(11 Aug 2002 at 16:05)
|I uploaded a few new pictures to my photo gallery.|
|Nice pictures. I like the "Cucumber Up" - except that it's a bit bright at the top.
I also like that you are "obsessed with shallow depth-of-field" in many of your pictures. I always want to do it, but don't really know how to do it. Is it possible at all with my crappy digital camera?
|And also - an idea: I have seen your photo gallery before, and although I like your pics, it would have been nice if I could just browse the new ones. You could make a "new"-caterogy which was changed whenever you updated your pictures.
Just an idea.
|The 'NEW' category is a good idea, I'll do that next time I upload some!
You can probably do it a little bit with your digital camera -- just zoom in as much as possible and get close to the subject. But it's mainly a property of the focal length of the lens, something that crappy digital cameras don't tend to excel in. Maybe that's why I like it so much, who knows?