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Like with any other camera you stop it down to a small aperture like f/22, say, of course it depends on the background distance as well. If you go that high, though, you will get light diffraction which will be apparent. The larger the aperture the shallower the depth of field; that is why big apertures like f/1.8 and f/1.4 are usually used for portraits to ...

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