Discussion thread Weekly Comp #140 A trick of the eye


Dr. Mhuni

Link Posted 15/03/2010 - 11:05
Looking at your photo after I'd chosen it I belatedly twigged that you must have PP-ed this, John. I noticed the illuminated part of the boat was wrong (unless it actually was from a light on the boat). It also explains what I was a bit perplexed by when I was considering it originally - that the figures around the boat didn't look very compressed. Out of interest, what focal lengths did you use for the two shots?

Anyway, kudos on a great PP job!
Mhuni

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Last Edited by Dr. Mhuni on 15/03/2010 - 11:06

Darkmunk

Link Posted 15/03/2010 - 11:25
Blumin' Swizz! ha ha.
I normally spot this sort of thing right away.
Here's a real one, that I almost entered


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johnriley

Link Posted 15/03/2010 - 11:28
Dr. Mhuni wrote:
Looking at your photo after I'd chosen it I belatedly twigged that you must have PP-ed this, John. I noticed the illuminated part of the boat was wrong (unless it actually was from a light on the boat). It also explains what I was a bit perplexed by when I was considering it originally - that the figures around the boat didn't look very compressed. Out of interest, what focal lengths did you use for the two shots?

Anyway, kudos on a great PP job!

It was shot at 300mm from the same spot, just turning slightly for the two shots. There was an access problem getting the sun behind the ship, so I put together what it should have looked like, so to speak.
Best regards, John
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