Photography Quick Tip: Use a Wider Aperture to make your Subject Pop

Photography Quick Tip: Use a wider aperture for portraits to make your subject pop.

 
Aim for an aperture size around f/2.8 to f/5.6 to make the background behind your subject more blurred out.

This will help remove distracting backgrounds and make your subject stand out. You can experiment with even wider apertures, but take care to keep your subject’s eyes in focus.

Get Creative with Wider Apertures to make your subject stand out!

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