Hey!, we’ve reached the end of the second month of Project, but just started a new macro-Theme: the Depth of Field.
For this week, the challenge is All In Focus.
You remember what we talked about when getting to know the Exposure? We learned that the diaphragm controls how much light enters the camera, as well as the depth of field: i.e. how much of the picture will be in focus.
The wider the aperture, the shallower the depth of field. This means, that to have all “in focus”, we have to close the diaphragm.
So, this is my proposal:
Nikon D750+Nikkor 24-85mm (at 24mm)
ISO 100 – 1/250sec f/9
This shot dates back to this summer. Yet, the original photo I shot for this challenge specifically, is this one:
Nikon D750+Nikkor 50mm f/1.8
ISO800 – 0.6 sec f/22
A shot for the upcoming Service Section on this website. Next week there will be plenty of news (at last!).
See you on Beufville’s Facebook page. I hope you’ll share your shots with me 🙂
Enjoy the rest of this Sunday!