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An awesome detail on an iron fence! Check the detail! The Photo by Michal Dzierza, taken in Bloomsbury, London. Although not mentioned by the photographer, I strongly uspect that said cast iron gates relate to the British Museum.

probably the most perfect feather picture ive ever seen

Light as feather! The egyptians believed that in order to get to their ideal aferlife your heart had to be light as feather when weighed against the weight of your deeds.Feathers are near Angels appear!

This picture is a really good use of depth of field and rule of thirds. I really like how the light source in the background adds shadows.

I love this picture. First let me say that I LOVE corn! The use of depth of field make for a simple, beautiful, and seemingly effortless shot of the ear of corn.

This is an example of maximum depth of field. The image was taken low enough to obtain all the bicycles as well as making sure they are all in focus, creating as if the bicycles never end.

Deep depth of field. With creating a deep depth a field the image should be in focused and sharp from near to far, that can be achieved by having a wider focal length. Also having a smaller aperture number helps with a deep depth of field.