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In this week's Keep Shooting! Monday video I had some great #Cazillion Questions about Lightroom 32 bit vs 64 bit, filters & I go over all of my camera bags and equipment cases.

Watch Camera Bags, Equipment Cases & Lightroom 32 vs 64 bit - Keep Shooting! Monday on YouTube

Do I prefer lens filters or to edit photos in Lightroom/Photoshop? Would upgrading to Lightroom 64 bit help my computer to run faster vs the 32 bi version? Should I rent camera lenses? What camera bag or equipment case should I buy? All of these questions are answered in the video above, Keep shooting!

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0 # Perla Adams 2013-01-14 10:57
Hello Mr. Cazillo:

Thanks to your videos, I understand how aperture it works, however; still, I have a question: How deep (in inch) is the depth of field to a given aperture?

For example, if I am shooting at 100 mm at 2.8 f, how deep (in inches) is the part of the shoot that will be in focus? How deep the part of the shoot that will be in focus with 100 mm at 5.6 f? In other words, if I have a child 5 feet in front of a tree, and I am photographing with a 100 mm lens ( Lens 70-200 at 2.8f), what aperture will allows both (the child and the tree) to be in focus?

If there is a table to evaluate such facts, please, let me know. I assume each lens have their own specification

Thank you
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+1 # Chris Bourne 2013-01-14 20:13
There is a neat calculator here ->
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0 # Perla Adams 2013-01-14 23:40
Thank you very much,

It is exactly what I was looking

Thank you again.
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