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Shutter Speed: 1/160
I pasted one image over the other in Photoshop, and then meticulously masked out the unfocused areas from the one on top. in a few places, the background was a slightly different color in one image due to the amount of lens blur on the pixels, but a little bit of healing brush fixed that quickly. It took kind of a long time, but now I have a nearly perfect depth of field: one that encompasses my entire subject (almost; there are still a few spots out of focus), but one that still throws the background into a nice, non-distracting bokeh.
After the masking was completed, I flattened the image and treated it like a single photo to continue post-processing.
Have any good depth of field shots? They don't have to be DoF hacks, just post links in the comments!