Depth of Field (DoF)
Depth of Field (DoF) in photography refers to the ‘acceptable sharpness’ in front and behind the subject, you’re photographing. By choosing the right Depth of Field, you can focus the attention on a specific subject of place.
By making the area around the subject more blurry, your subject will automatically stand out. Depth of Field is controlled by adjusting the aperture setting on your camera. The aperture affects this blurriness and sharpness by changing the size of the opening in the lens.
Actually, a smaller aperture (f-) number results in less Depth of Field, and a larger aperture (f-) number means more Depth of Field.
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