Depth of Field
As explained in my “Exposure in a nutshell" post, depth of field determines how much of your image is in focus. By adjusting the size of your aperture, you can increase or decrease the depth of field.
A large aperture like f/1.8 will isolate your subject and blur out the background. This is very good for portraits where you want the person to really stand out.
If you choose a small aperture like f/22, everything will be in focus. Great for landscapes when you want to see every detail clearly.
Photography is fun.
Reblogging this because I can never remember which way the f-stops go. Thanks Frogman!
AMAZING work :) Marianna Orlova , russian artist
Erik Johansson. Impressive photo-manipulation.
i live for art like this
Carter is now added to my collection of painted headshots facing left.
Elly Mayday. Love her so much. Amazing curves and hair