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depth of field

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Definition of depth of field in English:

noun

(In photography) the distance between the nearest and the furthest objects giving a focused image.
Example sentences
  • Three things control how great the depth of field will be in a photograph: lens focal length, aperture, and distance from the subject.
  • Knowing how to manipulate the depth of field improves your photography instantly!
  • A fast, single-iteration digital processing step produces a final image with an extended depth of field.

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