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Will Thompson

Well-known member
Here’s mine!


Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief

All your lenses are sharp and your cameras have pretty well the best focus! So you give yourself a severe handicap!

That is a great photo! Sits as a “best” of something and I love it. But you have a high standard of sharpness, so yes, “blurry” it is.

I however, am sloppier than you are and don’t require sharp focus a lot of the time Here’s an example:


Asher Kelman: “Something Else“

Let’s see more examples of “blurry to the max”!

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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
A passenger jet was flying from Long Beach, out over the Pacific Ocean into a ceiling mist.


Asher Kelman: “Gone West”


nicolas claris

OPF Co-founder/Administrator
It's a beautiful picture Nicolas! I was referring to the horizontal line at the top with the light. I don't think it adds anything to the picture and I would crop it out if were mine.
Thanks James, now I understand ; )
But... I am sure you'll understand that I don't agree.
I think the projector and the bar, at the top of the frame, add vertical space where the dancer performs... The feeling of the solitary accomplishment of her art in front of her audience. Although she is alone with the music... A little lost, or emotionally transported, she plays with and in the air, she needs this space to express herself without constraint as she tries to elevate herself.
This brings imho a bit of subtlety and freedom…

But anyway I did appreciate your input! thank you @James Lemon for commenting!
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