With the Canon Film SLR 28-80 mm lens with sunfilter (I think it has zero impact on focal length) what should be my aperture settings, if I have to take pictures of people in crowd and restaurant to ensure only my subject gets the focus. How to calculate it?
apologies for not clear input to get help:
- My camera is Canon EOS 300v
- It has Auto Metering, which I tried (trial and error way)
- ISO 200 is the film in my camera
- Sunlight ranges from cloudy to restaurant dim lights inside restaurant ( no significant sunlight).
Yes I have been taking it by trial and error and seems like a dumb with all the calculations I see on Google. I am not able to tell what I should be setting for a person 15 feet away in the crowd to a person 5 feet away (stationary and moving slowly and in another case subject is my nephew on a moped). The filter is daylight SKYLIGHT filter 58 mm. My problem is being Film camera I am not able to remember the settings to understand the technique better any ideas on that as well.