Clear Ice Slate

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Focal Length: 62mm
Aperture: f/5.3
Shutter Speed: 1/8000
ISO: 100
Format: DX (Crop Sensor)

There were so much ice laying around this place I just wanted to photograph it all. I chose carefully though so I wouldn’t have too many photos to go through. Since I’ve already posted quite a few of these photos I guess I could also put in what my goal on this shoot was. Every time I go out to shoot I always have some something I’m trying to do or experiment with. Besides trying to get some good shots of the ice, my other goal was to try and get some shots where I am able to isolate the subject by completely blowing out the background. I think this shot really accomplishes that goal. Another thing that I really like about this photo is the way the light reflecting off the ice in the background rendered some nice bokeh. I think for a kit lens, it produced some decent bokeh. Now that I’ve upgraded to some better glass, I’d really like to reproduce this photo with my 105mm macro lens to see what results I get.

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Clear Ice Slate

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