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Using a Wide-Angle Lens on Your Digital Camera

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Increase depth-of-field.

At any given aperture, wide-angle lenses provide a lot of depth-of-field, allowing you to picture a larger range of subject matter without the distracting blurriness of objects (see this figure).

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