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The Ultimate Photography Cheat Sheet

Your ultimate photography cheat sheet guide. Complete with info about aperture and how it relates to depth of field, shutter speed, ISO, and exposure. All the essentials. Photography tips.

Big Ben and houses of parliament  Depth of Field being used creatively - I feel this gives a much better effect than having shot the image with a smaller aperture which would give a bigger focus in the image (so Big Ben in the background would have been in focus too).

This photo of a light was created using a shallow depth of field. This captures the focus, which is the light, well as the rest of London is blurred in the background.

Lenses with higher apertures let more light into your camera -- and let you have more blurring in the background.

Lenses with higher apertures let more light into your camera -- and let you have more blurring in the background. In this picture, it looks like a green army men toys.

Autumn tree: I like the angle of this shot because it enhances the trees large size. Additionally I like the shallow depth of field, focussing the lower leaf yet enhancing its colour with the out of focus background.

Autumn tree: I like the angle of this shot because it enhances the trees large size. Additionally I like the shallow depth of field, focussing the lower leaf yet enhancing its colour with the out of focus background. - Shallow Depth of Field

Download your free cheat sheet to help you get off AUTO and start getting more creative photos with your Digital Camera. IT shows you how you can control Depth of Field. It shows the best Aperture for Portraits and the best Aperture for Landscape photos. It also looks at another key factor in controlling Depth of Field: Focusing Distance.:

how you can control Depth of Field. It shows the best Aperture for Portraits and the best Aperture for Landscape photos. It also looks at another key factor in controlling Depth of Field: Focusing Distance.: by bertha

Selective Focus ASS2: Use of wide angle lens: a) The use of wide angle lens help show depth by having the models foot in focus and the rest of her body out of focus, it helps enhance distance between her body and foot. b) It creates more of an interesting photo, we feel more intrigued and the image itself feels more passionate.

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I love this picture, its like a dance movement and a stretch but still a dancer that tie her shoes, beautiful

Depth of Field: The pictures above change the aperture setting of the camera lenses, creating a sense of depth in their images. The larger the apertures (smaller F-stop number) and closer the focusing distances, the shallower depth of field is. Other example of Shallow Depth of Field: http://digital-photography-school.com/17-beautiful-images-with-shallow-depth-of-field

Depth of Field: The pictures above change the aperture setting of the camera lenses, creating a sense of depth in their images. The larger the apertures (smaller F-stop number) and closer the focusing distances, the shallower depth of field is. Other exam

This is an example of maximum depth of field. The image was taken low enough to obtain all the bicycles as well as making sure they are all in focus, creating as if the bicycles never end.

Deep depth of field. With creating a deep depth a field the image should be in focused and sharp from near to far, that can be achieved by having a wider focal length. Also having a smaller aperture number helps with a deep depth of field.

Bokeh Lens Effects and Depth of Field used as refrence for computer generated images, renderings and compositing. Visit my Online Portfolio here -> tommyandersson.co... Please Share, Re-Pin and Comment! #Bokeh, #DepthOfField

The bike wheel is in focus big time, sharp, and crisp. The background is blurred, creates depth of field.

by Paul Strand

"Paul Strand plays with shadows again and uses a deep depth of field with interesting rule of thirds.

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The joy of water brittanycorner: My heart! (From the National Geographic Traveler 2012 Photo Contest)

I like the refraction used in the image with the glass. I really like the Black & white conversion because i think it adds depth to the image.

Black & White photo: Artistic yet beautiful and extremely powerful shot. Michele Clement is the winner of Black & White Spider Awards 2007 in category “Outstanding Achievement”. By Michele Clement

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