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ErikKaffehr

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Handling the DOF trap
« on: January 02, 2010, 11:50:59 am »

Hi,

I have an article in progress on three ways of achieving DOF, some of my findings may be interesting so I release it a bit prematurely:

http://83.177.178.7/ekr/index.php/photoart...ng-the-dof-trap

http://83.177.178.7/ekr/index.php/photoart...of-trap?start=1

Two sample pictures from this article (using the Helicon Focus approach), some images can be seen in full size by clicking on the image:

http://83.177.178.7/ekr/index.php/photoart...of-trap?start=3

http://83.177.178.7/ekr/index.php/photoart...of-trap?start=2


Best regards
Erik
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« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2010, 12:01:47 pm »

Quote from: ErikKaffehr
Hi,

I have an article in progress on three ways of achieving DOF, some of my findings may be interesting so I release it a bit prematurely:

http://83.177.178.7/ekr/index.php/photoart...ng-the-dof-trap

http://83.177.178.7/ekr/index.php/photoart...of-trap?start=1

Best regards
Erik
Thanks for sharing Erik. I never was patient enough to test my T/S lenses vs Helicon Focus (or both in conjunction).
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« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2010, 12:11:43 pm »

Francois,

Thanks for feedback!

Best regards
Erik




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Thanks for sharing Erik. I never was patient enough to test my T/S lenses vs Helicon Focus (or both in conjunction).
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