Challenge 179 - Out of Focus
C179 - Eligible
> bright eye
Canon EOS 40D
Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD (IF)
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LOL @ Rod. I hope you don't lick hands, too! ;^) -dtallakson
Sounds like a description of me D:-)
Oh Penny...I knew it was a joke. I meant to respond, too, but got distracted and forgot about it until I read your recent comment. Bailey does look menacing in the photo but she just has a big mouth and a lot to say. :^) -dtallakson
To dt - re: my post below. Well, mind you, that would only be if you WANT him to look more scary. It was just my mind speaking - my words should have known better. But really it was just a joke. Penny Street
Thanks Doug. -dtallakson
This works much better. Excellent control of DOF too with not even the teeth in focus. -Doug
do you have a wide angle lens? You could make him look really scary...
This is better and more on topic than the first and proves that a photo can be effective without the eyes being in focus. -tv
Welllllllll, I think this one fits the theme a little better, but not the most flattering pose for your sweet dog! Also, maybe the nose and the in focus parts are a little too prominent. Keep trying! :-D CJ
OK...here's a new version. Maybe it will pass muster? ;^) -dtallakson
Hmmmm....CJ, I guess the operative word here is "I think". Maybe I'll reshoot it. I have a willing subject sleeping on the bed right now. -dtallakson
I agree with Konstantin. If the nose had been in focus and the eyes OOF, this would be right on topic I think. CJ
sorry, it dose not work for me - a very good picture with the main subject - the eyes - full in focus.
An excellent picture with great colors but not for this challenge.