New month, new assignment. Depth of Field. This seems to have come up more than a few times recently. So lets get out there and see what we can come up with. Shallow Depth of Field: Where only a small part of the picture is in focus, everything else is out of focus. Deept Depth of Field: Where everything in the picture is in focus. I think along the way of this assignments thread others can give more of a tutorial, but generally speaking to get a Shallow DOF you want a Big aperture, ie: small number. Like f/4 to f/1.4. To get a deept DOF you want a small aperture, ie: big number. Like f/16 to f/22. I think showing or including EXIFdata is pretty important for those learning, especially for this assignment. The subject in the image can be of anything so long as it fits and shows Depth of Field in either direction. Lets see what we can come up with. We see lots of great shots that fit here and I know many people would like to take shots like them, but don't know how. Well now's everyone's chance to practice and see what their camera can do. Have fun!!!!!