The sharpness of a picture, or how much of a picture is in focus, is called depth of field. The depth of field is controlled using your aperture, specifically your f-stop. The smaller the f-stop number, the more the background of your picture will be blurred. When you set your camera on “AV” (Aperture Value) or “A” Mode (Aperture Priority) depending on which camera you have, this allows you to control only the aperture
Confused by all those numbers? Not sure which lens best fits your needs? Here’s a breakdown of what all those numbers attached to an SLR lens mean. If you’re thinking of adding a new lens to your camera this year, this quick cheat sheet will help you pick
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Photography Tutorial: A Quick Guide to Understanding Your DSLR Camera