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Amazing DOF. Is this shallow DOF straight out of camera or did your work it in post-processing?
Mirko, this is another one of those multi-image montages, in this case made up of 12 shots taken with an 85mm wide open. So the depth of field is far greater than would be possible in one exposure.
Miles, I'm always amazed by your technique. The effect of combining different shots makes the DOF look natural, a true pleasure for the eye.
Did you use a tripod?
Amazing DOF!! Really nice picture!!!
I like this DOF too but also really like the colors, the combination of natural brown, the real white and the greyish Blue really does it for me..Well done
Wow! LOVE the DOF! Wish it was possible with just one exposure. So clever Miles!
COngratulation for your award. You diserve it. Thanks for the inspiration! I also like how you introduced yourself in the about page.
Bravo pour cette photo avec effet
Very niiiice!!! I loved the out of focus in the back!
Very dreamy =)
Congratulation for your award.
Wish all the best for 2010
Congratulations on the prize and great shot and technique. It almost looks like you've captured the smallest amount of snow falling in the shallow DOF??
This is gorgeous! I love the vanishing point!
That DOF is like from f - 100 LOL nice idea with the several exposures did you stitch several or just layer several exposures?
It's a handsome shot. What I really like, is that you're always experimenting and thus providing inspiration.
superbe picture. thanks for sharing
its just a blurring effect added to a beautiful picture , by the way nice try,keep it up
i would refer you to visit photoshop tutorials to see more , because you seem to be interested in these type of tasks
Miles, I am confused by your comment. I am correct to understand that you increased your depth of field with multiple exposures? Why not just stop down?
All the frames were shot with the lens wide open. The idea behind this technique is to use a fast lens at a close distance, using the multiple frames to cover a much wider field of view than would be possible with such a depth of field. The field of view from where I'm standing when I took this image is about 24mm, made up of multiple shots with an 85mm prime.
The easiest way to show what I mean is by example. I posted this 'pre-blended' version of an image I used this technique on here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mutephotoblog/4600219239/
Hope that helps explain it.
Thanks, Miles. So it is like a Pano in 2 directions. For some reason I thought the camera position was unchanged. I'll have to try this out sometime.
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