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Taken in my backyard today
IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
3888x2592px 2.24 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
Shutter Speed
1/197 second
Aperture
F/5.6
Focal Length
55 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Jan 10, 2010, 2:23:45 PM
Lens
EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Published:
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TThealer56's avatar
:clap:
Nice and vibrant! :nod:
MickeyMouse-ACE's avatar
thanks :) . it seams a little blurry on the right side of the first flower. have any idea how I can change that when Im taking a photo?
TThealer56's avatar
Use a smaller aperture. It will increase your depth of field, or if you prefer "depth of focus". One thing you have to realize, although photographs are 2 dimensional, the focus is "depth" as far as distance from the lens, or more correctly the camera's focal plane. What dictates the depth of focus is the aperture that the lens is set at and the focal length of the lens. Also some autofocus cameras tend to focus towards the close, rather than the far. So you might try putting your focus point on the farthest feature of the subject, say the petals of a flower towards the back of the flower, half way depress the shutter trigger, this should cause the autofocus to "Set", then without letting up on the trigger, frame your shot and depress on the trigger the rest of the way. Look at your results in the preview display. :nod:
MickeyMouse-ACE's avatar
ok sweet. thank you :)