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
how do you alter your depth of view?Originally Posted by c00lbeans
depth of field is controlled through your aperature.Originally Posted by deadwithoutyou
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