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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi Ozzuians,

I specially dedicate this pic to ozzu, :)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/26214166@N05/2475221345/

Comment, please?


Thanks beforehand. :)
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Other than the cropping and perhaps the panning of this shot i think it's pretty good. Again, the depth of field is quite good here too.

Well done.
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I was attempting depth of field actually. I wasn't sure how exactly the setting was supposed to be. I kept changing, and all of it doesn't look much different. Thanks, Craig. I think I used auto.
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was it really dark in that room? did you also try a few without the flash ... ?
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Yeah, R_T, it was dark in the room. And it was automatic flash i guess. Without flash?, I think i would need manual settings? Not sure how to get a nice shot with manual at the moment. I doubt i would ever use it...actually.
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To control DOF you're going to need to use a larger (as in, smaller number) aperture. Although this will depend on your lens, for great DOF on close ups like that you're going to want anything from f/2.8 to f/1.4.
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I know, But we can't control that, can we?
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lol
You sure can :P
You can either use manual mode or Aperture Priority mode (usually represented as Av on your dial)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi Neksus, thanks for your advice, hmmm got something for you:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/26214166@N05/2483001931/

Just took it, hope you like it. Best view in larger size. Tomorrow is my trip, I will see you later, Thanks. :)

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