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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Blurry Peaches by John Reed
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Blurry Peaches

September 26th, 2008

The fullest branch on the peach tree in my front yard. Taken with a Panasonic LUMIX DMC-TZ3.

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Posted By: Ben Gustafson
about 13 years ago
Very nice.
Posted By: AdamP
about 13 years ago
I like the composition & color, but the bokeh looks funny. It seems to come on very strong very suddenly. Is that because of the point and shoot, or did you add it later in Photoshop? With an F/3.3 on a small sensor like that, you should be able to get some strong blurring straight out of the camera, but I think it should be smoother than that. I wish I had time to study this more, but I gotta actually get work done today.
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Posted By: Igs88
about 13 years ago
I've also noticed slight transition problem between blury and sharp area but all in all very nice job. Good work!
Posted By: RhiNo0
about 13 years ago
Sorry, but it's poor for me. I have submited more interesting wallpapers of Strawberries and they didn't post here. I don't think so your wallpaper is better than, but your skill to take a picture is amazing. I know I'll receive negative points for it, but it's my opinion.
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Posted By: John Reed
about 13 years ago
It was photoshopped. I submitted this quite a while ago so I was surprised to see that it got posted.
Posted By: John Reed
about 13 years ago
... Also, thanks for the input!
Posted By: majnolajno44
about 13 years ago
really nice
have the same camera, good to see that it is able to take really good shots
Posted By: PaulCKK
about 13 years ago
Using Lens Blur under Filters in Photoshop makes a really good fake bokeh (background blur)instead of Gaussian blur. Good photograph too.
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 13 years ago
Nice idea and lighting. I could never get much bokeh on my P&S, even at the widest aperture. One instant advantage in upgrading to a DSLR.
Posted By: Vinnard
about 13 years ago
Makes me hungry :) Nice picture
Posted By: Natalie Parker
about 13 years ago

I like the blur of the picture. It adds a dreamy and whimsical Alice In Wonderland effct.
Posted By: simgust
about 13 years ago
That was very nice :)
Posted By: IFLdude
about 13 years ago
Awesome! This one is on my wallpaper.
reeed > could you share the non photoshoped one plz?
about 13 years ago
Posted By: Gigabolt
about 13 years ago
Man, this is the best wallpaper I've seen in this site!

Thank you very much :D!
about 12 years, 12 months ago
Wow, nice work, man.
Posted By: Cairo Alexander
about 12 years, 12 months ago
u no im not good with understanding cameras but i sure do love looking at photos and this one i reackon is great... Well Done.

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