Fort Barrancas

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  1. M @ k o

    M @ k o TPF Noob!

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    Still learning DOF, bare with me.
     
  2. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    The first shot is my favourite, looks like a black mist on the floor
     
  3. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    First two... of the corridor... :drool2:
    Love them! and I really like the look of the third one but I can't really tell what it is. A drawbridge sort of thing?
     
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    M @ k o TPF Noob!

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    Thx Cruzin and Meysha. The film is alittle better lookin, my scanner suckz. But thatz ok, it just pushes me more into getting a 20D. I also have one in color, I should
    of focused alittle better closer in tho , sorry. I'll go back someday and take another shot of it.

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    Yes, thatz a drawbridge. I guess they use to close them in battle just like the movies.
    I have a picture of the bricks on the wall outside of the Fort. Pretty cool lookin. Showz alot of bullet holes and damage. Check it out. Oh yeah... These shotz were taken on my lunch break, I actually should of had my tripod. All the hallway shotz were hand held @ 1/15th. Thx for lookin.... cya

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  5. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Some cool shots here mako.
    If you want max. DOF place your focus point about 1/3 of the way into the frame while using a small aperture like f16. and make sure you aren't too close to the closest point in the frame.
     
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    ... Amazing.. I love 'em. Great job man!
     
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    great shots, interesting plcae!
     

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