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「ColorOS Skills」Mobile Photography World Final Chapter

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Whatsups guys I'm back with another cool article with the same energy and passion as previous article

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Today i am here with an amazing Photography Topic which is on"Mobile Photography World Final Chapter"

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Topic 7. Apertures & DOF

Today Its Final Chapter of Mobile Photography World Series thread.In this article will have alook on Aperture & DOF.Lets don't further waste time & get started.


1. Aperture

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In simple words aperture controls light or in other words is the opening at the front of the lens to allow light to pass through.Mostly Aperture comes in different sizes depending on the phone.You know Aperture is measured in F-Stops or F-numbers E.G F2.2

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Aperture also controls Depth of Field as well and Aperture cannot be changed unlike on a camera.

2. Pupil

Your Pupil will change depending on the light available.If we need more light,the pupil opens to allow more light so we can see.You know too much light and the pupil becomes smaller to restrict light.

Example

01

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DILUTE

02

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CONSTRICTED

3. Fixed Apertures

One of Smartphones limitations,but can be overcome with knowledge

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1. In phone we cannot change the aperture setting

2. Different Phone lenses will have different aperture

3. This can make achieving DOF tricky but is still possible.


4. Aperture F-Stops

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The thing to remember with F-stops is that the higher the number,the smaller the opening on the lens.

1. Apertures are expressed as F.Numbers or F-stops e.g.f1.4,f.2.2 etc.

2. The lower the F-Stop,the wider the aperture is,meaning more light.

3. A lower F-Stop also means we get a shallow Depth of Field.

5. What does The 'F' Stand For ?

The F in f-stop stands for focal,as in the focal length of the lens.An f-stop is calculated by the focal length of the lens divided by iris opening of the aperture.For example,if you have a50mm lens,with an f/2 aperture.divide 50mm/2 =25mm.This 25mm is the actual size of the aperture opening.

6. How to achieve Depth of Field

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1. The Aperture

2. Focal Length

3. Camera To Subject Distance

4. Subject To Background Distance

7. Deep DOF

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A deep depth of field has a sharpness throughout the entire photgraph whch extends from the foreground to the background.Everything looks sharp and crisp.This is used often in Landscapes.

8. Shallow DOF

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A Shallow depth of field has a blurred out of focus background and foreground.DOF extends about 1/3RD in front of the subject and 2/3RDS behind the subject.

9. Plane Of Focus

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In simple words The plane of focus is the distance from the camera at which the sharpest focus is attained or in other words it is where we chose to focus in a photo.Depth of field will extend from this point.

10. Changing Focus

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Aperture controls the depth of field in scene.It doesn't determine focus.We still must still select where the in photo where we want to focus.Depth of field extends from this point.

Tips to achieve DOF

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1. Get closer

2. Zoom in using optical zoom

3. Use telephone lenses

4. Change where you focus

5. Move your subject away from the background.

6. Apps can recreate DOF effect


NOTE:- YOU KNOW THE F-STOP RANGE FOR OUR EYES IS F2-F8.3


Guys,Today we Ended Final Chapter of Mobile Photography Series thread i hope you guys like it,soon will bring more series like this.


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