the festival would never end



  1. I can honestly say I have never seen blurs and grades as rich and pleasing as the ones that come out of your camera. Not just saying because most people never notice or they usually look terrible (especially when you fake it.) I like to try to see your pictures as a plain of focus and blur, besides the image, which gives it another dimension like in a painting.

  2. And of course by 'when you fake it' I am refering to the craptographers drowning our generation in hollow data, not yerself :3

  3. That 50mm lens I'm using is REALLY sharp, and it's a 1.7, so I can cut the depth-of-field down to a hair.
    True DOF will always look snazzier than faked stuff. It's how it is.


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