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Try a shallow depth of field for close-ups

Wider aperture settings, which are lower f/stop numbers (for example, f/2.8 or f/3.5), create shallow depth-of-field images. This type of depth of field allows you to blur elements of your photo while focusing on something specific — giving it more emphasis, such as focusing on the Italian grapes framed by the blurred leaves.

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