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  1. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    Nice shot Manda, extreme depth of field, was it shot on a pier?
     
  3. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    nope
    a seat with an iron sculpture fency thing behind
    thanks alexander
     
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    Great shot Manda. How about some details about how you shot this. Digital? Film? F stop? I really dig it.
     
  5. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    Nice shot. I really like the blue and the orange. More details on the equip please.
     
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    Nice shot, It is very interesting to look at!
     
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    Very interesting shot. Please more tech info.

    I like the unique angle and position of the shot. the detail and depth of field is superb.
     
  8. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    im never good at this because i dont write things down and have a shocking memory
    its shot with my canon digital G3 on about 2.5

    with the macro setting on
    seems to be you have to set it to macro to get good depth of field with this camera

    thanks for the comments guys
     
  9. captain-spanky

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    well it's more interesting than the one i did for the comp when i first joined this place.. :)
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    I love the colours in the background of yours... and the direction is really cool too :)
     
  10. oriecat

    oriecat work in progress

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    But Manda, you have virtually no depth of field in this shot (which I really really like! It's fabulous.) Maybe you have it flipped?
     
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    I must agree. I would argue that the depth of field is very short. There are a lot of items in the background, but the background appears as a single depth.

    Some depth appears on the board, but I can definitely tell this was a macro shot.
     
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    hey, I've been trying similar angles to yours in the past week or so. These angles give very good outcomes even if there's nothing really that special in the frame.

    But I really wish mine could be as good as yours. My backgrounds usually come out too blurry. how'd you get that background so 'sharpish'? If I took the same pic, the background orange wouldn't have shown any detail whatsoever.
     

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