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Thursday, January 12, 2012

This is another photo of the model from yesterday's shoot.  I just got around to processing it.  The softness was achieved with a technique I have used since beginning my career -- rotating a prism in front of part of the lens and using a wide open aperture to further blur the image.  The prism causes some refracting lines in addition to the blur effect.
This photo was taken today in a real hospital where I was visiting someone.  I always have a camera with me.  In this case it was the Fuji X100 in macro mode.  I like this camera because it is so small and light to carry, and very unobtrusive.  It also produces very high quality images even at an ISO of 1600 used here.

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