Dragonflies and flowers


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Bokeh effect very prominent.



All 3 pics are taken from almost the same angle. Tried to approached the dragonflies from different angles and to capture different perspective but to no avail.

 

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did you use a close-up lens for the shots? Using a close-up lens will usually reduce the DOF significantly.
 

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No. Just use the built in macro mode.
 

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Hmm.. ur pic quite nosiy... esp the dragonfly ones. Did you use a high ISO ?
 

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The pics are at ISO 80 equivalent with satuaration set to high. I noticed that in dimmer light/shade, some of my pics turned out noisy. Is there something that I could do to reduce it?
 

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Weird.. ISO80 shouldn't have that much...

Use some noise reduction program online to fix the image.
 

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yup, pics tend to be noiser under dimmer conditions. if it were darker, the camera's noise reduction would kick in.
 

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