Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Near And Far

Just a little demonstration here about why it's important to tell your camera what to focus on. The shot above is focused on the foreground. It's a nice shot of some purple flowers. Similar shot below, but the focus is now the background, showing you the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and The Capitol Building. Perhaps a more competent photographer than myself would have gotten everything in focus in one picture, but I doubt it.

1 comment:

Elke said...

sure set your DOF to f/22 or if your camera is able, f/45...and you'll be able to see it all...

I visit your blog lots...how's your computer feeling?