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Great clodreno 2005-09-29 12:31

Hi Tina,
I wouldn't know how to answer you.. I like this image.. Keep in mind that on this site you see a lot of images, it becomes impossible to see every single one of them unless you spend the all day looking at them all. You'll also learn that people tend to look at pictures of people they became familair with.. It's terrible, but the truth.
The only thing bothering me in this one is the DOF, i would rather that the man in the background be blurred. Something not easy to achieve without a dslr.. The chair is also a bit disturbing.. Those plastic chairs are the plague of the world, you find them everywhere..
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Take care.. here it's .... freezing cold..

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Old 09-29-2005, 07:46 PM
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Great - thats nice to know. If you have 2 minuts will you then explaine DOF. And what is DSLR?

And do you know what NR is?

:-) Tina
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dof is "depth of field",
dslr, means a reflex camera, one you see through the lens..
NR, i don't know, where did you see it written?
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Old 09-29-2005, 09:51 PM
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Yeah I saw that DOF is "depth of field" - but do you know how to explain how it works?

When you give critic you can give a neutral face and a happy face (the green colour that gives 2 points) and after that you find NR..... :-)
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Old 09-29-2005, 10:41 PM
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To explain it well,
here is a useful link..
http://www.cs.mtu.edu/~shene/DigiCam/User-Guide/950/depth-of-field.html

Let say that if you have a big aperture, like f:2 the DOF will be limited, extremely shorton the contrary if the opening is f: 22, it will be huge, so everything almost will be in focus..
The link explains it well
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