Monday, December 03, 2007

Depth of field in cutlery and Muscadet in a mustard glass




12 comments:

marja-leena said...

Wow, fantastic photography, Lucy!

(Dang, Google/Blogger won't let non-Blogger bloggers enter their URLs. Trying to gain dominance of the blogospere!?)

leslee said...

Oh, that is lovely, especially the top one. Although I want to drink the lower. :-)

zhoen said...

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the emotional blackmailer said...

glad to see your glass is still half-full xx

Jean said...

Oh how gorgeous! The cutlery photo is very special

Lucy said...

Thanks,
ML - that's a bit off, isn't it? I wonder if it's just a glitch or a policy? Merits a moan to them, for what it's worth...
Tristan - Indeed, and by and large it is!
Leslee and Jean - the cutlery shot was just a lucky one, but an interesting demonstration; what one often means by (good) depth of field is actually a shallow depth of field, hence only one set of cutlery stands out clear... sez she like she knows anything about photography.

julie said...

I love the cutlery photo!

Lucas said...

The top one could be a photo from one of those distorting lenses that makes big objects look small - in this case the arches of a giant intercontinental railway station under construction.
The glass calls for the celebration of the top image - fantastic!

Lucy said...

I suppose the cutlery has kind of got rhythm...

Rosie said...

I find all sorts of pleasure in white wine, but this is a new one

meggie said...

Just a sip!

Plutarch said...

Brings on memories of muscadet and sea food when I was in Brittany some years ago. It looks as good in your photograph as my memory tells me it tasted.