Napioa - Wind Origins

Napioa - Wind Origins
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Sometime you have to make do with what you have. That said: Avoid shooting through the car windshield glass. It lower the details and usually can fools the AF system. Use a polarizer filter. Good for the mist in the air, should help with those mountains in the background Shoot in raw. Shoot in raw. Shoot in raw. If you shoot in raw the camera doesn't ...


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Judging by the dead trees in the bottom right, it's simply focused on those trees, and not what you're hoping for. Also, that long focal length means your depth of field is less, so it's harder to get more things in focus. http://www.dofmaster.com/dofjs.html


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What you are probably missing is that your DoF table assumes a display size of 8x10 viewed at 10 inches by a person with 20/20 vision. If you change the display size (or viewing distance, or visual acuity of the viewer, or any combination of those factors) then you have changed the magnification factor between the sensor size and the display size and must ...


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Will the focus change after i re-turn on the camera? Yes, but only if you are using a Canon STM lens. STM lenses will rack the focus in, and then out, when you turn the camera on, but it should return to the original focus distance. Non-STM lenses will not change focus.


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Will the focus change after i re-turn on the camera? Of the DSLRs that I can think of, none changes the focus setting when you turn the camera off or on. However, if you have the camera configured to focus with a half-press of the shutter release, the focus may change if you try to take a picture. If you have the camera in your possession, it's easy ...


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All of the linked images appear to have camera motion as a factor in the overall sharpness of the image. They also seem to demonstrate the result of fairly aggressive noise reduction which can reduce the detail in an image. What shutter speeds were being used? What ISO setting was selected? Was the camera on a stable mount or being handheld? It appears the ...


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The purpose of the HTC dual lenses is to create a "depth map". The distance between the camera and the objects in the picture is computed : each pixel has a distance associated. The following example (from http://www.i-art3d.com/Eng/About_Depth.htm) shows a depth map : Knowing this, an algorithm can recreate artificial "depth of field" effect, emulating ...


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The focal length engraved on the lens is the distance from lens to image; this is usually stated in millimeters. The focal length is the fundamental measure of the power of the lens. A “normal” lens delivers a view that is about the equivalent of the perspective we see with our unaided eyes. A camera delivers a “normal” view when the focal length of the ...



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