Difference between revisions of "Depth of field"

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(Created a small article about a phography related subject. I could use some help with the definition, it is kind of confusing.)
 
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[[Image:SmallDOF.jpg|thumb|right|150px|A photo with a very small depth of field]]
 
'''Depth of field''' in [[photography]], is the length of the area in a image that has acceptable focus. Depth of field can be set up to a certain point, by adjusting the cameras aperture. Lower apertures can be used to blur the background of an image, which can emphasize the focus of the photograph.
 
'''Depth of field''' in [[photography]], is the length of the area in a image that has acceptable focus. Depth of field can be set up to a certain point, by adjusting the cameras aperture. Lower apertures can be used to blur the background of an image, which can emphasize the focus of the photograph.

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A photo with a very small depth of field

Depth of field in photography, is the length of the area in a image that has acceptable focus. Depth of field can be set up to a certain point, by adjusting the cameras aperture. Lower apertures can be used to blur the background of an image, which can emphasize the focus of the photograph.