This month I am introducing a new series on the Images from Neil Corman blog entitled f/22. The word f/22 relates to an aperture setting on a camera lens. In simple terms, the greater the number the more depth of field you will see in an image. When you have an image which uses an aperture of f/2.8 you will normally see elements in the background of the main subject which are out of focus as there is a shallow depth of field in the photograph.
While using an aperture of f/22 not only provides a great depth of field or broader view within a photograph, but it can also be looked at as a worldly view as well. To share this worldly view, each month I will profile a photographer which may be new you as you read the interview. As new photographers are introduced within this series you will gain a worldly view of many talented photographers who concentrate their work in many various areas.
Look for the first entry later today, and on the 22nd of every month.