FOCUS: APERTURES, LENSES, AND DEPTH OF FIELD
PHOTOGRAPH © SEAN WILKINSON Untitled, 1999, Paris,from Traces
FOCUS: THE SECOND PHOTOGRAPHIC ELEMENT
Have you ever seen a painting you identified as “Photorealistic?” What was the primary quality of that painting that made it most like a photograph? The answer: the quality of focus it depicts. What sets Photorealistic paintings apart is that they depict a scene the way a camera would see it, and photographs, no matter how closely they seem to approximate ...