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'abidin' must be scratching his head that how come he got shallow 'depth of field' with f6.3 where as mines sharp all across at f7.1
a 35mm film camera or full frame format has 36x24mm dimension.
ur camera has a sensor size of 22.7x15.1mm so crop of 1.6 applies
so lets multiply ur focal length n aperture by 1.6
50mm x 1.6 = 80mm
f6.3 x 1.6 = f10
whereas my camera has a tiny sensor 7.6x5.7mm so crop of 4.55 applies according to 35mm(full frame format)
focal length 3610/100mm is 36.1 x 4.55 = 164.25mm
aperture is f7.1 x 4.55 = f32.3
room light from the front n a single hand-held flash was bounced manually against white chopping board (thats what was available at that time).
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- [2009-12-27 12:39]
I always like those 'school' photo's. Put a name under the pictures and it's perfect to hang in any classroom!
- [2009-12-27 21:45]
salam alekum mahmood :)
nice attempt at re-creating abidin's theme. neatly done.
i, however, disagree with you on the multiplication of the aperture, i.e. f/6.3 x 1.6...
my belief is that only the focal length gets multiplied, not the aperture. an f/2 lens for full frame will gather as much light as an f/2 lens on, say, four-thirds..
i think the case here with the depth of field is in the fact that abidin used a 50mm macro on his canon, which was already serving as an 80mm macro lens. i think it was not f/6.3, but rather the fact that abidin was focusing too closely..
if he had taken the same shot from a distance, at f/6.3 and then cropped later, then a lot of it would have been in focus...
i love disagreements and arguments :)
- [2009-12-28 0:03]
wow Basheeerr, awsome shot with great sharpness and contrast as well as excellent DOF. Master always remain master...HAHAHA
TFS and comparision with my one.