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To obtain the blur (depth of field), use a longer focal length and get your target (i.e., 300mm and stand back) and to reduce blur, use a shorter length, like 35mm etc. Very weak analogy, but it works.

 

I like using a 50mm f2.8 prime lens for 'portrait' style shots :)

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To obtain the blur (depth of field), use a longer focal length and get your target (i.e., 300mm and stand back) and to reduce blur, use a shorter length, like 35mm etc. Very weak analogy, but it works.

 

I like using a 50mm f2.8 prime lens for 'portrait' style shots :)

 

Thanks for the info :)

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Very nice. :)

 

Lens + Lighting? (I'm kind of assuming it's not the D50 kit lens).

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Those are some super classy pictures. The glossy black background is really cool.

 

Exactly. OCC reviewers take note :rolleyes::D

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The last picture would be amazing if not for the distortion on the fan of the graphics card's reflection. It's still .ing awesome.

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Very nice Matt. ;)

 

Thanks Alan and I appreciate everyone's comments and suggestions.

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