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Preparing the Scene for a good capture.


It is not that easy, yes you may use the Point and Shot cameras for daily quick capturing. If you want to have a good shot you may want to set-up the scene and arrange the objects in the positions that suit you.

Here is a studio set-up for a shot, I used the natural lights from the windows and the room light, Nikon D90 with Nikon 35mm lens with f/1.8 to get the DOF effect, subjects are Watermelon, Orange [made of candle]and The Chinese’s Porcelainin in different distance from each other.

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Here is another view with more details on the set-up and distances.
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A shot with focus on the rear object (Chinese’s Porcelain).
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And now I just moved the focus to the watermelon and take the camera closer.
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