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A Green Winter

December 27th, 2007

Taken by Lake Smetana in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Canon Powershot A530.

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Posted By: Roteryking
about 10 years, 7 months ago
nice pic
Posted By: jellyturtle
about 10 years, 7 months ago
It's some type of juniper, not sure what species. As for the image, hardly any of it is in focus, a greater depth of field would have been better, at least to include the front tip of the branch.
about 10 years, 7 months ago
Too low depth of field or, if you want to keep that depth of field, then it would be good to include more of the featured item(s) in the picture to fill up the space. In other words, bad composition given current depth of field. Getting closer to the branch would have helped. Logically thinking--if 3/4 of a picture is a blur of something and only 1/3 is a sharp object you want to show then you need a very good reason to do that--in this case it seems not true.
Posted By: AdamP
about 10 years, 7 months ago
Thanks for the comments. All I have right now is a Powershot A530, which is a point and shoot. I have an EOS Rebel that I love to use, but film is expensive. :) The 530 is a great little camera, but it's downsides are numerous to someone trying to take really good photos. It's very difficult to tell what you're focusing on, even when using the manual focus, and it's not really feasible to use a larger depth of field to get close up shots unless you have tons of light available. But for snapshots of family gatherings, I'd recommend it.
My fiancé has approved the purchase of a Rebel XTI once we have the funds (before the honeymoon for sure), but for now I'll continue to work on trying to squeeze out good shots from this little guy.
If anyone has any tips for getting better photos from a point and shoot, I'd love to hear them.
Posted By: Richard Mohler
about 9 years, 7 months ago
Well done..

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