Oh for God's sake, let's please stop beating on this horse !...

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Beezodog
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Re: It goes both ways
In reply to The Skipper, May 27, 2012

The targeted BLUR feature in Photoshop CS6 offers a practical example of how far things have advanced:

http://www.beezodogsplace.com/2012/05/17/photoshop-iris-blur-filters/

http://www.beezodogsplace.com/2012/05/15/photoshop-6-field-blur-with-bokeh-effect-filter-test/

The Skipper wrote:

I am not sure that either is really a disadvantage. And someday (soon), software will make this argument irrelevant.

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Re: It goes both ways
In reply to Beezodog, May 27, 2012

Those were interesting, thanks for posting them.

Looks like decent blur effects will be easier to achieve.

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Re: We could make that happen...
In reply to tedolf, May 27, 2012

tedolf wrote:

ZoranC wrote:

Marla2008 wrote:

It's way over DEAD !!

For some reason I thought this would be yet another of those threads about tedolph or whatever is his/her/its name.

if you would like.....

just invite Timmy to come in!

Tedoph, RIP

. . . I've already posted a few times in this thread and you're still dead aren't you?

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Re: We could make that happen...
In reply to Tim in upstate NY, May 27, 2012

Tim in upstate NY wrote:

tedolf wrote:

ZoranC wrote:

Marla2008 wrote:

It's way over DEAD !!

For some reason I thought this would be yet another of those threads about tedolph or whatever is his/her/its name.

if you would like.....

just invite Timmy to come in!

Tedoph, RIP

. . . I've already posted a few times in this thread and you're still dead aren't you?

Yes, still dead.

TEdolph, RIP

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Telling the Difference
In reply to tomnorth, May 28, 2012

tomnorth wrote:

I agree 100%. You could make the same comparisons between medium format and full frame. The fact is it's all physics. And then you could continue with comparing large format and medium format. What's the use? Let's get on with making photographs.

And given a set of 20 photos printed for competition from 20 different cameras done by skilled shooters, more than half of those claiming to be experts will not be able to tell the differences anyway.

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