Hi Philippe, David,Sonny etc? :-)
I never even thought of the mesh in the back ground, nor even re-acted to
it? The cat's eye and fur were so "powerfully?" in focus and commanding my
visual attention there wasn't anything else to be bothered with??
Is there? Or was there? Besides all Philippe? Or Sonny had to do was open
the aperture wider, cut down on the depth, sharpness, it would be OK for
another photog's eye?? No?
Or be just like me? Damn happy I got one manually focused as sharp as this
is! "CLICK!" And smile! :-) :-)
"A COOL CAT CAPTURE?" :-)
Dr. ted OC :-)
[mailto:leicareflex-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of David Young
Sent: March-29-16 2:21 PM
Subject: [LRflex] Re: BW Pi
It would appear to be focused exactly on the eye, as it should be. To my
eye, the whiskers are fine, but the "grid" appears to be in focus, as well,
at least near Pi, yet it appears to be some distance behind him.
Perhaps Sonny can explain. I, too, am confused.
Very queer in terms of DoF(mean, where was it focussed on? what went wrongwith the plaster on the wall v. metallic grid and whiskers ...)
the eye. Antoine de Saint Exupéry in Le Petit Prince.
But I love you cat :-)
Le 29 mars 16 à 21:07, Sonny Carter a écrit :
Pi in BW Picture Effect +
Click the image to see it BIG
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