Point & Shoot...
the camera, that is.
Wandering through the brambles in mid January before all this "white magic" appeared, the deer prompted me to practice focusing. So, from inside the house where it was warm and toasty, first the nesting box, then the deer. That was the plan.
In the sepia toned pic shown below, the nesting box is focused while the deer in the background is out of focus. Got it. That's what I wanted to happen so I was pretty happy. I wanted the box to be my focal point.
However, then I ran into problems. Looking through the viewfinder, I wanted the deer to be my focal point rather than the nesting box.
So, how do I get the deer to be more clear in these last two photos? The nesting box looks less clear (less focused, is there such a term?), while the head of the deer is more focused. Yet I'm not really happy with the clarity/intensity of the deer.
Is it that I am zooming in too far when taking the picture?
Do you delete a lot of photos too?
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