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  1. Kofman13

    Kofman13 TPF Noob!

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    shot on friend's Canon XS w/ 50 mm 1.8 lens

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    I like the 2nd and 3rd.
    However the 1st has too small of a focal point,
    and the 4th has an irritating glare/shine to it.
     
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    Yeah I noticed focal point thing. Thanks for input!
     
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    No problem boss, its actually really similar to one of my photos.
    Is this what you were kind of going for?
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    Kind of. But it's closer to what I got because I wanted a small focal point actually. But maybe a little larger than what i got. Less than yours though. I wanted a few sharp blades among a mass of blur haha
     
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    Beautful pic though man. Oh and that table was really glossy directly in the sun
     
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    I dont know if its lighting, my tired eyes or they are out of focus, but they do not look very sharp, does anyone else agree?
     
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    Well the black and white one is a tad soft but thr bush and crayons look dead on sharp to me
     
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    mrpink No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The Bush, #1 looks the softest to me.
     
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    it didnt turn out exactly as i wanted but #1 i intended it to come out that way, i wanted a mass of softness with a few sharp blades
     
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    The ones you consider sharp, which is debatable are hidden behind a blurry mess. I would try to re shoot that.
    I would be interested in seeing some comparable shots, with your Olympus and your friends camera. same picture, same settings, see what the results are.
     

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