A commonly used technique in both film and television to shift focus from a foreground object to a background object by turning the the focal ring on a lens.
Examples of rack focus can be seen in almost any movie or tv show when the focus is shifted from one object--mostly people--to another. It is most often used dramatically.
od uživatele rack_focus 22. Únor 2006
When a director forgets what he is shooting and films breasts up close.
"The movie is still in editing becuase the second scene was rack focused."
od uživatele AllChiggedOut 08. Březen 2007
When a cinematographer turns the focal ring on his lens to shift focus from a foreground object to a background object.
A rack focus is really a cheap, metaphorical device for the unimaginative to link two objects/people in a frame.
od uživatele creedmoor 20. Listopad 2004

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