Saturday, November 21, 2009

DOF No. 20

Succulent flowers in the early Cambria morning light. This stalk of flowers stand out in color and focus (low Depth of Field -DOF) though the background has about the same light intensity.

DOF No. 19

Last days of a Lilly of the Nile as the ripened seeds drop.

DOF No. 18

Colorful Coleus foliage offers interesting bokeh with aperture wide open.

DOF No. 17

Depth of field reduced to perhaps 1/2 inch on the tip of a grass seed stalk.

DOF No. 16

Extremely low DOF.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

DOF No. 15

This grass seed stalk contrasts in texture and color against the pool and garden in the background that are extremely out of focus.

DOF No. 14

I am really enjoying the bokeh (circles of confusion) produced by this 50mm f1.8 Nikon lens.

DOF No. 13

A singular grass seed stalk stands out against the background via color, brightness and focus.

DOF No. 12

Continuing to explore depth of field (DOF) to isolate subjects.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

DOF No. 11

Bokeh derived from off focus and low depth of field (DOF) view of colorful foliage.

Dawn Flowers

Flowers almost iridescent in the pre-dawn light.

Fenetre No.2

Fall Holidays shop window display with reflections