painterly backgrounds

When using different photographic devices, such as depth of field, to create painterly backgrounds, the subject or the scene can become the focus of the picture. In this way, the background can either complement the whole frame or add emotional content to it. Here are some examples of painterly backgrounds. If you’re interested in trying one of these techniques, you should check out these resources. They may be exactly what you need for your next project.

If you have an idea in mind for a painting, you can try a simple background. While a simple background will not draw the viewer’s attention away from the main subject, a more detailed one can produce dazzling results. This type of background, however, is difficult to pull off, and the result can be a complicated and confusing painting. Partial backgrounds are also a good choice when you’re trying to provide a strong contrast to your main subject.