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foxtwo

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is the soft focus intended? it's really distracting.
 

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Try shooting at different angle & focus hard. You will see the effects.
 

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The second is better, much better composition, but still looks a little soft to me.

The first one also looks distorted to me
 

Hobbesyeo

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yeah.. the first one was shot hand-held over the dessert.. so it was kinda hard to make really sure i was directly overhead. I wanted to try a different perspective.

On hindsight, I shld prob have used a smaller aperture than 1.8 (was using 50mm).

The second shot was a more "conventional" angle but I guess DOF was too shallow too.

Thanks for the pointers! :thumbsup:
 

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Hobbesyeo said:
ok, how about this version of the same dessert? :think:

screaming out for some light pattern on the plate to take attention away from the tart for just a few seconds.
 

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foxtwo said:
screaming out for some light pattern on the plate to take attention away from the tart for just a few seconds.

err... I don't quite understand what you are driving at... :dunno:
 

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germ_boi said:
meaning. dont jus focus on the tart. make some side objects which might complement the main product
oh ... i see. :think:

Yeah.. the tart does look kinda lonely. Point noted. Thanks!
 

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