Published: Tuesday 25th of April 2006 11:06:36 PM
It depends on what you wanted to achieve, Jim? This looks perfect to me. I like the blurred effect produced by relatively shallow DOF. I think you were right, it may not have been better with smaller aperture and sharpness from foreground to background. Congratulations, Laurent.
Yes, Jim, I'm not sure either. Perhaps try having the focus area at different planes within the scene to see which works best, or perhaps including some of the surrounding elements. I'm not sure, though. This is a fine photo as it is.
Hi I like Your idea. But i think I would hav had a bit lower camera angle and mayby get focus on a couple in front to get more depth./ Marlene
Thanks I appreciate your taking the time to comment!
Settings Question I shot this @ 1/400 sec, 4.0 f-stop, and ISO 64.I would appreciate comments on what settings I should have used to achieve better results.