The greatest thing about my ‘new’ camera* is that I can now capture ‘depth of field’ – it’s not always easy; the camera is still basically a point-and-shoot.
It appears that most of my favourite shots using the aperture priority feature were taken at home – it takes too much time to actually get the camera to focus when I’m travelling and Al always wants to move on a lot faster than me.
Witch hazel in bloom.
Frosty Japanese anemones.
Back-lit fall leaves. Back-lit hydrangea. Maple leaves in the fall. Really pushing the depth of field on my Chinese fan palm tree.*Purchased in early 2015, my ‘new’ camera is one and a half years old, a Canon SX710 with 30x zoom, Aperture Priority and more. It cost about $300 Cdn (~200 €/US$).
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These are gorgeous. Thank you for sharing.
love these!! excellent DOF and beautiful light!