Frisch's law of photography

Frisch's law of photography states that: Any photographer/cinematographer will inherently seek out the format with the least apparent depth of field as his preferred choice.

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In digital photography and cinematography (where there are no film cost implications to increasing the size of the image sensor format) each subsequent format that replaced a previous one has had an increase in size of the sensor, and because of this, less inherent depth of field.

It is named after Swedish cinematographer Adam Frisch, FSF.

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