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Yet more Impressionists Photos (2)-B

4th DD-2B(1)-A09A3850

With much of annoyance of the regular reader, I put yet another

fuzzy pictures — but with added “academic” ( 🙂 ) interest !

4th DD-2B(2)A09A3784

The pinhole which I’ve called 3rd version, used in the previous post

and “Quest for Fuzziness” post etc was the one gone too far, hence the

image has very little informations.  

So, I made the 4th version which gives less halation and a bit sharper image.  

(outer hole is still the same 1 mm though, the inner hole was much smaller.)

4th DD-2B(3)A09A3839

4th DD-2B(4)A09A3806

4th DD-2B(5)A09A3800

So, here is a comparison. (Photo above was by the 4th version)

4th DD-2B(6)A09A3492-001(3rd DD)

And this was taken by the 3rd version. = Difference is too clear.

4th DD-2B(7)A09A3760

 Those white halation can be reduced by darkening  (shadowing) though,

by doing so, the color contrast also increase = higher color saturation.

This was the reason why the images in the previous post looked like

a copy of old cine-film.  (It is a contradiction, supporsed to be a soft image

end up with strong color.  😦  )

4th DD-2B(8)A09A3761

4th DD-2B(9)A09A3765

4th DD-2B(10)A09A3766

4th DD-2B(11)A09A3767

4th DD-2B(12)A09A3768

Outer 1 mm hole was made on the thin aluminium panel (from beer can)

though, the inner pinhole was made on the thin plastic (from a cap of yogurt)

therefore it is very easy to make another one in 10 seconds,

and thanks to the DSLR, the effect can be tested at once.  

So, the Pinhole photography suits for a DSLR camera and really a fun.  🙂

(Especially in the case of Canon DSLR —–

Nikon needs to have Non-CPU lens set-up. (See the end of the Post)

—– I haven’t tested with other camera though)

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  1. jagan said, on August 24, 2014 at 02:28

    -^-

    yoshi-san
    this is crazhi-man!

    the opening picture is magic

    -^-

  2. bentehaarstad said, on August 24, 2014 at 11:36

    The first is my favorite.

    • yoshizen said, on August 24, 2014 at 12:08

      Yah, I like its subtle blue too.
      Thank you Bente.

  3. drawandshoot said, on August 27, 2014 at 20:48

    I like that subtle blue colour of the first one too. Lovely! Are those Sea Holly flowers?
    There is something about blue flowers that I never tire of!

    • yoshizen said, on August 27, 2014 at 23:18

      Thank you Karen. Yes that blue pompom is the most fascinating plant.
      — It must be the flowers though, there is no element to express “this is the flower”.
      (I think Sea Holly has tiny flowers around its head though, this one has nothing = young one
      is a bit smaller pompom and they always looks like that. And grow over 1 m tall.)
      Bit fuzzy though, the photo is showing pretty real looks. = gardener might tell it.

  4. elenacaravela said, on August 28, 2014 at 20:58

    I LOVE your fuzzy pics! The blue is so unusual, that it grabbed me immediately!

    • yoshizen said, on August 28, 2014 at 22:12

      Indeed I was also fascinated by that blue pompom. 🙂
      (I clicked the photos so many.)


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