English Bay Rocks

English Bay Rocks

When you shoot a lot of digital shots with a non-SLR camera, you forget how shallow a depth of field you get with an SLR film camera. This shot would have been better if the log in the foreground was in focus as well, but I had the aperture wide open because of the low light. What I forgot was that wide open means super low depth of field - much more so than with my 990.

As it stands though, I still like the mood of the shot and the green of the rocks contrasted with the very warm and bright log.

Scanned slide, colour correction, sharpening in Photoshop.

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Posted: 2006-10-06 | 11:29





English Bay Rocks

English Bay Rocks

When you shoot a lot of digital shots with a non-SLR camera, you forget how shallow a depth of field you get with an SLR film camera. This shot would have been better if the log in the foreground was in focus as well, but I had the aperture wide open because of the low light. What I forgot was that wide open means super low depth of field - much more so than with my 990.

As it stands though, I still like the mood of the shot and the green of the rocks contrasted with the very warm and bright log.

Scanned slide, colour correction, sharpening in Photoshop.

no geodata found

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35mm Focal Length:
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Posted: 2006-10-06 | 11:29


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