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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Nature Photography - More flower shots.

With the 50mm f/1.8 lens, I find that there is enjoyment in shooting flowers. So thus I've concentrated on those subjects. There really is no special technique to it other than composition. You want to make sure that there is nothing that would affect the bokeh in the background. Cement will put a grey blurry bokeh. Wood chips will put a nasty reddish-brown bokeh. Dirt will be a greyish brown. Those tend to do nasty things to your image. So watching what constitutes your background is important. Positioning your camera to eliminate nasty bokeh, you can make certain of having pleasing bokeh in the background of your image.

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