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Wide apertures (small f-numbers) produce shallow depth of field, while narrow apertures (large f-numbers) produce deep depth of field

Guide to advanced depth of field with your Nikon DSLR - Amateur Photographer

This is a great landscape photo, it is a shallow depth of field and the landscape is upside down, which is called image refraction.

Beautiful reflection of the sun.but it occurred to be that thru a glass of wine it turns your world upside down. Sometimes wine can do that. I will consider it water.

leading lines // depth of field // depth of frame

Lines: The photo exemplifies lines through what appears to be a road leading the observer into the big city. The photo illustrates a nice employment of depth of field, which truly provides power to the lines leading to the busy city

AND the pitch...  Right at yah!! Excellent picture

Even given the fact that this photo was not to my knowledge taken at a Yankee game, it is a terrific shot. This pitch was thrown by Atlanta Braves pitcher Cory Gearrin and taken by AP Julio Cortez at a spring training game, February

Classic shallow depth of field railings shot:  Railings by Michal Dzierza, via 500px

An awesome detail on an iron fence! Check the detail! The Photo by Michal Dzierza, taken in Bloomsbury, London. Although not mentioned by the photographer, I strongly uspect that said cast iron gates relate to the British Museum.

GIVE DEPTH TO PHOTOGRAPHY. Use interesting elements from the foreground to…

GIVE DEPTH TO PHOTOGRAPHY. Use interesting elements from the foreground to create a frame for the photograph.Move around, get down on stomach, climb. A shallow depth of field can be obtained with a wide aper

GIVE DEPTH TO PHOTOGRAPHY. Use interesting elements from the foreground to…

GIVE DEPTH TO PHOTOGRAPHY. Use interesting elements from the foreground to create a frame for the photograph.Move around, get down on stomach, climb. A shallow depth of field can be obtained with a wide aper