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Re: Depth of Field Management with NDs?

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david granthamRe: Depth of Field Management with NDs?
by on Dec 3, 2008 at 7:36:48 am

Actually I see from some forum searches that the DOF on these cameras is still quite broad even wide open - embarassed to admit I haven't fully explored that enough to realize that.

I guess sooner or later I'll test all this thoroughly myself. No substitute for that. But still I'd be curious to know what sort of luck folks have had photographing ordinary domestic scenes (let's say something like people in a living room having a conversation) using ND filters to get a bit of separation happening (maybe not as much as the 'PGSsed' gnomes on page 37 of Todd's article, but more than the 'non-PGSsed').

(by the way - I wonder if the aparrent difference in gamma and saturation between the 2 gnome images on that page is also a result of the 35mm gear, or something else.)



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