A&P n00bie pics

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    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    You have a hall named after yourself or is that just a big nameplate?
     
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    :cool:

    haha, actually on the way home from bestbuy today my wife noticed that...

    its funny cus my name is christopher hall.. hah, just thought i'd take a picture of it :noes:
     
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    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    that you in the fourth pic?
     
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    my son :)
     
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    no comments on the pictures??
     
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    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    1. DOF is too open, shoot higher aperature. Only the middle part is in focus.
    2. See above
    3. Too much clutter
    4. I like what your going for, but get the crap out of the way
    5. :dunno:
     
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    higher aperature = more in focus?
     
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    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    Correct, The higher the number = less light let in = longer exposure = more depth-of-field = more in focus, Don't go too high though because you'll loose the sharpness and definition on the object.
     

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