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Pwitty, but im not entirely sure what is goin on with the focus on this one. strange.;



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Date: Sun July 27, 2008
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Hi, Tom. I'm not familiar with your name so I was going to say welcome to the blog, but I checked out your gallery and see you've been here a while. I will say that putting very many images on the front page at once can knock somebody else off, which loses them opportunity to be viewed and commented upon.

Anyway, I love a good dandelion photo, so thought I'd take a look at this one. Your note at top speaks fo the focus on this. I suggest that what we see is because your camera is set to f/3.2, a fairly wide aperture, which produces a smaller depth of field, and it focused at the first thing the autofocus could find, which is the nearer fluff stuff. 3.2 would seem like a larger depth of field if the subject were farther away, but because this one is (I'd guess) closer, the relative focus is more compressed.

#1 Sun July 27, 2008 2:25pm

sounds about right, sorry about the multiple upload thing, didn't mean to piss on any1's parade. just haven't used the site in ages and was excited to get a few photos up. I will be more considerate in the future.
#2 Sun July 27, 2008 2:41pm

angela taylor
Great shot. Angela
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#3 Mon May 23, 2011 11:34am

Great shot.
#4 Mon October 29, 2012 9:15pm

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