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If you already own a different 135mm prime that is sharp I see virtually no reason to buy that lens. Canon doesn't make it anymore for a reason, it simply isn't necessary. Sure you can save a bit of time doing it during the shot instead of post, but you also have to weigh that with the cost of the additional lens to carry and buy. As for how you can create ...
It might have even been done as a single photo. If they went to a spot where the road actually ended, they could have put a drape down and then only had to alter the edges and texture of the drape some to complete the look. It would cover what would otherwise be the end of the road.
You cant tell exactly from a low res, but I think Ilmari Karonen has got it close. My guess is that only 2 pics are used. Nicely done with matching lighting - probably shot at the same time in close vicinity of each other. How to uniformly continue the background under the road? Masking. Place the pic over the other one (layered in Photoshop) then use ...
It's a blend of two pictures: one showing a road, and another showing a guy dragging a tarp of approximately the same color and width as the road. In particular, note that the grass around the guy looks subtly different from that around the road. It is pretty carefully done, though: it's pretty hard to see where the transitions are. (Well, except for the ...
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