The background is better here: for mine, the more blurred the better. If you had increased the aperture it would have blurred it even more AND added more light. I would have taken a step to the right to close up that gap a smidge and bring the context closer to the subject. You might have got more of that overhead light onto the context by doing so.
I was having trouble getting both her and the sculptures into focus. I could do one or the other. Can't remember what the aperture is here F4, F5.6? She kept moving so it was difficult to keep her in frame.
Hi team, I've been away for a few days at the beach (the weather is so warm at the moment). Anyway, following our conversation of the other day I did my best to get some peopled landscapes (or environmental portrature if you prefer Ann). They will turn up on SW sometime but not until September because I have a big backlog of posts.
I look forward to what you have discovered, Joan. I know the hassle with backlogs. I have so many images to choose from now that I get a fresh surprise each time I shuffle through to think of a post.
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