Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Blair, Nov 16, 2006.
Willamette Valley, OR. Bridge built in 1928.
I like it, but my eyes keep wandering to the left like I want to see more of the bridge and less of the hand rail. Also the DOF seems a bit shallow, did you shoot at the minimum aperture?
f/4.5 on a 1.5 crop sensor. i am with you on the depth of field. the one advantage is that it does blur some nasty looking river depth monitoring equipment that was attached to the bridge.
haha, yes, good idea
I miss Oregon
it is pretty sweet....
Me like, should have angled it out wider to capture more of the bridge...that is unless there was something crappy in the way like a lightpole.
there were hazard signs on the end of the bridge to keep people from running into it in the dark. i think i have a shot with one in it.
I like it, but the DOF is bothering me too
I really need to find some more interesting subject matter around these parts.
It's just me, but if I'm doing a single object I focus a lot less on DOF and want more sharpness. For something of that size yeah I think DOF can be changed but it isn't a bad shot the way it is.