varied focus

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  1. dalebe

    dalebe TPF Noob!

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    i just thought i would try the same subject but at different focal lengths, how do you think they look
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    I like them all. I think my favorite is #1 though. Cool garden, and the focus feels spot on on that one.
     
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    I really like that last one actually. The only thing I wouldn't do is put everything direct center on that one. Its kinda boaring that way. It needs something to make it interesting.
     
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    great series...love the first one best.....really colorful..!!
     
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    thanks guys for the kind comments and feedback.
     
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    neat project and great shots! what were the focal lengths in each?
     
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    This is like photobook material :).
    Very nice garden, and I like the "growing symmetry" as you get closer and closer to that column (would you call that a column?) - but then I must also agree with Karissa on the fact that this very object isn't quite the one to catch ones attention in the third. Still, the focal length chosen for the third is "my favourite", thought the first photo "tells most".
     
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    thanks jonmikal! for your kind comments! focal lengths being usaually associated with lens focal length, i had the same effect using varied DOF, the first was shot at f8, and zooming in closer the second was f5.6, and zoomed right in i opened up to f2.8 using aperture priority.
     
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    thanks to lafoto.
     
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    Number three :thumbup:
     
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    very nice!!! :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :smileys:
     
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    i like #3
    it's so cool

    thanks (^_^)
     

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