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    spines and pipe

    just experimenting, what do you think?

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    Re: spines and pipe

    For me, Miltos, there is a little bit too much out of focus area at the bottom.

    I find that for this type of shot to work well and have impact you need both the foreground and middle distance to be sharp.

    Would a very slight crop from the bottom and right side be worth considering?

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    Re: spines and pipe

    Actually the whole image is very sharp! This is a fake tilt-shift effect. That's my experiment. The idea here is that I need to lighten this busy image by focusing the eye on to the pipe. Instead of vingetting I tried the bluring thechinque that also introduces a miniaturization effect.

    Thank you for your time!

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    Re: spines and pipe

    In that case, Miltos. Because my eye travels from the bottom left corner along the pipe to the top right corner, how about leaving the bottom left corner sharp and blurring the right side a little more to give an apparent increase in the length of pipe.

    Just a thought.

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