Posted on August 29, 2009 in [ Photography
] By Mark Cleghorn
The depth of field controls the amount of the image that appears sharp and in
focus, this is achieved by a combination of three things.
Posted on February 6, 2009 in [ Photography
] By Michael Reichmann
The term "Depth of Field" describes the range in a photograph, from near to far, that appears to be in focus. Everyone knows that the more a lens is stopped down, the more depth of field there will be, (true). Most people also believe that wide angle lenses have more depth of field than telephoto lenses (false). Let's see what the facts really are, and why.