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Considering a general acceptable fact, depth of field decreases, as image gets nearer to camera. This means that as focal point reaches closer to lens, achievable scope of depth of field ebbs. On other side, if image is far enough distant from camera, and for digital cameras, this must not be very far, depth of field approaches out to infinity. Another important point to be noted is that depth of field is proportional to lens opening.
Having discussed above important aspects of light and depth of field of a digital camera, it is clear that minute details make such great subjects whose knowledge becomes equally important for making appropriate use of fantastic device, digital camera! And digital camera, light and depth of field comes out to be such important factors that can make all difference if a photographer remains oblivious about this knowledge. A small factor thus can meal a big divergence!
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