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Mount Leinster

By Hilmar
Would like to know if this image creates a sense of depth of field. Any advice would be appreciated.

Tags: Landscape and travel L andscape travel

Voters: robthecamman, clintQB, RonnieAG and 5 more


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RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
21 Jun 2012 4:09PM
I think there is a sense of DOF enhanced by the inclusion of the cars which also help one to appreciate scale. Had you included some near f/g object like a builder, large tuft of grass, etc. it might have added to depth, but it may be that nothing was immediately available. The alternative would have been to approach nearer to the boulders that are featured and allowed them more prominence.
It's always easy to sit back at home and review an image than it is to find the ideal at the time, but when considering what the final result should convey, scouting around the locale before pressing the shutter is always time well spent.
Ronnie.

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SUE118 Plus
8 8 1 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2012 4:29PM
Yes it does to me and what a superb image.
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
21 Jun 2012 5:19PM
PS.. Have a look at 'scippy's image posted today and you'll see what I was trying in my long winded to get at, Hilda.
Ronnie.
Hilmar 4 Ireland
21 Jun 2012 5:32PM
Thanks for your votes and comments.

Ronnie thanks for your advice. I had a look at the image you referred and I can see you point. It is amazing how hard it can be to find some foreground objects.

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