NHL, I posted my seagulf to enhance the difference between depth of field with a digital camera and film slr.
My bird might not be a pirme example because of the cheapo lense used, thus some parts are a bit fuzzy which I doubt the should have been.
I noticed before that digital cameras lack in between aperture steps, for instance with your seagullf. So my question was this; If this narrowed down range of f numbers (for instance f2.8 upto f 8) would be sufficient on digital cameras because of smaller image capture plane, shouldn't there be equal amount of steps to set DOF as with normal film?
(Instead of using the same as in film and jumping with major steps through DOF tuning?)