If you shoot both FF and APS-C, how do you mentally adjust to the change in depth of field?

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Schleiermacher Senior Member • Posts: 2,369
Re: If you shoot both FF and APS-C, how do you mentally adjust to the change in depth of field?
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My rule of thumb is that there’s one stop of difference to achieve similar depth of field with the two sensor sizes. As a general practice, that seems to woek for me.

matt

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