Worked from home so no street photos today. I did, however, photograph in the backyard while grilling hamburgers for lunch.
The first three images are showing how change in aperture affects depth-of-field. The focus point is roughly the same in all three pictures — the leaves of the vine on camera left.
In the first picture taken at f/2, the background is a dreamy blur and little is readily identifiable. The clothesline isn’t even visible.
The second image, I shot at f/8. With the deeper depth-of-field background objects are recognizable, but the main subject is still draws the attention of the viewer.
Closing the lens down to f/16, the depth-of-field is deep enough that the background is clear. In fact a lower resolutions or magnifications, it’s not clear what the main subject is.
This image is of hostas that I’ve taken before. This time, however, I’m photographing them from above.
This petunia was sneaking in from the neighbours backyard.