Excuse my ignorance but what is Scheinfluged. Not sure what you are talking about on the light and sharpness adjustment either. This was captured in one shot.
Can you elaborate. On the above.
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I'm sorry, most likely I was not exact enough.
I'm not a native speaker, so language errors slip in at times.
Concerning the sharpness I was assuming you were using a technical camera or
tilt/shift lens and using the Scheimpflug principle to get that big DOF.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scheimpflug
I didn't mean you were using different shots - I was astonished you were "just" using the
basic photographic means of getting the right light and that DOf technique.
When I was reading your answer, that you did only little/minimal postprocessing
and it was mostly "just" the shot itself, I was reflecting what made me think of
postprocessing and filters and stuff.
And I think I am not used anymore to see good/ awesome/ stunning/
compelling/fill-in-whats-your-favourite-positive-adjective-here images that were produced
using the basic techniques that were used nearly from the beginning of photography.
So - take it as a compliment that my first thought was the wrong assumption you did it
with some additional digital means instead of thinking of the means you took to achieve what you did.
I believe this thinking of mine is an artifact of the digital era we live in.
The happier I was to read you didn't use anything sophisticated/very special software-wise.
I hope I could clear it now and sorry again for my ambiguous writing before.