I’m a person with a camera, but I’m not a capital “P” Photographer, and I take pictures with a point-and-shoot with a few small bells and a whistle or two. The Weekly Photo Challenge is Focus and there is an explanation about depth of field. This one, shot this afternoon in the garden, shows a shallow depth of field achieved with my point and shoot – I liked the way the aster seems to float above the greenery.
The next one, also from my own backyard, I think is a fair example of a greater depth of field … I’ve seen better, by others, but this is what I got. I welcome comments and suggestions and techniques on how to improve without upping the equipment from my Nikon Coolpix L610 😉