Chapter 11

In chapter 11, shallow depth of field is explained how a photo is focused on one object towards the front of the camera and everything in the background is out of focus and blurred. In this photograph of me in my pilot uniform, shallow depth is focused on me with the Richmond Int’l Airport terminal in the unfocused background. Shallow depth is usually used to force the viewer’s eye to focus on the clear portion of the photo then followed by viewing the remainder of the photo.

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