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11-28-2010, 10:11 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by thazooo Quote
How about the Vague Theory Sensor Bloom ?
It's mentioned here and there, but good examples are hard to come by.
My understanding of it is that when the photo sites are over exposed, additional light 'Bleeds' over to surrounding sites. Example is Bright Whites smearing over to the darks. IIRC some folks equal it to a form of CA.
I mention this because you have detail in the shadows and the Bright Walls are over exposed. Read this link...and sub links.

How to differentiate Sensor Bloom and CA.::Manual Focus Lenses

Good Luck.
Thank you, thazooo, I think we are getting close here, somebody else with an idea?

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