Discussion in 'Photography Techniques' started by BillN, Feb 13, 2012.
at f36 - 1/10th sec - ISO 800
at f5 - 1/400 sec - ISO 800
I agree the second one is a bit nicer, looks like you also either cropped it down a bit or got closer to the spider.
Exemplary demo of dof.
both exactly the same distance and uncropped
second one taken 24 secs after the first
taken at extreme - f36 to illustrate DOF
Looking at it closer I see that. Nice work.
Wow, I haven't realized that the wide-open aperture created an "illusion" that the spider is closer. I also thought it was cropped! Nice...
Well, that's interesting. Thanks
It's just like the tilt-shift illusion where it makes things look tiny by just blurring some of the background.
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