I guess it’s only normal that as a landscape and nature photographer, I struggle more with obtaining enough depth of field, than having too much of it. :) Using a fast prime lens “wide open” as it is called for a very shallow depth of field has a charm on its own of course – I just don’t do it very often because honestly… getting the focus right is not easy! :-)
Here are three photos from a little walk at South Cardiff State Beach with Toni, the camera and a fast “nifty fifty” lens:
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