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Few in the Garden with the Nikon 50mm f1.4D


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Well... it was not me but my 12 year old who went out in the garden with the D300s and 50mm f1.4D. Wanted to try out the Camera at f1.4 and see the DOF effect... here is what he has got..

DSC_5866.jpg by raj-rexgold, on Flickr

DSC_5857.jpg by raj-rexgold, on Flickr

DSC_5855.jpg by raj-rexgold, on Flickr

DSC_5852.jpg by raj-rexgold, on Flickr
I do like the sharpness on this photo (#4) as it has a tiny insect and if you click on the photo and select the full size, it has turned out to be pretty clear!!!:smashin:

DSC_5850.jpg by raj-rexgold, on Flickr

DSC_5846.jpg by raj-rexgold, on Flickr

The photos have been run thru LR3 and sharpened and tweaked... thats all..

Thanks for Looking and RIA and C&C welcome :thumbsup:

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Beautiful bokeh on number 2 which is the best of the bunch for me.




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shotokan101 said:
+1 - 3 is my favourite :)

...ask him to show you how he did it :devil: :laugh:

Cheers Jim. He can be the official tog in the family!!!

twist said:
Good job rajs son

Cheers Twist!!!


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Some nice shots :smashin:,but be careful or you could lose your D300 :eek:

2 3 & 4 for me, 3 is a really nice shot

Cheers Simon... not too concerned about it as he is very careful with the camera and lenses... am going to buy him the D5100 so that we can both go shooting... :thumbsup:



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No i was more thinking about,him getting it of you for himself :D.

Well... then he can pay for his own school fees then... which would save a ton of money...:D


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