Photo of colored pencils using depth of field


A little depth of field can help highlight a subject in a photo. I had a little fun bunching a package of colored pencils together and attacking them from the best angle to make it interesting. Then I used a lower aperture (f/2.8) to help put the focus on one of the colored pencils.

photo colored pencils depth of field

Canon 60D | 100mm Macro Lens | 0.4 sec | f/2.8 | ISO 100 | RAW

My ultimate plan with the colored pencils involves my new 10-gallon aquarium and some alka seltzer, so stay tuned.

~signed, Carltonaut

3 thoughts on “Photo of colored pencils using depth of field

  1. Pingback: Bubbles clinging to the colors of the rainbow | Carltonaut

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