The aperture of a lens determines how much light it allowed through. It also changes the depth of field. A wider opening creates a more shallow depth and a smaller opening creates a much deeper depth.
That’s what I played around with this time around.
This first one with a shallow depth, I took at the Sugar City Cemetery.
This next one I took At my home. We’re watching a neighbors bird while they’re out of town.
My last shallow depth image was taken at my home. I collect old film gear, so I took my favorite projector and set it up on my kitchen counter with a black board behind it.
Moving onto deep depth, I set out driving around Rexburg and got the following shot.
Then I messed up and stopped paying attention and the rest of these were shot with a f/5.6 aperture. . .The same aperture of my shallow depth shots. They may not be as deep as they could be, but they still look pretty good. Anyway, here they are.