Depth of field refers to the range of distance that appears acceptably sharp. A wider depth-of-field means that nearly everything in the scene is always in focus. Whereas a narrow depth-of-field means that only the main subject in focus is sharp and rest all the things are blurred or out of focus.
The three main elements that help you control the depth of field are
Focusing on a closer subject will give a narrow or less depth of field than when you focus on a subject at a distance. To achieve desired depth of field you can combine aperture and focal length to widen or reduce overall depth of field.
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