Focus Shift Experiment

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  1. bishopsmead

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    Please tell me if you think this has been successful?

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    that's pretty neat! what exactly did you do? maybe something i have been wanting to try...where you take a long exposure and manually focus it off and on different parts of a scene during the exposure.


    looks kinda like a lensbaby shot
     
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    Very cool! Might have been a little better if part of the image were in a tad sharper focus (like if the right side of the "O" were a little sharper), so that not all of the image were blurry. But I'm being kinda picky.
     
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    It's a long exposure (1 or 2 seconds - I forget), where I manually focussed on the S and while the shutter was open, I carefully twisted the focussing ring to bring the Y into focus. Not an exact art, but I was pleased with the effect...
     

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