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July 21, 2011 - 30 went

Guided Photo walk at Pheasant branch park

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Added by Hugh
on Jul 22, 2011.


  • Hugh

    Depth of field control is hard to do with a camera that's mostly automatic. I think one would normally open the f-stop, but here we got the camera close to the flower and focused on the petals. The camera did the rest automatically, and luckily.

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  • A former member

    Real nice. Actually I believe the majority of compact cameras (except for like Canon Gxx and maybe some others?) don't have actual variable apertures, but a neutral density filter instead. So even if you can 'set' the aperture you can't control dof that way. Dof gets shallower as you get closer though.

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