Thursday, October 11, 2007

Autumn Reflections Little River

When you include reflections in an image you have to be careful with the depth of field. The range of focus is so wide that many times a small lens opening is necessary. For this photograph, I set the f-stop at 32 which gave me an exposure of about 10 seconds. This was the only way I could obtain sharp focus throughout the image. The trees that are reflected in the water are in the sun, whereas the rocks and river are in shade. Because of the long exposure, the slow moving water at the top of the photograph shows some motion with a slight blur. LynnFreeny.com

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