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Keeping Out Of The Sun

By Samsterhamster
My dog enjoying the breeze through the back door on a scorching hot day.

Tags: General Pets and captive animals

Voters: jamesmoorephotography, richmowil, HarrietH and 3 more

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Please vote for me ....Thanks
Niknut Plus
6 1.4k 71 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 7:53PM
GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin !!!....great shot !!
Thanks Niknut... I'm learning to keep my camera close to hand at all times now lol Grin
GPTek Plus
10 454 1 England
11 Jul 2013 9:59PM
Good use of depth of field, the nose the focus point.

Geoff
Thanks Geoff,
It took a couple of tries I must admit.
I'm still on the Auto Focus stage at the minute, I've tried a few Manual Focus photos but need to work on that.
My friends given me half a dozen good photography books but I never seem to get the time to sit down properly and go through them!
GPTek Plus
10 454 1 England
11 Jul 2013 10:45PM
Auto / manual focus has nothing to do with the depth of field (or focus). Depth of field is the amount of the image in focus in front and behind the point of focus and is determined by the aperture used. The more open the lens aperture (the smaller the number e.g. f4) the shallower the depth of field. Conversely, the more closed aperture (the bigger the number e.g. f22) the greater depth of field.
Take a look at this link to an online camera simulator and try the different settings and then transfer them to you camera and try it for real.

Hope that helps
Geoff
GPTek Plus
10 454 1 England
12 Jul 2013 6:19AM
Found the other link I was looking for, take a look here too
Geoff
Thanx Geoff,
It's still a bit gobblygook to me at the moment.
You have your work cut out for you helping me.... Lol... But I really appreciate it thanx 😃
Cool pic! GrinGrin

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