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kristinpeekaboo



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Registered: September 2010
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Date: Mon October 18, 2010
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cees B
Welcome tot the blog Very Big
#1 Mon October 18, 2010 2:04pm

kristinpeekaboo
lol i'm sure you have welcomed me once or twice already, anyways thank you Smile
#2 Mon October 18, 2010 2:16pm

BOBWED
A nice perspective capture. But, you may notice that the lower dead leaf is sharp as is the upper portion of the toad stool higher up. The curious thing is that this means that two different areas are in focus with both supported by the bohek. It seems to me that the bokeh serves to support the focal point or subject of the photo. As it is, the capture seems confused or disjointed to me since the two seperate points that are in focus have nothing to do with one another. Do you see what I mean? It seems to me that it would have been a better choice to put all the capture in focus and fore-went the bokeh altogether. Without the bokeh, I am sure the viewer would have figured out what the focal point is .


Alas, you are the artist. And, I but a failed novice. So whom am I to question?
#3 Mon October 18, 2010 8:27pm

kristinpeekaboo
i think your right lol and i dont know anything about photography as yet...do you mean take the macro settings off ? lol Smile and yes i see what ya mean Smile
#4 Mon October 18, 2010 9:42pm

jbhoy1961
Thumbs Up!
#5 Mon October 18, 2010 11:00pm

BOBWED
Seems to me that you could accomplish the solution either one of two ways. First, change your camera settings which may be hard to do if you are shooting on full auto as I do in my camera (my camera has only two modes and both are auto modes). Or, second, you could simply change your crop to cut off the focused portion at the bottom. That would be my guess. And, it is only a guess. Wish some more experienced member would chime in for some input, here. Would be nice if members were more interested and involved with one another, do you think? Wouldn't ask they be nasty or sarcastic. Just helpful and supportive. Seems you should not have to ask.
#6 Mon October 18, 2010 11:55pm

kristinpeekaboo
i know yea and i very much appreciate your opinions i feel you have had a big part helping me learn thro this..altho there as been sum pics i'm just simply stubborn on and wldnt change anything as sum i like the way they are...but yes i wld prefer if more members wld be more helpful and tell me whats up with my pics and what cld be changed x


ive cropped
#7 Tue October 19, 2010 7:43am




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