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06-16-2010, 02:34 PM   #46
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Experimenting... this breaks the rule of near-eye focus. The DOF was just such that it leaves the far eye and lips in focus.

C&C welcome. I am not sure I like the effect, but there it is...
Doesn't bother or distract me from appreciating the portrait-nice image.

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Mark, I love these two. Something about young and old faces that is particularly interesting to me.

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Mark, I love these two. Something about young and old faces that is particularly interesting to me.
Thanks-me too. The 2 ends of the age spectrum are it for portraits in my book(as a rule-which often needs to be broken)
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Experimenting... this breaks the rule of near-eye focus. The DOF was just such that it leaves the far eye and lips in focus.

C&C welcome. I am not sure I like the effect, but there it is...
I don't really like this one Woof. My eyes keep getting drawn to the first.
Did you by any chance shoot another with the focus on the primary eye? By the way, you have a wonderful looking boy there.

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I don't really like this one Woof. My eyes keep getting drawn to the first.
Did you by any chance shoot another with the focus on the primary eye? By the way, you have a wonderful looking boy there.
>> By the way, you have a wonderful looking boy there.

Thanks very much Javi. Very kind. I have thought the same of your family.

>> I don't really like this one Woof. My eyes keep getting drawn to the first.

I agree with you Javi. It is sort of unsettling somehow.

Experimenting again. Red filter effect here. Full sun and not perfect, but perhaps you've seen something like this...






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