On 10/07/2017 03:17, Bill Wright wrote:
Here is a Dropbox link to try.
The link shows a screengrab from the programme 'Horizon: volcanoes in
space'. It was a fairly brief shot but during it the focus stayed the
same. Was this a mistake or are they just trying to be arty or what? I
think it's ridiculous.
There's more and more of this recently, mainly BBC News reports, where
for some reason they think it's kool to use a really shallow depth of
field and pull the subject into focus after they've satrted talking.
I've not seen anything as bad as that, (until now !)
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