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Adjusting focus

One thing that photographers need to constantly keep in mind is something called the “depth of field” of their images. Depth of field refers to how much of the photo area is in focus as far as closeness or distance is concerned. The area within focus will be within that area, and areas outside that range will be blurry, or at least not in sharp focus. Depth of field can be somewhat controlled based on other factors as well, resulting in what is clearly revealed and what is blurry in the final result. The goal is to best represent the reality that the photographer wants to convey in that final image.

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