Trippy Bokeh Thread

Started Aug 18, 2012 | Discussions thread
Victor Engel
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Re: Would this qualify for "trippy"?
In reply to brightcolours, Aug 22, 2012

brightcolours wrote:

One doesnt need a picture of the building in focus to see how the bokeh has a doubleness in it.

You are missing my point. It is straightforward to simulate what happens with different kinds of bokeh using a source image in good focus. With this specific photo, the distant object doesn't really have significant complicating factors like obscuring branches, so it would work well as such a demonstration image.

After the simulation is generated, we would then be able to study where the doubleness you see comes from. If you think you can tell that without an in focus original, please explain.
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