Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper
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Sep
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Oct
4
comment Why is depth of field affected by focal length?
@mattdm and Daniel – Whoops! Thanks.
Oct
2
comment Why is depth of field affected by focal length?
I think you mean the depth of field _de_creases. When something's very close to the lens it's very easy to throw out of focus – depth of field is shallow. When it's far away it's more difficult – depth of field is deep.
Jul
19
comment How do you pronounce “bokeh”?
@Andrew - yeah, it's really close, but I bet if you ask her to say "ka ki ku ke ko" you'll hear the difference between her "ke" and your "kay".
Jul
19
comment How do you pronounce “bokeh”?
That's a pretty good approximation, but the speaker is from Hong Kong. It's just like any other foreign word that's been incorporated into English in that the degree to which it's faithful to the original pronunciation depends on a number of factors, including the speaker's accent.
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answered What “Top Tips” should I give compact camera users in a short talk?
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answered How do you pronounce “bokeh”?