BRUCE FOSTER EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY
DEPTH OF FIELD
Depth of field is determined by the Aperture setting and the subject distance.
Depth of field is the amount of the photograph that is in focus.
A more open (eg f2.8) aperture gives you a narrower depth of field.
A more closed aperture (eg f22) gives you a wider depth of field.
A short focal length gives you a narrow depth of field.
A long focal length gives you a wider depth of field.
A small aperture is often used for sports, resulting in a faster shutter speed and a narrow depth of field
A narrow depth of field can be an artistic choice
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