25, Mark Carver wrote:
There's more and more of this recently, mainly BBC News reports, where
for some reason they think it's kool to use a really shallow depth of
field and pull the subject into focus after they've satrted talking.
I've not seen anything as bad as that, (until now !)
Thing is Mark they didn't pull the subject into focus. The whole shot
was like that.
How do they achieve a shallow depth of field in bright sunshine? Neutral
density filters stacked in front of the lens?