This is a very helpful post on depth of field. If you are interested in photography, it is worth checking out the other posts in this series too.
Sometimes quick off the cuff shots are the best. At a small rodeo in Oregon, not only the perfect depth of field, but the expression on this rider’s face was perfect as he looked respectfully at the bull that’d just “had fun” with him. 180 mm., 1/2000 sec. @ f/4.5, ISO 200.
This is the second of a three-part series on depth of field. Take a look at my 1st one, where some basics are covered.
Depth of field plays a big part in how most images look. Thus it’s important that you are deliberate. I’m not saying be rigid; experiment with different apertures, focal lengths, etc. in order to get different looks. But when it comes time to select your best, when it’s time to decide which pictures you will put out there as representative of your subjects and your photography, then I think you need to take…
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