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Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by Royal, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. Royal

    Royal TPF Noob!

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    CC is welcome.

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  2. Goontz

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    I'm unsure of number 1. I don't think such a shallow DOF does much for the shot, it isn't particularly interesting to me. Number 2 seems a little out of focus and is very soft.
     
  3. DigitalScape

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    I agree with Kevin. The first image needs more DOF (and I am not too sure on the composition - can't put my finger on just what to change). The second image is too soft. This may be caused by camera motion is this was a hand held shot (1/9 of a second shutter speed is going to induce camera motion on hand held shots).
     
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    Second picture is one strange looking deck.
     
  5. Royal

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    Thanks..lol. Yea, I don't know why the flower one is in there... brain fart i guess.
     

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