Zork shift adapter
- Anyone used this?
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Mark D. Fink" <markdfink@...> wrote:
>To understand better the effect of lens in blur (what is typically
> I agree that it might not be possible to exactly duplicate the effect,
> but maybe we can give the appearance of the effect. I have just uploaded
> a file to my site www.northernlight.net/astronaut.psd - where I took
> one of the PhotoShop sample images, made a duplicate layer, applied the
> diffuser filter and then Gaussian blur to the new layer. Finally, I
> added a layer mask and used the gradient tool to selectively hide the
> blurred part, revealing the original below. You can show/hide the new
> layer to see the difference.
known as bokeh) one has to understand the effect that the blades of
the lens have on it. I think that the Lensbaby creativity pack shows
Browse these images. This effect is very difficult to mimic because it
depends on two factors: distance from focus plane, and locality of light.
I am actually itching to buy one of them, even though of my friends
considers them a cheap photo trick ;)