While taking these photographs and learning about aperture, I got a better understanding of what exactly aperture does to a photo. The smaller the aperture, the bigger the f/stop, and the bigger the aperture, the smaller the f/stop. Knowing that aperture is the depth of field, it made a lot more sense after looking at the pictures. The first photograph taken with an f/1.8 of the three boxes, showed the first box in focus but the two behind it very blurred. For the f/8 photo, the second box was more focussed, but for the photo taken with the highest f/stop, then the depth of field became wider and the boxes weren't blurred.
- Depth of Field
-Shows the subject of an image
-f/stops= the bigger, smaller aperture
the smaller, the larger aperture
-Corresponding Shutter Speed