Depth of Field

by Natasha Osborne October. 16, 2017 470 views

Below are the images of the coins that we took. We were playing around with where we focused and the angle of the camera.

Here we focused on the centre of the coins, as you can the main focus is on the 10p coin.

Here we focused on the centre of the coins, as you can the main focus is on the 10p coin.

Here we postioned the camera, directly above the coins, so that we could get all the coins in shot and in focus.

Here we postioned the camera, directly above the coins, so that we could get all the coins in shot and in focus.

Here the focus was aimed at the coins at the furthest point from the camera.

Here the focus was aimed at the coins at the furthest point from the camera.

Next are the images of the Action Figures. We decided to pull up a background from the internet and try to get the figures to work with the chosen background. By moving the figures closer and further away from the camera, and moving the angle of the camera to make it as realistic as possible, the following are the outcomes we came up with.

Here we have the action figure in focus and at the right field of depth as he doesn't look too big or too small in respect to the size of the objects in the background.

Here we have the action figure in focus and at the right field of depth as he doesn't look too big or too small in respect to the size of the objects in the background.

This shot was taken to show how we had managed to fool the viewer into beliving the action figures actually fit into the background. This image shows how we managed to do this.

This shot was taken to show how we had managed to fool the viewer into beliving the action figures actually fit into the background. This image shows how we managed to do this.

Portrait shot of the action figure all in focus. We brought the figure closer to the camera, so he looked bigger and more intimidating in the shot.

Portrait shot of the action figure all in focus. We brought the figure closer to the camera, so he looked bigger and more intimidating in the shot.

Here was the shot type where we wanted the action figures face in focus, with their outstretched hand out of focus.

Here was the shot type where we wanted the action figures face in focus, with their outstretched hand out of focus.

This was the shot where we were aiming for the action figure's outstretched hand to be in focus, but for their face to be out of focus.

This was the shot where we were aiming for the action figure's outstretched hand to be in focus, but for their face to be out of focus.

This is the over the shoulder shot type where the Bull action figure is out of focus and the superhero action figure is in focus.

This is the over the shoulder shot type where the Bull action figure is out of focus and the superhero action figure is in focus.

Here was the over the shoulder shot where the Bull action figure is in focus and the other one is out of focus.

Here was the over the shoulder shot where the Bull action figure is in focus and the other one is out of focus.







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