Fresh out of the dark room

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by PreludeX, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. PreludeX

    PreludeX TPF Noob!

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    not bad for dof! :wink:
     
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    Well done!

    I'm still figuring out the whole DOF thing but i'm slowly getting there. :)
     
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    not bad :)
     
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    its fairly simple, i took mine with at 50mm, and the first one(blurred) the aperture was at f4 and with a faster shutter and the second one the aperture was at f22 with a slower shutter speed.. both tripod mounted also!
     
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    Ahh you've got it easy mate!

    I'm doing it all on a Compact Camera, Canon Powershot S45! :)
     
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    ahh, well atleast its a canon :p(thats all i shoot :p)
    umm, im not sure if theres a depth of field option on there or not. but if there is the way i understand it is, you use that option, then choose the first object to focus on. then you choose the other object to focus on and it should do it for you from there... wish i could help, but ive never used powershots let alone very many digital cameras(upper am- to pro)
     
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    Those shots are simple but very effective. I like them a lot.
     
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    yeah, simple was the point, but also, if you notice, i pulled more than the three things in focus... ive never really noticed that before...
     
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    Here's my first real stab at DOF...

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    DocFrankenstein Clinically Insane?

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    OMG!

    I thought it was a double focus image :D
     

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