Depth Of Field: Creating Shadow Images

Here’s a cool photo I took today while on a zoo safari. The photographic material there is inexhaustible. I used ISO 1250, F/4.7, 1/1250″ to create a shallow depth of field so the branch in the background would be completely blurred yet retain enough of its shape and color to resemble a shadow image of the sharply focused image in the foreground. It works for me. 🙂

Shadow Imaging

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Turbulence

Broken Light: A Photography Collective

Photo taken by contributor Hank Shaw, a 63-year-old writer living in Rochester, N.Y. Many of his friends and family members have suffered from depression and serious mental health challenges.

About this photo: “I took this at Niagara Falls in March two years ago and edited it with a painting app. NF was a thrilling place to be at the end of winter. Few tourists, a river jumping with energy and floodwater, seagulls flying and screaming at the brink of the falls, trees crystalline with ice, and buildings on the other side silhouetted in the heavy, frozen mist. To me, this image represents turbulence, with both a positive and negative side. And it represents the turbulence that can be found in the natural world as well as in our minds.”

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Şiir Antolojim

Bir çiçek demeti gönderiyorum size,
Kendi elimle kopardım bu çiçekleri;
Yarına kadar hepsi döküleceklerdi,
Biri çıkıp akşamdan onları dermese.

Size güzel bir ders olmalı bu hadise;
İstediğiniz kadar güzel olun şimdi,
Kaybedeceksiniz elbet bu güzelliği,
Bu çiçekler gibi solacaksınız siz de.

Zaman geçiyor sultanım, geçiyor zaman.
Zaman değil geçen, en güzel çağı ömrün;
O büyük dalga bizi de alacak bir gün.

Göçüp gittiğimiz gün biz de bu dünyadan
Unutulur sevdiğiniz, sevildiğiniz,
Sevmeye bakın geçmeden güzelliğiniz.

Pierre de Ronsard
Türkçesi: O.Veli Kanıksoneler

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