Depth of field

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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.