I thought I was being informative... helping a newb in the ways of depth of field and proper focus techniques using her gear... little did I know that I was belittling the sanctity of the world of photography. If I only had known...
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Its just a fact of life, people may like the images the way they take them, and many like / want the entire depth to be in sharp focus. They can also be sensitive to criticism, even though they asked for it.
Its ok, if they like them, isn't that what counts?
Is it? I thought it was too see who from high school got fat.
Definitely a fraction of a millimetre, but that was through a microscope
Sounds to me like a mode in which the camera determines the subject near and far distance and sets aperture to ensure all subjects are in focus.
take for example a shot of a group of people. face detection could be used to determine the distance to the subject closest to the camera and the suject farthest from the camera, then select the aperture that mathmatically satisfies the DOF with that lens.
Sounds like a cool feature for consumer level cameras or even for shooting video if it was dynamic enough to adapt to the changing environment in real time.
Absolutely. Canon people may be slow but they are not idiots. If they bringing something on, they must have reasons.
the rumor is very vague..
A lot of heat for something that we don't even have a clue of what it is.