Thursday, April 10, 2008


One of the problems with shooting into trees is depth of field - not enough to keep all the trees you want sharp, yet too much to blur the background. Helcon Focus to the rescue, blending all the images except the last which had the background sharp. I quite like this soft look.


wblj said...

Well, my thought is that too great a depth of field doesn't look "right" - the eye can refocus as you look to different parts of a real scene but it knows that's happening to give a sense of depth. When I see a photograph like this I feel kinda cheated - can't tell how deep it is :-)

ManWithCamera said...

it's a bit dizzying, isn't it?