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while eating my icecream with my favourite spoon:)

model: canon S3 IS
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Comments 15

  • Zenonas Meskauskas 04/08/2006 19:37

    Nice work.
  • sakowa 03/08/2006 17:29

    very nice detail!greets,sanja
  • Nick Alex 18/07/2006 23:35

    wonderful... great idea!
    regs
    n.
  • Milan Bystron 17/07/2006 18:07

    very good composition and colors ...
  • Sergey Laguta 17/07/2006 13:14

    Interestingly. Good colours.
    No doubt - nice pic!
    Regards. :))
  • Dirk Hofmann 16/07/2006 11:46

    you're welcome ... ;-))
  • Sanya Kovacheva 15/07/2006 20:49

    well... it's good to get knowing your camera's funcions... :)
    and I learn so many things here, I'll remember that with the aperture thing for sure. thanks Dirk ;)
    my best regards
  • Dirk Hofmann 15/07/2006 18:20

    definetely ... ;-))

    at least f 8.0 ... you know that you need to keep the shutter open longer if you choose it ...

    there should be a programm within your camera which allows you to preselect the aperture and determines the needed shuttertime on its own ... ;-)
  • Sanya Kovacheva 15/07/2006 18:16

    oh ok... :)
    lets see... I think it was f 2.8
    I guess it had to be higher...
  • Dirk Hofmann 15/07/2006 17:54

    nope ... what i mean is the lens aperture ... f 2.8, f 4.3, f 8.0 ...

    it determines the depth of field for your shots ... :-)
  • Sanya Kovacheva 15/07/2006 17:35

    do you mean iso... ?
    sorry... I'm not quite familiar with the terms in english...
  • Dirk Hofmann 15/07/2006 17:23

    which aperture did you use?
  • Sanya Kovacheva 15/07/2006 16:40

    I really tried to focus the whole spoon in foreshortening... but didn't work out... :/
    I'm still exploring that canon and hope soon to learn the trick... I need a lot practice too

    thanks anyway both of you :) regards
  • Jacqueline Chay 15/07/2006 16:24

    What a special spoon, I agree with Dirk, just a bit more focus on the top end of the spoon would look fab
    Jackie
  • Dirk Hofmann 15/07/2006 11:46

    indeed this seems to be a very special spoon ...

    i would slightly alter the direction of the spoon into the top right corner and use an aperture which shows all details withough blurring ... :-)