A definite improvement but I think she still looks like E.T. :-(
On 26 May 2016 at 23:50, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 5/26/2016 2:53 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
>> Yes, seems better to me too. The girl's head looks a tad stretched due
>> to volume anamorphosis--there are a few other signs of this effect as
>> well. Would consider a modest cylindrical correction
>> which is less accurate than a spherical correction but leads to less
>> linear distortion as there are straight lines in the shot as well. One
>> can't have perfectly straight lines and correct the anamorphosis,
>> My choice would be normocephalic subjects with slightly skewed lines.
> How about normocephalic withOUT skewed lines? <
> On 5/26/2016 9:52 AM, Philippe wrote:
>> . . .
>> My point was not there - I'm not thinking in term of "laterality" but in
>> term of depth, which is another dimension. I was certain you had targeted
>> the cobbler whatever the means, AF or manual.
>> What I mean is that for this particular shot it would have been more
>> beneficial to have the character on left sharper and less the car in the
>> background. Front focusing a bit would have helped.
>> Now of course you can still defocus/blur-unsharpen the car in post.
> Like the above? :-)
> Scuffed Shoes Moose
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