Have you heard of ‘depth of field’? This phrase might be familiar to photography enthusiasts. Depth of field refers to the distance between the nearest and the farthest objects that makes a particular zone of the photo look sharp and clear. If you can clearly see the the farthest object from the camera, that means it has a deeper or larger depth of field. If objects close to the camera appear sharper, this is a photo with a shallow depth of field. There might be many who would consider this aspect as part of their composition in their illustration process!
We’ve compiled a series of artwork based on today’s feature! Enjoy these hand-drawn visuals with depth of field in mind!