35 Coolest Depth Of Field Photos to Chase Those Monday Blues

Depth of field is a creative technique in photography that brings out the focus of a particular matter in the image. Most commonly known as DOF, it is the total distance between the nearest and furthest object that appears reasonably sharp in photography. There are three factors pertaining to the effect of the depth of field – lens focal length, aperture and shooting distance.

35 Depth of field inspiration


Such a technique gives a three-dimensional effect to the image, making the object look as though it’s popping out of the photograph. Most of these images are usually close ups, where textures and details are extremely conspicuous. These characteristics, depth, textures and details of the image, allows you to develop a deeper understanding and adds some emotional value for the subject in focus. Today, we have picked out 35 interesting depth of field photos especially for you.

Have a visual feast!

35 Coolest Depth Of Field Photos

Loosing my Religion
Girl desaturated

Freedom
Free

Tribal Instinct
Tribal instinct

Splash!
Splash

Words Of Love
Lovers on the boat

Corridor
Wet grass

Railway
Girl on Tracks

Mini Water Tower
Grass dew

Smoke
Smoke

Mannequin
Manequin

Soft Pink Smoke
Soft pink smoke

Lines and Perspective
Light and symmetry

Baby's Foot
Baby's foot

Troy
Ropes

Noodles
Bowl of food

Practice Makes Perfect
Orange

Droplets
Droplets

Smoke
Cigrette

Amber
Amber

Camouflage
Frog

Curls
Girl's Back

Dairy
Dairy

Two Wheels
Bicycle

Butterfly Kisses
Baby

Iced Rowan
Redfruit

Pretty Beak
Bokeh bird

Siberian Tiger
Siberian Tiger

Tail Art
Tail

Dew Droplets
Dew

Flowers For You
Green parrot

In The Woods
Girl in woods

Flamingos
Flamingo

Summer Is Leaving
Summer is leaving

Snapping Away?

We hope you like the chosen set of bokeh images. Mastering this technique may not be easy, but when you manage to achieve it, you are able to create a whole new spectrum of stunning visuals. It takes lots of practice, trial and error to achieve such an effect. Whip out your camera and try it yourself today!

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