Coursework, Part 2

Exercise 2.7

Use a combination of small apertures and wide lens to take a number of photographs  exploring deep depth of field. The trick is to include close foreground elements in focus for an effective deep depth of field image. When successful, a close viewpoint together with the
dynamic perspective of a wide-angle lens gives the viewer the feeling that they’re almost inside the scene.

I made the photographs below with various small apertures between f11-f22. I think the 1st and the 3rd are the best because they are more dynamic because of the people crossing street and of the tram moving towards the eye. The last one with the statue is more static, but the viewer has the impression is in it.

 

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