E-P5 and "shtter Shock"

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Re: Pshaw, or "blowing in the wind"
In reply to Bob Tullis, 10 months ago

Bob Tullis wrote:

Simon Cowell wrote:

... in my view outdoor shots cannot be used for experimentation because simply you cannot control all the parameters.

For instance, at 1/60 even a slight wind may cause the leaves to sway.

Unless you're talking about a close up of leaves only, there will usually be supporting elements in a composition that won't be affected by the wind, providing clear evidence of one's precision.

I believe the "1/60" was referring to my post showing a blur resembling shutter shock, but probably due to other motion blur.  Test photos were made on a quite windless day.  Besides, if blur is due to wind-induced subject motion, I don't think it would look like the perfect vertically doubled effect we're talking about.

So I'm inclined to agree with your comment in this instance.

Jules.

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