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  Does Depth Of Field Matter To Picture Quality?  
 

As you enhance your skills as a photographer, you will want to choose various ways to improve the quality of each photo you take. One area where you may be able to enhance the quality is in the depth of field. This term stands for the area that is in the photo in sharp focus. If you look at any picture and imagine it on different planes, you will notice that only one pane of the photo is actually in real, true focus. The rest cannot be. This is commonly assumed in photos. But, you can alter this depth of field to get a different perception and often create a very unique photograph.

To change the depth of focus, you will need to learn a few things about your lens. In particular, you will need to change the aperture of the lens. This term means the focal length of your lens or the distance from the lens to the subject. If you would like to get very advanced in these changes, learn more about the circle of confusion in photography and the hyper-focal distance. Still, without going into those details, consider these pointers.

First, there is no one way that is right 100 percent of the time in terms of depth of focus. Rather, you can choose what you wish to focus on. You can be more artistic or more traditional in this application. It is up to you.  One creative choice is to choose some images to have a very narrow depth of focus while others have a very wide depth of focus. Let's say you are taking a photo of a car. You will want a wider depth of focus so that from the front to the rear, the car is in full view. On the other hand, perhaps you are taking a photo of a person eating an ice cream cone. You probably want a more shallow depth of focus so that the person's face is nice and sharp.

To make these changes, you have several options. You can switch out your lens focal length. Or, you can simply move your stance farther away or closer. You can also change the aperture of the lens. The key is to be creative. Try out the different depth of field options until you actually get used to the different options you have. The key is to learn how to change the depth of field to match your composition.

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