Flutter By

Uploaded: August 22, 2007

Description

In my friend's garden mid-afternoon.

Manual exposure
1/125 @ F13
Focal length 105mm


Comments

Mary E. Heinz August 27, 2007

I think this is very beautiful and I noticed it looks like "portrait" style
mode..Is that due to mostly the Focal
length?

I've done "portrait" mode///but I'm either
not close enough to the subject/ and/ or
the background is not far away as it should be to produce that look...

and for now my Focal Length is 35mm-80mm #724020

Beverly J. Speed September 12, 2007

Hi Mary!

The 105 AF Micro-Nikkor is a great macro lens. It has a 1:1 reproduction ratio from a shooting distance of 1 foot.

I can get the same results with my 60mm macro lens, but (as you've already noted) I do need to get much closer to the subject.

My D70 has a macro and portrait mode, but I haven't experimented much with those features to offer any help.

Thanx for your comment. I hope this helped.

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