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L1M2AP1. ISO 100 50 MM.  F5. A Lower F stop number gives a shallow depth of field.

A Lower F stop number gives a shallow depth of field.

L2M1AP2 Canon Exercise: I was trying to have my three screen dumps show three different speed of propeller. Pic 1: good exposure (ISO 100), deep depth of field (aperture f 22), shutter speed 1 sec. (Need tripod). Pic 2: Good exposure (ISO 800), shallow depth of field (Ap f 3.5), shutter speed 1/250th. Good exposure (ISO 6400), shallow depth of field (Ap f 2.8), shutter speed 1/4000th.

L2M1AP2 Canon Exercise: I was trying to have my three screen dumps show three different speed of propeller. Pic 1: good exposure (ISO 100), deep depth of field (aperture f 22), shutter speed 1 sec. (Need tripod). Pic 2: Good exposure (ISO 800), shallow depth of field (Ap f 3.5), shutter speed 1/250th. Good exposure (ISO 6400), shallow depth of field (Ap f 2.8), shutter speed 1/4000th.

Have you ever seen a macro shot of an insect or flower and wondered how they got the entire subject in focus? In macro photography, you shoot at a close distance, which results in a very shallow depth of field. Even if the lens is closed down to its smallest aperture such as f/22, it …

Focus Stacking: The secret to increased depth of field in macro photography

Have you ever seen a macro shot of an insect or flower and wondered how they got the entire subject in focus? In macro photography, you shoot at a close distance, which results in a very shallow depth of field. Even if the lens is closed down to its smallest aperture such as f/22, it …

L1M2AP1 "Someone in head and shoulders framing" Aperture Priority Mode- Small Depth of Field f/2 Out for lunch for Mother’s Day I took advantage of having my Mum as a “model” for some practice for Depth of Field.  This was the lowest aperture I could work with using my camera to achieve small depth of field. I was quite happy with the focus on my subject. (I this photo in f/2.8 as it is the lowest my camera can go)  Panasonic Lumiz DMC-FZ35, f/3.4, 1/40 ISO-200

L1M2AP1 "Someone in head and shoulders framing" Aperture Priority Mode- Small Depth of Field f/2 Out for lunch for Mother’s Day I took advantage of having my Mum as a “model” for some practice for Depth of Field. This was the lowest aperture I could work with using my camera to achieve small depth of field. I was quite happy with the focus on my subject. (I this photo in f/2.8 as it is the lowest my camera can go) Panasonic Lumiz DMC-FZ35, f/3.4, 1/40 ISO-200

L1M2AP1 - Tv(Shutter Speed)	1/250; Av(Aperture Value)	11.0; ISO Speed	200; Lens	EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM; Canon EOS700D;AF area select mode Manual selection - Experimenting with deep depth of field

- Tv(Shutter Speed) Av(Aperture Value) ISO Speed Lens IS STM; Canon - AF area select mode Manual selection - Experimenting with shallow depth of field

L1M2AP1: Depth of field: Large depth of field, using a bigger aperture number to focus the whole image. Morning day light, hand held, AV, no flash, canon 600D, ISO 100, F/11.

L1M2AP1: Depth of field: Large depth of field, using a bigger aperture number to focus the whole image. Morning day light, hand held, AV, no flash, canon 600D, ISO 100, F/11.

After taking this shot, I realise I was supposed to take an f/11 deep depth of field with the glass again to compare. Anyway, here it is as some trash with background in focus too!  iv. using f/11 you should get a very large depth of field, so explore the effects of a sharp image amongst a sharp background. Repeat the same shots and compare the difference: • salt and pepper on a table at different distances from the lens • someone in head and shoulder framing • a flower in a flower bed

After taking this shot, I realise I was supposed to take an f/11 deep depth of field with the glass again to compare. Anyway, here it is as some trash with background in focus too! iv. using f/11 you should get a very large depth of field, so explore the effects of a sharp image amongst a sharp background. Repeat the same shots and compare the difference: • salt and pepper on a table at different distances from the lens • someone in head and shoulder framing • a flower in a flower bed

L1M2AP1: DEPTH OF FIELD: Nikon3200, ISO200, 18mm, 1/25set at F/11 In comparison this image I've used a larger depth of field f/1. Ive explored the effects of a sharp image amongst a sharp background. There is noticeably a difference in distance from the lens to help create that depth of field.

DEPTH OF FIELD: at In comparison this image I've used a larger depth of field Ive explored the effects of a sharp image amongst a sharp background. There is noticeably a difference in distance from the lens to help create that depth of field.

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