Aperture. A word I've come to love. I simply love aperture. First off, my homework for my Digital Photography class inspired this post completely. As you all might have guessed... it is my favorite class. The class I actually hate leaving. Yeah, well you should suspect a photographer might like a photography class. Completely blew my mind, who knew!? So anyways back to this word aperture, our assignment was to shoot at different apertures. With that said, I did just that realizing aperture was an amazing thing. Although I've always known aperture was an amazing, but it really hit me this time, aperture is the thing I concentrate most on when I'm shooting. As I love the way my 50mm f/1.4 lens expresses aperture at it's finest. I love the images it produces, AH.
As I defined to the class this is exactly why I bought this lens because it can have an aperture as wide as 1.4 with a very short or small depth of field which creates such meshed together backgrounds, AKA bokeh, although I can't wait until the day I have the 50mm f/1.2. :) So anyways I just thought I'd let you all know how much I love aperture, and shooting with my 50mm f/1.4, and if you are considering buying, I would highly recommend it. Everyone in my photography class is fascinated by it, and asking me tons of questions. It's a great lens. :)
Here's my assignment, as I compared the apertures while shooting an old camera I stumbled upon, which was my grandfather's. As I've started to have this new love for old cameras and can't wait to collect more. I'm in LOVE with old vintage things now. :) The image on top is shot with a f/1.4 aperture, which is definitely my style of shooting, as the image on the bottom is shot with a f/9 or f/16. Enjoy :)
I love this. As I wanted to show I definitely love shooting with larger apertures. AS yes, this may be confusing, larger apertures are smaller numbers, that produce a smaller depth of field. Photography world is crazy, but you gotta love it.
And I'll end with this one, that I showed to the class to show them more of my style. I love Bokeh :)
Now off to write a bio on my favorite photographers!
AH, so many to choose from. Stay tuned for my weddings coming soon to the blog!