Aperture Practice

Finally i was asked to demonstrate an understanding of how manipulating an aperture affects an images aesthetic. I did many shoots to practice this technique but struggled due to the camera i was using (canon d450). I was using full stop numbers, f22 f16 f11 f8 f5.6 f4. However the camera only went to f5.6 so i struggled to show the affects within my images. On the other hand because of this i am going to re-shoot using aperture techniques using my own camera to see if i can provide a better result.  These are the results i have gathered so far.
To do this task i had to pick a focus point, keep my camera in the same place at all times and change the aperture by a full stop whilst doing this i had to adjust the shutter speed to compensate and take another correctly exposed frame each time. I have picked out the best two images which i believe to demonstrate how aperture affects an images aesthetic.
I believe these images show the affect because within the first image f22 you see everything is in focus and sharp, however in the second image f5.6 you see a greater depth of field and only the main focus is sharp producing that the aperture scale is creating a whole new affect upon the images.

f5.6 1/400
f5.6
1/400
f22 1/20
f22
1/20
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Olivia Bates

My aim is to delve in to the alliance between fashion and people so I can explore the link between the subjects in order to communicate my image I have the ability to approach any difficult situation and solve any problems to find resolutions in order to work efficiently. I can manage situations, communicate honestly and have a trustworthy manner as I am expressive and take no nonsense which allows me to get the job done. Please contact me at; livbates93@gmail.com and visit my website; www.oliviabatesphotography.foliohd.com

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