Techie Tuesday: Seeing in Depth of Field: A Simple Understanding of Aperture


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One of the most important things to learn when starting out in photography is Depth of Field, how to manipulate it to enhance your shots, give an artistic edge and for landscapes to give a better image all round.

Below is a link to a great article on Depth of Field and hopefully some useful tips for better photography.

Seeing in Depth of Field: A Simple Understanding of Aperture.
Written by Danielle Werner for Digital Photo School  and shared via Days and Months.

Danielle Werner is a free-spirited photographer, designer and retoucher, on an endless journey around the world. She is also a passionate writer and educator who teaches photography workshops wherever she goes. Read Danielle’s inspirational travel stories at LiveWonderful.com, and check out more of her adventure and lifestyle photography at DEW Imagery & Design.

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7 comments

  1. thank you for sharing this Kaz and a lovely image!

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  2. Techie Tuesdays! Great idea 🙂 Love DPS.

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