'Scuse me, learner comin' through What's DOF? I need a photography lingo dictionary!
And yes, I thought it was a cool pic too
DOF is "dept of focus", the focal point of the pic and determines what will be in sharp detail and what will be out of focus, infront or behind etc.
You said you were a newbie!
You're not a proper newbie like me!
It's Depth of Field Depth of Focus is something different altogether
Ok Dragan, I take it back, you can come sit on the learner bench with me again
*grins* I told you i was a learner!
I got this earlier. It has been photoshopped but the contrast was pretty close to this.
16px over on the long side but i just couldn't face looking at PS for much longer.
More from the Iveagh Gardens yesterday.
The trees in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, are very mature and make excellent subjects.
Real nice Ghost in the ruins, what was the esposure time on these?
Thanks Burnt, it was 30sec F3.5 ISO200.
I was really surprised how they turned out because I just pointed the camera out the window on a wonky tripod. Ah, the joys of insomnia