Public Event in T.O./ C & C please /no.2

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  1. coreduo

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    not sure, but it looks like you're focused on her shoulder.
     
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    Thanks, rob!
     
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    When I take impromptu photos like this, and I'm using a really wide aperture, I try to take at least 3 or so, because my camera will generally miss the focus on one or two and I want to make sure that I get the shot. Narrow depths of field make for tough focusing.
     
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    Ya, I really need help when it comes to depth of field and aperture. Thanks!
     
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    rule #1 of shallow DOF photos is always focus on the eyes.
     
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    Okey. I will remember that.
     
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    I have had a play with it and it can be made to look a lot better, not reposted because it does not say OK TO EDIT, but it is underexposed and can be made to look sharper
     
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    how does one change that option, I must be overlooking it.
     
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    I'm not saying it will look fantastic but i think Coredue would like it
     
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    True. I gave it a go also, and it's definitely better... I still think the focus was on the shoulder.
     

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