Digital Focus: Master Your Camera's Depth of Field
Hot Pic of the Week
Get published, get famous! Each week, we select our favorite reader-submitted photo based on creativity, originality, and technique. Every month, the best of the weekly winners gets a prize valued at between $15 and $50.
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This Week's Hot Pic: "A Lovely Couple," by Peter Nelson, Hartland, Minnesota
Peter says: "I hoped to capture some geese in their natural habitat, so I dressed as if I were going deer hunting, with a camouflage net stretched over the top of my head. After waiting about twenty minutes, I heard the first sign of my friends. I hoped my blind would be good enough to make them comfortable to land. Sure enough, the camo netting worked. I was so excited that initially, I started to snap shots of just about everything that moved. As I was shooting, I kept hearing a single goose honking nearby. I turned to look, and to my amazement, I found a goose seeming to yell at another. Every time this mad goose would lunge forward, the other one simply leaned away as if ignoring the conversation. It reminded me of a couple arguing."
Peter used a Canon Rebel EOS Digital with a Sigma 28-300mm lens.
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