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    Default Is there something wrong with my kx? :(

    erm, i dont really know how to put it into words, but i hope some of the kx users can help...



    this picture, the top and bottom part is blurred?
    i cant seem to get just the top part blurred only.
    something's wrong with my kx? or is it just user problem?

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    Default Re: Is there something wrong with my kx? :(

    Quote Originally Posted by nerdypunks View Post
    erm, i dont really know how to put it into words, but i hope some of the kx users can help...
    this picture, the top and bottom part is blurred?
    i cant seem to get just the top part blurred only.
    something's wrong with my kx? or is it just user problem?
    It's normal and to be expected. The depth of field is only a couple cm with the aperture you set, so anything beyond this range will be blurred out.

    If you want the bottom part sharp and the top blurred, focus on the bottom (instead of the center).
    Last edited by le petit prince; 22nd January 2011 at 09:24 PM.

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    Default Re: Is there something wrong with my kx? :(

    Its the DOF...

    Why dun u test ur camera. Put it on a tripod and test every aperture at a subject that has some background. U can see.
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    Default Re: Is there something wrong with my kx? :(

    Read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depth_of_field. There're diagrams and example pics there that helps.

    You don't have to know any of the maths, but the basic concept is crucial if you want to have any control over how your pic turns out.
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    Default Re: Is there something wrong with my kx? :(

    Or maybe get a tilt shift lens

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