thank you for your kind and encouraging critique that always comes in a very precise way!
And to me it is a great privilege to receive your words in two languages which gives me the chance of learning a bit of the Spanish language, too.
As to the "background obtained due to a correct DOF" I have to state that I did have to clean the background in postwork as it is always a problem with compact cameras of very short focal length that depth of field can not be obtained as shallow as we are used to it when working with 35mm SLRs or full size dSLRs.
When I want to include much information on the BG as with my previous posting of the butterfly against the sky, the extended DOF of compact models certainly is an advantage, but when shooting into dense vegetation as here, the large DOF of the macro settings may very often be a problem causing much distraction - even with diaphragm wide open. In such a case, postwork cleaning of BG is required - a procedure that may not take long but always is a bit touchy.
With thanks, and best regards to you,
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