- I can create two photos demonstrating shallow and deep depth of field.
- I can explain technically how I achieved creating a shallow depth of field and deep depth of field image.
For this week’s assignment, you will:
- take 2 photos of the same subject demonstrating both shallow and deep depth of field. You will use a classroom camera and (optionally) a tripod for this challenge. Your subject should be CLOSE to the camera.
- Photograph your subject in Rule of Thirds
- Choose an interesting subject and composition.
- Set up your camera and tripod (optionally).
- Make sure your subject is in focus.
- Set a low (wide) aperture for your first photo (SDF) (do not move the camera!)
- Set a high (small) aperture for your 2nd photo (DDF)
- Process the photos in Photoshop (adjust white balance, contrast, color balance, crop and straighten).
- Log into your Flickr account and link both photos in comments section of this post.
Practice photos are due this tomorrow. Final photos are due this Friday.
Past student examples: