I choose this picture because of how the picture mainly focuses on the inside of the car and the outside and the background are out of focus. you can still tell that its a car because the car isn’t as smooth as the background so you can still see it’s shape. It makes me think of an Advertisement when people want to show the cars interior. I set the ISO on to 100, the shutter speed changed on its own and set on f/5.6.
I also chose this one because of the use of items in the front and background and managing to see it all clearly with no blur or motion blur happening. A use of shutter speed of .6 seconds ISO the same 100, and on f/5.6.
Shallow Depth Of Field allows us to see the object that is being focused on more clearly while the things surrounding the object is blurred out. In this image of the red car it shows the whole car being focused, while the lights, and the background around the car is being blurred out. Shallow Depth of Field also brings out the color contrast which in some cases makes the image more realistic and bright.
This is an image of a forced perspective shot. Forced Perspective shot allows us to see the image appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than the object is really is. In this image it shows the camera focusing on the pole on the fence while the basketball court in the background is blurred out.
Shallow depth of field –
In order to get this photo, we got very close to the subject with the aperture at f5.6 which let more light in, making the depth of field shallow so that only one of the chess pieces was left sharp and the others are out of focus.
Extensive depth of field –
In order to take this photo, unlike the previous one, we moved away from the subject and had the aperture set at f22 so that all of the image is in focus.
this image shows very good DOF. the foreground is blurred, the mask is very clear and sharp and the background is blurred. Also the expression on the models face sells the image.
This photo shows a great example of shallow depth of field. The edges of the dinosaur are clear and sharp. The pearl necklace gives it a great example of highlights. Also the red dinosaur helps the composition.
I like these photos ( the left is the shallow DOF and the right is Extensive DOF) because the left is sharper on the object than the background. the right photo is sorta sharp all around. we got close in both photos but we focus more on the object on left and leave the focus alone on the right photo.
This photo is an example of shallow depth of field. In order for us to get this picture, we had to have a background to compare the mask to it. It had to show the sharpness of the mask and the background had to be blurry. If there was no background, then you wouldn’t see that it was a shallow depth of field picture.
This was the best example of extensive depth of field that we took. It was really difficult to take a shot showing an example of extensive depth of field. But in this shot, we had to make everything from the subject to the background really sharp. There wasn’t really any distance in this photo but it was enough to show an example of an extensive depth of field.
In the photo there is an extensive depth of field. The F-stop is at 5.6 with the shutter speed at 1/4 of a second and the ISO at 100. Another interesting point of the image is the fact i was able to get a reflection of the sneaker.
This was made by manually focus on star to get it in focus. The f-stop was 5.6 and the shutter speed was 1/50. The ISO was also on 400. Because the aperture was open, i get that bokeh effect.