The Decoration Depth of Field Isolating a Sub.

© David H. Maywalt

The Decoration   Depth of Field  Isolating a Sub.

Uploaded: December 17, 2013

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ISO 200, 400mm, F/13, 1/10th sec., Isolating a subject, I focused on the Hummingbird attempting to get his eye in focus, using a long telephoto, and the distance from camera to bird was about 12 feet. I used an app for calculation, tried different apertures and liked this one which obscured the magnolia tree the bird was in...except for the branch he lighted upon

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