Depth of Field

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Fall Pumpkin: 9/30/2016, 7:05pm, Windsor Manor; 55mm, f/5.6, 1/8 sec, ISO 100, Canon Rebel T3i

I bought this pumpkin at the farmers market. The fall leaves were so pretty that I took the pumpkin to get photos of it. This image has a shallow depth of field. In photoshop I removed some of the blemishes on the pumpkin.

Jasmine: 10/1/2016, 5:50pm, Caribou Targhee National Forest, 39mm, f/5.6, 1/30 sec, ISO 400, Canon Rebel T3i
Jasmine: 10/1/2016, 5:50pm, Caribou Targhee National Forest; 39mm, f/5.6, 1/30 sec, ISO 400, Canon Rebel T3i

After watching general conference my roommates and I went up to Caribou Targhee National Forest to take some pictures in the beautiful fall leaves. So this is the result of our trip. It was hard to get the right lighting because it was it was close to sunset and there were huge storm clouds and lots of rain.

Rexburg Temple: 10/4/2016, 5pm, Rexburg, ID, 55mm, f/18, 1/100 sec, ISO 400, Canon Rebel T3i
Rexburg Temple: 10/4/2016, 5pm, Rexburg, ID; 55mm, f/18, 1/100 sec, ISO 400, Canon Rebel T3i

The weather finally calmed down so I went to go get photos of the temple. I went up to the free parking lot by the Ricks. I really enjoyed the pine trees and the temple, and I used deep depth of field to get both the tree and the temple.

Train: 10/4/2016, 5:30pm, 55mm, f/16, 1/20 sec, ISO 200, Canon Rebel T3i
Train: 10/4/2016, 5:30pm, Rexburg, ID; 55mm, f/16, 1/20 sec, ISO 200, Canon Rebel T3i

After I took pictures of the temple I drove around town and ended up by the train tracks next to the grainery. While I was out there I heard the train and waited for it, and as you see it was definitely worth it.

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2 Replies to “Depth of Field”

  1. I loved all of your pictures! I thought you did a great job of having a variety of shots for this assignment. I loved the pumpkin one and how the focus was on the pumpkin and the leaves in front were blurry. And your train shot is probably my favorite. I love how the train is helping my eye lead into the rest of the picture rather than out of the picture. Nice work! Check out this blog: http://heyjanae.com/2016/10/04/deep-and-shallow-depths/

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