Tag : depth of field

Annapurna Ranges

Mountain Ridges, Annapurna Circuit, Nepal.

The time of day and the cloud cover combine to give a soft light and what I find a pleasing colour to the sky and distant ridges.

A Study in Stone

Split toning in monochrome helps make the most of a historic location.

Boat and flags, Varanasi

A small aperture was used to give sufficient depth of field, whilst the shutter speed was just fast enough to stop the movement of the flags

Palmtrees, Okavango Delta, Botswana

essentially the same subject material can be approached and photographed in different ways to give quite a different effect or feel.

Lilypad Sunset, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Taking advantage of the depth of field characteristics of wide angle lenses in landscape photography.

The Autumn Leaf, Hangzhou, China

A foggy morning by the West Lake, Hangzhou, a single, coloured, autumn leaf floats on the lake surface.
Hangzhou is known for a number of things one of them being the West Lake, an artificial lake built around 800AD.