A hike in San Jose’s Quicksilver park has several trees with these nice little clusters of red berries. This one worked rather nice with the soft bokeh.
This is not my photograph. It’s my six-year-old daughter’s! On Sunday, during our walk to farmer’s market, she was very interested in shooting her flowers. This is one of the images. I think she chose a great subject and a killer background for it. It almost looks like a studio setup. Rather, it was in someone’s yard. I better look out, that kid will be passing me up soon enough.
#DS4: “Get close! Photograph an ordinary object from as close as you can manage. Fill the frame!”
Yellow flowers in my front-yard.
#DS28: “Sunday challenge time: Break out a bigger camera if you can and use a wide aperture to work with DOF and bokeh!”
I love messing with DOF. Thought of using this for the DOF assignment while I was taking pictures of the creek on the other side of the fence.