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    critques?

    a photo i took earlier tonight:


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    Can't really say anything bad about it. I probably wouldn't had less black space up top to follow the rule of thirds, and maybe do a multiple exposure-stitch to try to get some detail where the actual bulb filliments are, but that's about it
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    it would be very tricky to get any detail on the bulb itself without losing the rest of the photo, good practise, if possible

    stacking photos would be a sneaky way to do it i guess
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    i might burn out the other lights, they are distracting or i would use a larger depth of field so the other lights are sharper

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    Quote Originally Posted by c00lbeans
    i might burn out the other lights, they are distracting or i would use a larger depth of field so the other lights are sharper
    how do you alter your depth of view?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadwithoutyou
    how do you alter your depth of view?
    depth of field is controlled through your aperature.
    The smaller the aperature opening (higher the f-stop), the greater the depth of field.
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    focal lenth has a crap load of effect too wider lense will help get that in focus altho it might distort it a bit

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