Part 2

Exercise 2.6 and 2.7

These are a series of photographs I took as an example of how the depth of field, the f-stop setting, alters the focus of a photograph.  In the first one the f-stop was set at 1.8, and the focus was on the central beer can.  The last was one was set at 22, which means that the depth of field was greater and all cans are in focus.  The f-stop setting for each one is below the photograph.

f-stop: 1.8
F-stop: 1.8
f-stop: 2.0
F-stop: 2.8
F-stop: 4
F-stop: 5.6
F-stop: 8.0
F-stop: 11
F-stop: 16
F-stop: 22

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