Friday, April 29, 2011
One huge advantage DSLRs have over point and shoots is the ability to control the depth of field. (P&S cameras can be controlled to some extent, but not nearly as well). Here are two photos of the same thing that show the difference. One draws your attention to the leaves in the foreground, while the other focuses on the fountain in the background. Couldn't decide which way I liked best, so I thought I'd do a side-by-side to show the difference.