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CASTLEFORD CAMERA CLUB DEPTH OF FIELD
DEPTH OF FIELD (DOF) DOF is the portion of a scene that appears acceptably sharp in the image
Depth of field is affected by the following: Aperture Subject distance Focal length
A shallow DOF can be used to focus more attention on a foreground subject, by blurring out the background This would require a large aperture for example F2.8
A large DOF is used when you want the rocks in the foreground and the hills in the background to be in sharp focus This would require a small aperture for example F16
Bringing it Together Remember as you change the Aperture you’ll need to change your Shutter Speed and/or ISO to compensate
Standard SLR Camera 1.Film winder 2.Shutter Speed Dial 3.Flash Hotshoe 4.Focusing ring 5.Film Rewind Crank 6.Film Speed Dial 7.Flash Synch Socket 8.Lens.
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