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Old Aug 4, 2010, 4:26 PM   #11
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With the top pic, the lady on the right not in focus, how would you shoot it so they were both in focus? I ask as i am a noob!
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Old Aug 4, 2010, 4:31 PM   #12
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With the top pic, the lady on the right not in focus, how would you shoot it so they were both in focus? I ask as i am a noob!
Either ensure they are on exactly the same plane or better and much easier shoot with a narrower aperture.
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Narrower Aperture is the low numbers or high numbers? That always confuses me! Sorry
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Narrow aperture = high f-number (e.g. f22)
wide aperture = low f-number (e.g. 1.4)
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I have to go to bed but have four more pics to add. The last photo is of my wife, and when she saw I'd taken it she wasn't happy







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Really like the bottle/glass shot, that works very very well, nice B&W conversion and the angle really adds to the shot.
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