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TAg Photo

Random photography taken by me.

 
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"I wanna say something. I'm gonna put it out there; if you like it, you can take it, if you don't, send it right back. I want to be on you.... Wait. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. I... I wanna be on you." -Ron Burgundy, Achorman
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David: You know how I know that you're gay? Cal: How? David: You like the movie "Maid in Manhattan". Cal: You know how I know *you're* gay? David: How? Cal: I saw you make a spinach dip in a loaf of sour dough bread once. David: You know how I know that you're gay? Cal: How? David: You have a rainbow bumpersticker on your car that says "I love it when *balls* are in my face".
Photography Dictionary
Aperture - Most lenses contain a diaphragm, a thin light-blocking plate or interleaving set of adjustable plates. The diaphragm contains a small hole, the aperture, which is adjustable in size and allows the photographer to control the amount of light entering the camera. Apertures are indicated by the f stop value, which is a relative value and does not indicate the actual size of the aperture hole.
Photography Dictionary
Prime lens - A lens with a fixed focal length - its field of view cannot be changed. At least, not without the addition of supplemental lenses or teleconverters. Generally, prime lenses are lighter, sharper, cheaper and of higher optical quality than zoom lenses, since it’s easier to build a prime lens than a zoom. By tradition, common prime lenses used by 35mm cameras are lenses with 28, 50, 85, 100 and 135mm focal lengths.
Photography Dictionary
Depth-of-field (DOF) - Refers to how much of a photo is in focus when the camera is focused on the main subject. Depth-of-field is controlled by a camera's aperture, in conjunction with the focal length of the lens. Deep (more) depth-of-field means that all or most of the picture is in focus from front to back. Shallow (less) depth-of-field means that a subject is in focus but objects in front and behind it appear out of focus.
Monday, July 31, 2006


My attempt at some bokeh.

Bokeh (from the Japanese boke ぼけ, "blur"[1]) is a photographic term describing the subjective aesthetic qualities of out-of-focus areas in an image produced by a camera lens. For example, causing an out-of-focus background image may reduce distractions and emphasize the primary subject.
posted by Tony @ 6:24 PM  
1 Comments:
  • At 1:32 AM, Blogger Lani said…

    these are absolutely amazing. I LOVE the way you shot them, and If i was still single in new york and could decorate my "girly" way, I would have paid you for these so I could blow them up, frame them, and put them up.

     
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