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PostPosted: Sat Aug 07, 2010 5:13 am 
Thank you if you were talking to me, I actually just put the camera to 200 ISO and then focus to .28m and shoot around 1/200's at f/5.6 to assure sharpness at all times and then just move in until what I want is in focus and then that assures that when you are up close you get a thin DOF but not Razor sharp


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Here's a few with the 40d and my 17-40mm f/4L.


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