This was my dinner at Unos last fall after a photowalk. A photowalk is where you walk and take photos. But instead of doing it by yourself, we do it together and then go eat and swap cameras. Loads of fun!
This photo is a good example of a shallow (or small) depth of field (focus). Only a little of the chicken is in focus, even the front and back of the plate are out of focus. That can be a good thing when you want to make the viewer look at something very specific (like the chicken). The photo was taken at 1/125th of a second, f/stop was f/1.6 and the ISO was 200.