Depth of Field: Definition

Depth of Field is the range of distance in front of the camera lens inside which objects produce sharp images as seen on the cinema screen when the film is finally projected.

Salt, Barry. “Film Style and Technology in the Thirties.” Film Quarterly 30, no. 1 (1976): 19-32.

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