Category Archives: LL4-Depth of Field
Shallow Depth of field is when the main object is sharp and clear, and the back ground soft and blurry. The way to get this type of picture is by focusing on one object up close.
Shallow Depth of Field is when the focal point of the picture in the foreground and the background isn’t clear.
This photograph was my best example of Shallow Depth of Field. It shows the distance between the nearest and the farthest objects in the scene. The focus is on the flower so it appears sharper and the background is unfocused … Continue reading
This picture is a prime example of shallow depth of field. This is basically the length between the closet and farthest points in the picture. You can try using shallow depth of field by altering the aperture , … Continue reading