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A Year With My Camera: Aperature.

This week's lesson in A Year With My Camera: Aperture. 

This week we learned about the creative effect of aperture:  
the ability to affect depth of field or blurring of the background. 
The lower your f-number, the higher the aperture, and the smaller your depth of field.  
Only the subject of the picture is in focus.

The higher your f-number, the lower the aperture, and the larger your depth of field.  
A larger amount of the picture is in focus.

Homework Assignments:

Take 2 photos of the same subject, one at your min and one at your max apertures.



Know the closest focusing distances for each one of your lenses.



Show us your bokeh.









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