Indecent Exposure 35: Interrogative excitement
Reflections on our reflections contest, why depth of field varies deeply, and digitizing mom's photos.
Reflections on our reflections contest, why depth of field varies deeply, and digitizing Mom's photos.
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Hi Lori and Matt:
1. Is there a preferred method to get my mom's old b&W photos into digital format?
2. Do you have any information (or guide me to another source) about the quality of those photo books producers such as Shutterfly, Snapfish, etc.? (I'm wanting to create many of them for my mom.)
This is a question that's been on my mind for quite some time. I do know a bit of thigs about depth of field. For example to achive greater detail and focus with subjects both near and far, one should increase the f-stop on the lens for something like f11 or up. If one wants to achieve grat macro shots with "blurred" backgorunds one should use a small f-stop like f3.5 or f2.
The thing is that with the lens I have (14-45mm f3.5 f5.6 olympus ED) I can achieve the great macro "blur" when I extend the zoom to it's greatest (45mm f5.6 minimum). Why is that? I don't get the great macro "blur" at 14mm f3.5.
This also happens with my larger lens (54-140mm).