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Re: The Oldest Schoolhouse in Arizona-Treated Appropriately

Post by St3v3M » Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:07 am

rmalarz wrote:Thanks, St3v3. The process of making this requires me to create the small DOF reminiscent of the old wet plate cameras. My critique of this is that I erased a bit too much of the blurred portion of the image. I may rework it sometime in the future and attempt to restore that shallow DOF.
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Post by Matt Quinn » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:27 am

Bob, Looking at this makes me dizzy. If I focus on the house, the background moves; if I focus on the background, the school moves. Makes me uncomfortable because I can't make the image stay still. I have an appointment with an eye doctor in November; I will look again after that. Matt
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Post by rmalarz » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:17 am

Matt, in reality the original image is quite sharp. The conversion to a web plate type appearance does cause a lot of blurring, using motion blur. Perhaps you need to get some motion sickness pills before viewing these. 8-)
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