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Old Nov 15, 2009, 9:08 PM   #1
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Default Misty Morning

Got up to a foggy morning today. When I looked outside there was "dew" everywhere. Quickly took the E-620 and the 14-42 kit lense and went outside to snap some pics.

Water beads 1 on cedar branch


Water beads 2 on cedar branch


Water beads 3 on cedar branch


Water droplets on a branch #1. You can actually see a maple leaf reflected in the droplet.


Water droplets on a branch #2
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Old Nov 16, 2009, 8:57 PM   #2
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Wondering about focus points... if they are where they should be or can these be anywhere the photographer wants? Maybe I should have been shooting with a smaller aperture, to get more in focus?
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Wondering about focus points... if they are where they should be or can these be anywhere the photographer wants? Maybe I should have been shooting with a smaller aperture, to get more in focus?
Thanks for posting.

You could have used a smaller aperture. I don't think it would have hurt at all, but I like your first pic more because it has the illusion of more DOF because you were able to get some points in focus spread through much of the frame.

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Is there a way to have Photoshop keep the Exif information when resizing/saving pics? It would have come in handy in my reply I'll try to dig those up to see what the values were at the time.
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