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Focus my dear
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Focus my dear
It was a placid Shangrila-like mountain scene, just past sunset and dark was closing in pretty fast when I saw this couple turning to each other; their moment seemed so tender, so private yet so public, that I just instinctly framed them into my shot. I like their expression so much that it is fast becoming my favourite, even though it's out-of-focus. There was no second chance, because they left seconds after I captured their moment; a closer look showed a bee was hovering between them. Geoy.
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Canon FD 85f1.2l
Available sizes: Small, Medium, Large
Captured: May 4, 2013
Uploaded: Jun 20, 2013 (UTC)
Focal length: 85 mm
Shutter speed: 1/80 sec
Aperture: F1.2
ISO: 160
Exposure comp.: +0.33


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Posted in : * Wed C&C (No Theme) Thread, Ed. 269, 13 06 19 *

LouHolland, Senior Member said:
"That single branch with leaves in front of the two people who seems the only part what is in focus, looks around him and noticed that the whole world is out of focus but not me, so he think and would like to sing: what a dreamy wonderful world ,but of course you already know what is going on. It could be a lovely shot as the whole place looks marvelous."

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Jul 1, 2013