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1/2000 s, F2.8, ISO 200, f=50mm
Experimenting further with both my 50mm and 28-70mm lenses again in Arnside, I decided to try holding them at arms length to see if I could find the focal point instead of having the lens reversed and attached to my camera, The result is that the image through the lens is in focus whilst the whole scene around the lens is completely out of focus and very soft, due to the high F-stop, it creates an interesting border to the in-focus image and draws your eye to it as the main central focal point. 36 more words
Apple knew it had something special to share with the world when it released iPhoto in 2002: in addition to printing 20″ by 30″ poster-sized photos, the original iPhoto’s “most stunning feature” (according to Apple) was a page layout tool that quickly turned digital photo collections into printed hardcover books. 1,298 more words
Aperture is a variable size opening in the lens, through which light enters the camera.
Aperture numbers indicate the amount the aperture blades are closing. This is sometimes confusing for people since a small aperture number means a larger aperture opening. 149 more words