Saturday, January 5, 2013

wide depth of field - in Savannah
Different POVs...
or rather depths of field.
I know I have posted the one photo - where the post is in focus and the background is not.
I felt these were two good examples of depth of field. Both narrow and wide.
Funny, I seem to gravitate towards the narrow view - a more selective focus. I don't know why, I just like the look. 
And no, I do not consider myself to be narrow-minded!

It has been very cold here and I haven't been able to get out and shoot any photos - which is driving me crazy because I have projects due!
Maybe that is why I posted these two. 
I am going over f-stops, shutter speeds and hyperfocal values in my sleep.

narrow depth of field - in Savannah

Both of these photos were taken in the Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah. The place is beautiful and peaceful. I just want to go back and visit! 
Anytime you have moss dripping from the trees, that can't be a bad thing.

OK. It is late. Just wanted to post something. I will be glad when I can get out and capture something new! Both photos are pretty much as is, SOOC. No editing. (wow, me? not edit??!)
I am working on getting images in the camera within a certain guideline or technique. In the long run it will make me a better photographer even if I know I can do most of this in CS6...boy it sure is different coming into this from the back door!! Definitely a challenge.

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  1. I definitely prefer the wider depth. Definitely because maybe I am the nosy type, or just curious. I want to know what else is there, waiting around the corner or further down the road. I can appreciate the difference though and the amount of learning you are doing. Thank God it's not me, haha. You are doing great, Amy.

  2. I can't tell you how many times, I've gone through the aperture lessons from my husband and from books. I try and think I have an understanding, but when I get out to a real photo op, I get flustered. Takes me too darn long to go through the process in my head. I know I need to practice more and you're pushing me to do it.
    I like both shots. The scenery is magnificent!


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