Very happy with the results! I am very happy with this course
Yes, it is a much overlooked aspect when rendering. Though I have been wondering recently, do we see like that or is it just an artifact in artificial pictures we have become accustomed to by the invention of photography?
We tend to see things sharply wherever we focus our attention. Any part of what we ‘look’ at is always in focus. One is rarely aware of any out of focus aspect.
So rendering with depth of field is recreating a limitation of photography. Should we?
Nice job putting the effect into practice though.
well, mantaining things out of focus can serve very well to composition in general. It can even be used to tell a narrative in a picture. I think it can be useful to make things look pretty or for the picture not to look aglomerated.