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Feb 02, 2018 01:02 |  #1

From around Christmas. Took the dog out and the tricycle caught my eye.


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Feb 02, 2018 01:26 |  #2

I like the colours, shot looks very natural and the lights i the background offer some nice bokeh.
Without downloading a full res copy I can't quite see which part of the tricycle was the focus point though? (I am on my works poor computer screen, so I do apologize if it's actually obvious!)


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Feb 02, 2018 01:31 |  #3

Often I find when down sampling via LR, focal point becomes soft. But the emblem is sharp when viewed at full responsibility in PS.

To add, it was also at 1.4 from approx 5' away. So DOF is going to be thin.




  
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Feb 02, 2018 01:38 |  #4

Shaun Liddy wrote in post #18554491 (external link)
Often I find when down sampling via LR, focal point becomes soft. But the emblem is sharp when viewed at full responsibility in PS.

To add, it was also at 1.4 from approx 5' away. So DOF is going to be thin.

Ah, see the emblem would of been my focus point, and as you say on here the emblem looks soft/out of focus.
Overall, it's a very nice simplistic shot!


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