Downy Woodpecker and Choosing Aperture (Two Photographs)

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More often that not I want a shallow depth of field that highlights my subject. That said I sometimes need a smaller aperture to ensure the depth of field captures all of my subject or important context. It’s not entirely guesswork, there is an element of skill based on practice. But it is something I have to re-learn every spring!

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