Queens Quay Tracks - Canon 5d w/85mm

Two frames combined, one in focus, one out. A little weird-looking I know.

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  • Mirko Herzner

    Not weird at all. Actually I am not quite sure if I could have guessed the technique without your explanation.

    2009-11-08

  • Joaquín

    Beautiful tones and POV, I like it very much!

    2009-11-08

  • Ben

    Love the bokeh-ish evening light in the back. Awesome!

    2009-11-08

  • laanba

    Nothing weird here. I love the effect.

    2009-11-08

  • minimodi

    it looks great but i think you'd pulled it off with the original as well, the light is amazing!

    2009-11-08

  • remy Choquet

    like the colors, the lines, the DOF.

    2009-11-08

  • Ryan Rahn

    I agree with Mirko...great job on the effect. It really adds a smoothness to the photo.

    2009-11-08

  • Chookooloonks

    I love it. It sort of makes it look model-train-set-y. Lovely image.

    2009-11-08

  • Arne

    Lovely.

    2009-11-08

  • David H-W

    Well, the end-result is great Miles! Thought it might have been a LensBaby shot. For me, it's all about the quality of the light though - excellent!

    2009-11-08

  • Nicolas

    Great composition, this two combined picture gave a great result.

    2009-11-08

  • Frida

    Nothing strange here. I like the sun and lamp glints in the background.

    2009-11-08

  • Miles

    Thanks!

    I just don't like the bit at the end of the rails, where it transitions into the out of focus frame. I agree though, the light was nice, I love this time of year at dusk.

    2009-11-08

  • A-man

    the frame combination is only noticeable to me because you pointed it out.

    2009-11-28

  • Claus Petersen

    A very creative technique to create a very cool image.

    2011-03-20