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Old 05-20-2012, 11:20
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Thanks . I realized after looking at which listing you were talking about again, that I was most likely using the manual setting, 35mm lens, and had the aperture wide open (probably f/1.8) to achieve the shallow depth of field (i.e. the blurring in the background). Sorry about that, I use the auto for the majority of my product photos - that's what I get for typing in the wee hours of the morning .
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