Take Two

Two different focal points at reduced depth of field, just for a bit of fun:



  1. I’m in awe of someone who can actually CONTROL the photographic process! An interesting pairing, and as always a perfectly cooperative and perfectly placed subject in the pink flowers.

    • Sue

      Hastily taken, not my best…but thanks very much for your comment, Meg, because I’m feeling a bit despondent about my recent photographic creations….there’s always something I should have paid more attention to, some detail I overlooked. You’ve cheered me up for a moment!!

  2. Ah, the fun of depth of field. Gives great opportunity of making the image our own. A bright post in many ways Sue 😀

  3. I prefer the first one. The barrels is full of details and the blurred flowers gives a good ambience. Beautiful!👌

  4. Nice combo, Sue. It’s fun to play around with focus and apertures sometimes.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. Fun is always fun having 😀

  6. Hi! Love the pretty flowers. Thanks for showing the difference between the two shots. Did you get the two different results by staying focused on same subject but changing the aperture?

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