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Hi we bought nicon d60 recently.

while taking photoes i observed that,if we focus on the front image the background image gets blurred.if we focus backgroung image the front one gets blurred.iam confused

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You are dealing with "depth of field", or simply put (?), the range from near to far of an image that appears in focus. To increase the depth of focus, the camera must be set to a smaller aperture (higher numbered). Using a wider angle lens helps also. Focusing on the mid-point (near to far range) will also increase the apparent focus range. This is one of the most complicated photographic issues, and much has been written about it. Google "depth of field" for about 4 million explanations.

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