So, what I did was to take two very similar pictures, three times. For each pair, I took one with a large aperture (and therefore a lower f-stop number, and theoretically a more shallow depth of field… if your eyes glazed over while reading that, don’t worry; just check out the pictures, and you’ll likely see a difference), and I also took one with a smaller aperture (which would reverse all that crap in the previous parentheses).
In any case, just compare the two pictures. The smaller the f-stop number, the more limited the focus should be (which would lead to hopefully pleasantly blurry background, for example… I think):
Actually, if you really do want to figure those out, you can click on the picture and find that information in flickr.
Thanks for reading, and I’ll hope to see you here again next week!
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