arrow10 Comments
  1. Jaclyn Rubly
    Jun 29 - 2:09 am

    Neat advice. I’m a beginning/intermediate photographer. I love your photography lessons and tutorials. Helps other moms that need a little help with their camera.

    • Marcel
      Jul 08 - 4:13 am

      And don’t we all need a little help? LOL! I am always amazed at what I need to learn. That’s partly what I love about photography ♥.

  2. Anne
    Jun 29 - 5:30 pm

    Great post – DOF is such a tricky subject. The smaller the number, the wider the opening of the aperature?! It must have been counter-intuitive day when they came up with that one…

    Cheers,
    Anne

    • Marcel
      Jul 08 - 4:22 am

      Tell me about it, must have been done by a man. I’m going to search around and see if I can find out a little bit how that came about:)

  3. Ann Marie
    Jul 07 - 1:12 am

    This is a GREAT explanation! I especially like the explanation of tulip/landscape modes for point and shoot cameras! Love the pictures too!

    • Marcel
      Jul 08 - 4:24 am

      Thank you for the kind words! I’m so glad this was helpful:)

  4. Marcel
    Jul 08 - 4:26 am

    hhhh is right! And guess what, that’s only part 1. Wait till you see part 2. DOF is confusing for a reason:)

  5. [...] here’s just a quick little tidbit about Depth of Field.  Previously, I wrote a post about Depth of [...]

  6. [...] here’s just a quick little tidbit about Depth of Field.  Previously, I wrote a post about Depth of [...]

  7. دردشة عراقية
    Mar 23 - 1:00 pm

    thankes for you

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge
Mobile Theme