High-key C&C

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Noxire, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. Noxire

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    I think this could be improved using a smaller aperture so that more of the shoe is within the DOF, rather than just the toe.
     
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    Also, did you use a low shutter speed? It looks like there was some camera shake that occurred when you pressed the shutter. The shoe lace has a ghost just to the right of it that appears like it was caused by a lower shutter speed.
     
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    2nd on the smaller aperture. Only the toe is in focus, the rest is very soft. With shots like this, its pretty essential to have the entire subject in focus, I think.
     
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    I used tripod and remote shutter-release so it was most definitely no camera-shake.

    agree on aperture, I'll redo it and post update
     
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    If your going for a product shot here then yes the whole shoe definitely needs to be in focus.
     

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