Depth of Field

Depth of Field

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This may be my favorite photo I’ve ever taken. It reminds me of a Monet painting.

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This photo of Yolanda’s daughter and son was taken the same day as the trees. I love the sense of wonder  both of them gazing into the hazy landscape provides.

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I also love the crispness of this turtle against the more muted lily pads.

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I don’t know if this shot qualifies as an example of a depth of field shot as prescribed, since most of it is slightly out of focus; but I like the shot and how the flowers stand out a bit.  This building conveys such a sense of mystery to me.

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I couldn’t decide which of these “Monet” shots I liked best, so I included them both.

 

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7 thoughts on “Depth of Field

    1. lifelessons Post author

      I was thinking of one particular painting but couldn’t find it. No, definitely not Van Gogh. Monet was as close as I could come. You might be right about Renoir. Did he have a line of plump trees like mine?

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  1. LuAnne Holder

    I love the turtle photo. They are beautiful creatures. (I’m a sucker for turtles!) I also like the two “Monet” shots but the second one is my favorite. Delightful way to start the day.

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