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Bazil, July 9, 2004 in Contribute - Photography
way to get some good posts in one day.
So a larger Fnumber will have more in focus and a lower will Fnumber will have only the subject in focus and the background blurry?
The proper term for it would be F-stop or aperture. But yes usually if you have a larger the Fstop, the more you would technically have in focus. Take into mind that, with the larger fstop, you will also have a darker picture and have to compensate with either the shutter speed or iso, or both sometimes.
very nice explanation
6 year old thread. Still good information
I knew how to do this, I just didn't know why, thanks.
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