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  • Same camera, same aperture f/8- <br /> Getting closer to the subject reduces the depth of field <br /> What are the limits with this? <br />
  • F/8 <br /> Wide angle photos have a deep depth of field -28mm <br />
  • 50 mm lens - Bananas are soft but orange is still mostly in focus <br />
  • 100mm – bananas and orange both blurry. Depth of field is shallow with telephoto lens. <br />

Depth of field Depth of field Presentation Transcript

  • Depth of Field Aperture Priority
  • Depth of field is controlled by the size of the aperture opening
  • Shallow Depth of Field The subject is in focus but the area in front and behind the subject is not in focus
  • Apertures used to capture shallow depth of field: f/1.4 , f/2 , f/2.8 , f/4, f/5.6
  • Large Depth of Field The subject is in focus as is the area in front and behind the subject
  • Apertures used to capture large depth of field: f/32, f/22, f/16, f/11
  • Aperture Priority Is the camera mode that allows the Photographer to choose the aperture and let the camera choose shutter speed
  • Other things that may impact depth of field
  • Image Sensor size (type of camera)
  • Distance from the Subject
  • Changing Focal Length Depth of field gets shorter as you zoom in
  • Wide Angle Lens
  • Standard
  • Telephoto