Just wanted to share Sidney's photo. Happy autumn!
Sidney looks so handsome! Great photo! Thanks for sharing! Hope all is well with you both!
Photographers intentionally do portraits with the background slightly out-of-focus, so attention goes to the subject. It's called narrow depth-of-field. His nose and ears are in-focus, but everything behind his shoulders is already getting fuzzy.
You do this with a wide-angle lens (don't use tele), with the aperture as wide as possible; set your ISO film speed as low as you can (the "portrait" option on point-and-shoots does all this). Or use the "aperture priority" mode with the lowest f-stop (widest aperture). Get asw close as you can. Then you have to focus carefully on what you want to be sharp.
Your photographer, of course, focused on his face. But if you focussed on the tip of his tail... only Pembroke phographers would get the joke, and it would be a good one.
so pretty! btw you mentioned your husband has a corgi tshirt? where can i get some of those ? thanks!
Great picture! I just love Sidney! He is so happy and handsome. Like I always say...he is a Corgi Superstar! Thanks for sharing this with us Geri! Even though we all know that Sidney does all the work! :)
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