A MONTHLY NEWSLETTER FOR COMMUNICATIONS PROFESSIONALS ON MAXIMIZING THE SUCCESS OF PHOTOGRAPHY SHOOTS WITH TIPS, IDEAS AND PHOTOS.
What's the one overall thing that makes for a great photograph?
If you said "Focus," then you guessed the word for this month's newsletter (coincidentally called "Hocus Focus," in case you hadn't noticed).
No surprise that it was easy for the DB&A photographers to send in photos about focus. The hard part was on my end trying to cull the group of great images down to a manageable number.
Not much text this time. So just enjoy the visuals.
Yours in focus,
Deborah Brown & Associates
It's not Just about the Camera (as in Automatic Focus)
A Great Photo has a Lot to Do with the Focus of the Composition
The old adage about a picture being worth 1,000 words is particularly true when trying to add any text about the word "Focus" as it pertains to photography.
So I'm going to let the images speak for themselves. If you want to see them bigger, just click on the image. You'll be taken to another site (the DBA site) where you can click on the image again and see it much bigger.