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“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow." – Imogen Cunningham

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Day 77 (May 27) The Garden at f/1.8

I always enjoy really narrow depth of field in other people photos, and I think to myself, "Gosh, it sure would be nice to have that expensive lens to take such beautiful images."

Well, duh! Jessica.

I already have a lens with very narrow depth of field, and because I'm a bit slow, I hardly ever use it. And when I do, I stop down! Why???

So, today, I shot wide open in the garden, during some light rain (by the way, not recommended, but I was pretty sure the camera could handle it). Wide open the lens isn't super sharp, plus the leaves were blowing in the breeze, but I still got some decent results.

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