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Started Apr 11, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Re: The highly popular 3D myth
In reply to pinnacle, Apr 12, 2014

pinnacle wrote:

A "3D" effect in a photograph has NOTHING to do with a lens (except for focal length) or a sensor (except for sensor size). A "3D" look in an image is a result of many possible combinations of subject to lens distance, aperture setting, texture in the primary subject matter, the relative distance between the elements that make up a given composition, the focal length of the lens, the angle of light and number of light sources falling on the subject matter in an image.

Apart 3d effects with cellphone, I totally agree with you. It's essentially a staging plans, a focus point well chosen and generally a very short DOF . This is why I've been asking Op to share some of his pics where he sees this 3d effect. I'm still waiting.

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