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sheilamchattieart1 7:08am, 3 March 2015
What is depth of field and how do you control it?
Madison Gilbert 3 years ago
Depth of field is the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in an image. It does not change the image from sharp to unsharp but instead it occurs at a general transition. You can control depth of field by the aperture, the focal length, and the image size.
moniquemarae21 3 years ago
Depth of field is when there is a clear foreground, middle ground and background. Aperture is the most important thing when it comes to controlling depth of field. Aperture enhances the image and makes the focal point stand out.
Marcoror150 3 years ago
Depth of field defines what areas of the image is in focus and which are not. You can control it through the aperture on the lens of your camera. By adjusting the aperture to a higher f stop the opening becomes smaller and the depth of field becomes wider. By lowering the f stop, the opening become larger, the depth of field become smaller, putting whatever is in focus into sharper focus.
laurajohnson371 3 years ago
depth of field is basically what is in focus and what is not. you can change which part is in focus by adjusting the aperture. when you change the f stop the opening becomes larger or smaller accordingly and makes the depth of field smaller or wider.
calebdahill 3 years ago
Depth of field is when the fore ground middle ground and back ground are seen clearly and an element of the image is in focus. Aperture is the most important part of controlling the depth of field in an image. Aperture size controls what is in focus of the image
nielsenj69 3 years ago
Depth of field isn't a fixed distance, it changes in size and can be described as either shallow or deep. The focal length of the lens, the f/stop, and the distance to the subject are what control the depth of field.
dskogen1 3 years ago
death of field is how in focus the background is, you control this with the aperture/the amount of light you let in. more light is a smaller depth of field and less lights makes a clear background and more depth of field.
zachgreen24 3 years ago
Depth of field refers to the range of distance that appears acceptably sharp. It varies depending on aperture. Aperture is how much light is going to go inside the camera. A small aperture will make the entire foreground, middle ground, and background become in focus. A larger aperture will start to blurry out everything that is not inside the focal point. You could also change the shutter speed, which will control how fast or slow the shutter will open and close, which will also help some things become in focus.
trottshelby1997 3 years ago
Depth of field is the distance between the closest object and the most distant object, and what the camera puts in focus. It can be controlled by the exposure and the aperture and the distance from the object also it can be controlled by what type of camera you use.
Ashley_pink_417 3 years ago
Depth of field is how much your photo is in focus and how much of your photo is out of focus. The depth of field is controlled by the aperture. By changing the aperture you can control how much your photo is in focus. The higher the F stop the more in focus in the photo, the lower the F stop the less in focus.
mckenziehickstein 3 years ago
Depth of Field is the focus levels of the foreground, middle ground, and background of your photo. You can control the depth of field by controlling your aperture and focus level. It controls what appears sharp/blurry in your photos.
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