Lustre

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  1. KizaHood

    KizaHood TPF Noob!

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    No, I didn't set anuthing up! This is a real bulb cover in one rural restaurant.

    Light conditions were very tricky, but I believe someone may find this one at least funny.

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    Zenit-12
    Fuji Superia 100
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  2. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Umm do you want critique on this photo??

    Seeing as though you said the lighting conditions were pretty tough, I'd say you did pretty well in that area. Though the background is too busy for my liking and is rather distracting. Also the depth of field is a little bit shallow, the back corner of the grater isn't sharp and I reckon that as the focus of the photo it should all pretty much be sharp. But very interesting subject!
     
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    KizaHood TPF Noob!

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    Yeah, you're right.
    The background is too close, so at f4 the bokeh is distracting; but, considering the angle which this lustre is making relative to the camera, using f2 or f2.8 would make lustre sharpness even worse. Struggling between lustre sharpness and too close background, I've picked f4 as some "medium solution".
     

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