David’s flower photograph is a perfect example of why macro is such an effective medium. By having a shallow depth of field, it really makes the object (in this case a flower) shine. What’s impressive here is David’s use of his gear. He shoots this with an f/5.6 aperture at 66mm. So instead of relying on his gear to separate that background, he zoomed in super close to get the final capture. Nice job.
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