Depth of field in photography is the distance between the closest object in a photo that appears acceptably sharp and farthest objects in a photo that appears acceptably sharp. The photo above is an example of a “narrow” depth of field, where there is only a slice of the image that is acceptably sharp, or acceptably in focus. I’m a big fan of a narrow depth of field when it comes to highlighting a solar flower.
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