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In the mirror

By Laslo
The picture of my house with a garden vegetable garden made ​​the 2010th year. 15X15 using a mirror. I wondered what it produces a small 8-megapixel machine. This image can be scaled to have no retusálva. original.

Tags: Close-up and macro

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paulbroad 9 123 1150 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2012 2:44PM
The problem here is that your camera has focused sharply on the bloom facing away at the back, whilst the one at the front is blurred. You need to ensure the main focal point of the image is also the sharpest bit, and I look at that blurred bloom.

Paul

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banehawi Plus
12 1.6k 3656 Canada
5 Feb 2012 4:31PM
So I believe this is a shot of a plant, on a mirror. As Paul mentions, the camera/lens has focused on the reflection of the front flower in the mirror, and it would be better if it had focused on the front flower instead.



regards


Willie
Laslo 5
5 Feb 2012 6:53PM

Quote:So I believe this is a shot of a plant, on a mirror. As Paul mentions, the camera/lens has focused on the reflection of the front flower in the mirror, and it would be better if it had focused on the front flower instead.



regards


Willie



Thank you for your opinions. There is an artist is not my intention with this picture. I was curious what kind of image Innovate 5-6 cm distance and a mirror behind it. I still can not understand why the sharper the image in the mirror and the colors are more natural than the natural flowers in the mirror..
Sincerely, Laci
paulbroad 9 123 1150 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2012 8:03AM
You are looking at the lighting from a different direction in the reflected image, and the camera has simply focused on the reflection rather than the original.

Paul

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