I’m still working on depth of field, especially on wide-area shots. I had come to a good understand of it with macro-shots of herps, but I haven’t had a chance to photograph many of those in Ohio and Georgia. Not only is setting the correct aperture for a shot important here, but composure can obviously make or break the photograph. I’ve taken a few shots in the past when an out-of-focus foreground rock draws the eye to the broader landscape, which was my intention here but with reduced success.
This is, again, Bear’s Den in Mill Creek Park.