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My first try on Bokeh
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March 17, 2013
10:29 am
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Camera: Nikon D5000, 1/6s, f5.6, ISO 200, Focal length 200….Click on the Image to see it in proper size 1-_DSC0978.JPG

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March 18, 2013
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Did you try to focus on the light or the lamp…bcz there is a lack of sharpness in the shot!!! Try again and focus from a distance so that you could get both in focus!!( It really would be a good shot)Smile

March 18, 2013
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Vinod
Great colours.
Did you use a tripod or handheld?
I’m assuming that at 1/6 second and 200mm
you did use a tripod or at least set the camera on
a hard surface to take this shot. The image looks
slightly soft and I’m not sure what to suggest but I
do think you gave it a great try.
Dale.

March 18, 2013
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hey sam, i was trying to focus on the lamp..not on the flame. I agree with your comment; it looks soft, thanks for your feed back. I will try to get it sharp next time.
@ Dale, thanks for your comments. Yes, I used tripod for this shot.

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