Isolation apertures with wide-angle views

Usually when we think isolation apertures (singular-theme apertures; extra shallow depth of field), we think telephoto and narrow-angle view. Wide-angle lenses are rarely thought of as subject-isolating with shallow depth of field, mainly because of its nature of providing a wide view that encompasses a wider vision of a scene onto the frame, which can many times act to distract from the main subject rather than better accentuate it.

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