Achieving Great Depth of Field
It can be difficult to have a compelling depth of field when creating a composition. However, this is an important skill to develop as aspiring photographers, and can be easily refined with simple adjustments. The next time you want to practice your account, here are some things to keep in mind:
Using a small aperture and trying to focus on a point about one-third the depth of a particular scene, you can keep everything in focus from close to far.
(Note – if you win to achieve this goal, you can also simply try to use the hyperfocal distance adjustment instead)!
To avoid disturbing the viewer of your camera, it is time to start using the depth of field preview option if your camera has one.
If you encounter difficult lighting conditions or if you do not have enough camera support, you probably can not stop the aperture. If that is the case, try to keep the highlight from the foreground and allow the background to become a soft blur.
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