Category Archives: Depth of Field

Countdown to 2021 (12)

This is what I see out of the window today – rather gloomy, to say the least. ‘Cooped up indoors’ is becoming all too regular, and watching the weather in the streets hardly makes for an exciting life…. linked to

Countdown to 2021 (12)

This is what I see out of the window today – rather gloomy, to say the least. ‘Cooped up indoors’ is becoming all too regular, and watching the weather in the streets hardly makes for an exciting life…. linked to

Another take on Shallow Depth of Field

I usually have my focus on the close subject, with the distance out of focus, but occasionally I change that around, and focus on the distance. I may play around with that today, but for now here are some oldies:

Another take on Shallow Depth of Field

I usually have my focus on the close subject, with the distance out of focus, but occasionally I change that around, and focus on the distance. I may play around with that today, but for now here are some oldies:

2020 Photo Challenge: #24 – Close up/ Macro

BeeThis week, Jude has stated: This week’s assignment – We are looking at the shallow depth of field again this week to get close up to your subject. Use either a macro lens OR the macro setting on your camera

2020 Photo Challenge: #24 – Close up/ Macro

BeeThis week, Jude has stated: This week’s assignment – We are looking at the shallow depth of field again this week to get close up to your subject. Use either a macro lens OR the macro setting on your camera

2020 Photo Challenge: #23 Being creative with DOF

OK, finally here I am, shaking off the recent slothfulness with regard to this challenge. Jude has asked us to: “Take three images of a chosen subject at three different aperture ranges. Low (shallow like f/1.8), medium (intermediate like f/5.6) and

2020 Photo Challenge: #23 Being creative with DOF

OK, finally here I am, shaking off the recent slothfulness with regard to this challenge. Jude has asked us to: “Take three images of a chosen subject at three different aperture ranges. Low (shallow like f/1.8), medium (intermediate like f/5.6) and

One Word Sunday: Flare

Returning from a wander the other day, I looked up at some trees and there was this wonderful sun flare I quickly reset my aperture to f22 to be sure of getting a good result, and voila! Linked to One

One Word Sunday: Flare

Returning from a wander the other day, I looked up at some trees and there was this wonderful sun flare I quickly reset my aperture to f22 to be sure of getting a good result, and voila! Linked to One

Pointillist?

The view from my window today, an almost impressionistic image a pretence at pointillist dots, and something about the muted colours that put me in mind of Utrillo  

Pointillist?

The view from my window today, an almost impressionistic image a pretence at pointillist dots, and something about the muted colours that put me in mind of Utrillo  

Evening sky through raindrops

Yesterday’s evening sky seen through a rain splattered kitchen window – I thought it had a certain charm:

Evening sky through raindrops

Yesterday’s evening sky seen through a rain splattered kitchen window – I thought it had a certain charm:

And the light swung round…..

As the afternoon sun streams in, a couple of images taken from the same position. First, some distinct lines: …and then a little later, we get this, a different pattern: Ain’t light a wonderful thing!

And the light swung round…..

As the afternoon sun streams in, a couple of images taken from the same position. First, some distinct lines: …and then a little later, we get this, a different pattern: Ain’t light a wonderful thing!