I can never understand why we need " bokeh" in pictures why don't you just take the main picture and just change the background in Photoshop I like all the picture to be in focus it's nice this way IMO.
Choderboy wrote in post #12366474
However advanced you judge the human eye, it can also be fooled by somebody putting a pencil between their fingers - "look, a rubber pencil!"What about the moon illusion? Fools the human eye but not a half megapixel camera?
So if the human eyes can be fooled easy that explains why Canon,Nikon,Sony can fool us to beleve their cameras are 18 - 21.1MP? and are we to believe that the camera is better than the human eye, with a bokeh background!, the same for TV the moon landing was film in black & white. because it is easy to fool the eyes with only two colours!
So why are we force to see only Black text on white paper?
SkipD wrote in post #12365230
Look carefully at ONE WORD on the screen in front of you. Stare at it while thinking about the surrounding words.
So your eyes are only focus on one Word what about the "surrounding" your eyes see wide not tunnel vision like cameras do, so you force your eye to see a Narrow Vision thorught one lens, but you look at the picture with two eyes? why not have just one eye than!
So why invent wide screen TVs, PC monitors wide screen laptop, and the IPad, if are eyes only see narrow Vision. or one focus.
george m w wrote in post #12365252
True statement. Anybody that thinks they are able to focus on all subjects in the field of view, with the human eye, needs to do a little reading on how the human eye and vision works.
So when you are walking do you only use one eye?, so if you see a bus do you only focus on that one bus but don't see the cars when you cross the road? but most people can see with two eyes in wide vision so we force one eye to see all maybe you need to read on the human eye too.
Indecent Exposure wrote in post #12366771
Bokeh has come to mean blur. Old fogies are just gonna have to learn to deal.
The Bokeh don't mean is a good picture and some prople don't want blur backgrounds in their pictures, the term comes from the Japanese word boke (暈け or ボケ), so why change the name to 'Bokeh' in English? adding the 'h' letter. when we didn't invent it?