Our second podcast is dedicated to depth of field. We discuss in pretty good depth how to become more creative with depth of field. These 2 photographs below illustrate the differences between smaller and larger depths of field. Remember: A smaller aperture like F 16 results in both the background and the foreground being pretty sharp. A larger aperture like F 2.0 results in a sharp foreground and unsharp background. If you’d rather read the differences instead of listening to the podcast below, a good depth of field explanation is located here.
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