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    Re: -NEW- Assignment 14: Be creative with Depth Of Field



    Quote Originally Posted by GarzaCapitalist


    Hello, and thank you for your information! I wanted to figure out a way to do this without Aperture, so I searched the usual google, and found this,I wonder if it will do the same thing? If not, well I hope it helps others! [url="http://guides.macrumors.com/Taking_Screenshots_in_Mac_OS_X]guides.macrumors.com/Taking_Screenshots_in_Mac_OS_X[/url]
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    I'm sorry, I must have missed something here. What is it that you are trying to accomplish by doing a Screen Capture of your computer screen / monitor?



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    Great stuff so far!


    Here's mine: "Three Ball in the Corner Pocket"





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    Good Luck everyone,


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    Lots of awesome entries so far.


    While my macro-salt shaker was fairly thin DOF, it was also a pretty crappy image. Below ismy entry, a thin DOF black-capped chickadee, having a snack.


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    Re: -NEW- Assignment 14: Be creative with Depth Of Field



    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEccleston


    Lots of awesome entries so far.


    While my macro-salt shaker was fairly thin DOF, it was also a pretty crappy image. Below ismy entry, a thin DOF black-capped chickadee, having a snack.


    T1i + 85mm f/1.8 @ 85mm, f/3.2, 1 / 2500s, ISO 400.


    [url="http://www.flickr.com/photos/15493374@N03/5176823079/][/url]
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    85mm, wow, you must have been pretty close?
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    Quote Originally Posted by clemmb
    85mm, wow, you must have been pretty close?

    Well, that is cropped to maybe 1/7th or 1/8th of the original frame, but yeah, these guy will sit in your hand and eat. And they'll take their time, being picky. They'll pick up a seed, toss it. Pick up another, and toss that one too. Find a third, decide it's a keeper, and fly off to munch on it, before coming back for seconds (and thirds, and 20ths). Sometime they're in your palm for over 10 seconds at a time, though usually only 1 to 2.


    With my old P&amp;S superzoom, I'd hold seeds in one hand, and the camera up by my shoulder in the other, zoom in, and take frame filling shots. Chickadees are not shy birds, as shown below.I don't know if my wife's friend wants to be a model, so she's been cloned into an unrecognizable mess.


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    Nice blur, Doc and I like your creative titles to your shots. (This part)How do you post the camera data like that, it

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    November 14th, about 3:00 in the afternoon. Skies were overcast.


    A Kansas Windmill off in the distance, over the top of one hill down in a valley, with a second hill rising behind it.


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    Very nice shots everyone!
    Cheers!
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    FYI...


    If and where possible please try to include the Exif data and for multiple submissions, please select one of the *bunch* to compete in the assignment. Amazing submissions everyone, keep it up!


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    One of our pets...





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