School of Photography

Helping YOU take better pictures...

one frame at a time

If a photograph is two-dimensional, understanding depth of field gives you a measure of control over the third dimension.


Mastering it will give you more ability to render photographs with clarity and directness.


Are you having difficulties know which lens with which aperture will provide the results that you want?


Mastering D.O.F. presentation is all about learning about your lenses, their behaviours and characteristic so that you will know exactly what to expect.


What You’ll Learn:


What is Depth of Field?

Focal Length

Aperture

1/3 – 2/3 rule

Subject Distance Relationship

HyperFocal Distance

Creating Artistic Effects

Demonstrations will be provided.


Who Should Attend:


Everyone who is struggling with D.O.F.



(This Class is for Advance to Emerging Professional Photographers)    

Cost:   $ 50.00   - plus H.S.T.

Class size: Minimum 3 Students

Class size: Maximum 10 Students

3 hours long

1 Classes


Prerequisite for this class:

Photo 201 or equivalent knowledge



What to Bring:


     •     D.S.L.R. Camera & Lenses

     •     Fully Charged Battery

     •     Tripod (if you have one)

     •     Pen and Paper

2019 Dates:


January:


Wednesday Jan. 9th - 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

At 38 Orfus Road

Classroom 165

Mastering Depth-of-Field


Number of Students


MASTERING DEPTH-OF-FIELD

MASTERING

DEPTH-OF-FIELD

Mastering D.O.F. Outline

What is Depth of Field?

Focal Length

Aperture

1/3 – 2/3 rule

Subject Distance Relationship

HyperFocal Distance

Creating Artistic Effects

Demonstrations

Shooting in Class

     

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