Posted by Tracey of These Nine Acres (Maryland, United States) on 10 December 2008 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.
A series on winter textures
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Stunning, outstanding dof and point of view. Nice one.
10 Dec 2008 3:42pm
I repeat what Graham said: outstanding use of DOF. Well done1
10 Dec 2008 4:17pm
This is just so pretty. Love the shallow DoF.
10 Dec 2008 4:42pm
great DoF - it really works well with the bright red colors in the foreground and background.....
10 Dec 2008 5:50pm
Superb use of DOF. A lovely shot Tracey!
10 Dec 2008 5:59pm
Beautiful Tracey, I love the focus and colour in this shot.
10 Dec 2008 8:15pm
I agree; great depth of field. As is is 2.8 it may be straight out of the camera, but just wondering if the DOF is enhanced in the post processing of it as well? I don't have anything that will go to 2.8, so I am also jealous. :-)
11 Dec 2008 1:29pm
@Bonj: Hey Bonj, thanks for the comment! No, the DOF is not enhanced in any way whatsoever. The only manipulation was soft light layer and contrast adjustment. Oh, and I resized and sharpened for web. I actually have a 50 mm lens that goes to 1.8! Gotta love those shallow DOF! Also, remember the DOF depends on the focal length of the lens and the distance from the camera to the subject, so it is just more than the aperture! Hugs...
Yes, these wide apertures work a wonderful magic I have a 180mm f/2.8 that I would use more often if it were not so heavy !
12 Dec 2008 12:27am
Beautiful color, great dof.
12 Dec 2008 1:35am
Super. What an enormously clever use of DOF.
12 Dec 2008 3:30am
12 Dec 2008 5:56am
Thanks and the teacher/tutor is showing. :-) Definitely a good thing, especially with this topic. I still need to find a place in my brain to upload all of the photo info I can find and put a Google Search Engine on it, so I can quickly retrieve all of it. Who knows "Google Brain" might be their next product, but not sure where I'll find the memory upgrade.
13 Dec 2008 2:38pm
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