Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Removing distractions from a shot ...



I read an article in a photography magazine
about the unveiling of 
a Software on a camera which one can
touch the unwanted subjects on the screen
for them to be removed from a shot on the spot
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China Town
Kuala Lumpur


23 comments:

LE CHEMIN DES GRANDS JARDINS said...

Très beau reportage en "immersion". Il est vrai qu'avec le nombre de photos prises par les touristes, il est de moins en moins facile de pratiquer le métier de photographe.

Bon courage,

Roger

AGMPRISMA said...

It, s funny and cand be very interesting howwever i have a very funny picture of men who was in a picture on me without my knowing who they were and seemed about model.

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Olivier said...

beau reportage de rue

Sabrina said...

bellissime! cosa c'era di cosi' interessante da fotografare da quella parte??

Dawn said...

That would be interesting to have...there's many a thing I wish I could take out of my pictures:)

Carmen Negoita said...

Great photos! Everyone seems to be passionate about photography.

CLICK CLICK... said...

I guess all photographers wish we could get rid of cables hanging in front of monuments, etc

:-P

Filip Demuinck said...

Your photos good. I wouldn't remove anything. Does this SW really exist?

Greetings,
Filip

Theanne said...

an interesting innovation...I'm sure in some cases, when speed is of the utmost importance, it's still best to take the shot and cope with the unwanted in the shot at a later time.

photographer photographing photographers...I LOVE it!

Steffe said...

Sounds like the Tourist Remover software.

Erika said...

Everyone loves photographing.
Interesting software.
Ciao from Italy

osmar said...

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Carolina Tavares said...

The idea would be possible to do an assembly in the act of shooting, is it?

Michelle said...

Interesting SW concept. I thought photoshop was bad with the removing of objects!

Jorge Muñoz said...

I would use that feature only for extremely important things and as long as I can replace the object for a better one. For example my nose. There's got to be a better one.

Randy said...

I agree with Dawn. I would love on the spot editing.

Cloudia said...

I love your eye!


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Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

Everybody seems to own a camera nowadays!

Levonne said...

Isn't it incredible what cameras will be able to do in the coming months and years? Have you heard of the one you will not have to focus? Just literally point and shoot it. You focus when you process your digital image.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» finds it interesting that China town looks the same anywhere in the world!

Traveling Hawk said...

Interesting! How far could the technical adjustments go? What remains "natural" in a photo? I am just thinking...

Robert Geiss said...

thoughtful pictures. worth to think about every single pixel.

UIFPW08 said...

litle machine small shots