This is a good example of shallow depth of field because all of the background is blurred out and all you can see is the foreground and the mini Effiel Tower. I think this photograph has quite a depressing, lonely mood because of the colours and how the photograph is framed and angled.

This is a good example of shallow depth of field because the background (The Eiffle Tower) is out of clear view and the small, miniture tower makes it look like the original tower is its shadow which works well with this shallow depth of field photograph.

shallow depth of field, night scene

This photo of a light was created using a shallow depth of field. This captures the focus, which is the light, well as the rest of London is blurred in the background.

Autumn tree: I like the angle of this shot because it enhances the trees large size. Additionally I like the shallow depth of field, focussing the lower leaf yet enhancing its colour with the out of focus background.

Autumn tree: I like the angle of this shot because it enhances the trees large size. Additionally I like the shallow depth of field, focussing the lower leaf yet enhancing its colour with the out of focus background. SHALLOW DEPTH OF FIELD

"sweet cherry"  Fine Art Food Photography by Marianne LoMonaco via Etsy.

Food Photography kitchen art "sweet cherry" Fine Art Photography Fruit wall art Kitchen Art still life Photography fruit wall decor red

Caroline I chose this picture because it has excellent depth of field photography. I like this picture because its very neat.

Very Shallow Depth of Field, high aperture, the photographer was very close to this image Short Depth of field, photographer was close to .

This photograph of the kitten uses depth of field in order to show details of the cat's face and whiskers.

17 Beautiful Images with Shallow Depth of Field

Guest post by Jim Harmer from ImprovePhotography.com. When photographers use shallow depth-of-field, the purpose is usually to make the subject of the photo stand out from the background.  Unfortunately, this usually means that the photographer forgets about the aesthetic quality of the area not in focus and pays attention only to the subject.  Big mistake. …

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Guest post by Jim Harmer from ImprovePhotography.com. When photographers use shallow depth-of-field, the purpose is usually to make the subject of the photo stand out from the background. Unfortunately, this usually means that the photographer forgets about the aesthetic quality of the area not in focus and pays attention only to the subject. Big mistake. …

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