Hey folks! today I will talk to you about depth of field. depth of field is when you take a photo of someone and or something and you have a background that you either let be in focus or unfocused. You would wanna use depth of field if you there is a nice background and you can set the aperture to f-29 and it would clear up the photo so you can get a clear shot of the flowers or city etc., or if someone just wants a personal shot you can take a photo of the so when someone looks at the photo they can focus on the person in the photo.

My first photo is my favorite one because its focused on the front monkey and it is very funny how the monkey is placed in the back, and he is not focused in the photo. you see can't see the monkey in the back because he is not in focus like the front one, he is in the shallow depth of field.

Focal Length;;40 mm, F-stop;;5, Shutter Speed;;1/800 sec, ISO;;100
Focal Length;;40 mm, F-stop;;7.1, Shutter Speed;;1/400 sec, ISO;;100
Focal Length;;40 mm, F-stop;;10, Shutter Speed;;1/200 sec, ISO;;100
Focal Length;;40 mm, F-stop;;22, Shutter Speed;;1/60, sec ISO;;100
Focal Length;;40 mm, F-stop;;29, Shutter Speed;;1/80 sec, ISO;;250

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