Alternative use for a close-up filter

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    from: Chain me | FotoBlog

    is a close-up 4+ useful in not-close-up shots? yes if your camera has too dof even if you use f2.8...:meh:
    C&C are really welcome!
     
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    noone? :(
     
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    I'm confused, why was a close-up filter necessary?
     
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    'cause i have a bridge camera and it has too little control on the dof. Probably i mistook title and description, something else could be better. The original photo title on my site is Chain me, that's more suitable for it. ;)
     
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    Gotcha! :)

    Cool shot regardless, thanks for sharing.
     
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    thank you ;)
     
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    is the OP asking if a close up filter reduces DOF for a non macro type shot?
     

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