Fool the eye: A portrait of a bride-to-be reveals computational photography’s dark side

gian posatiere

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I know you need stuff to write about but why would you use a photo that everyone that knows anything about computational photography says is a fake as your centerpiece of the story. It's literally impossible for that photo to happen unless she can move super fast and stop super fast so at exactly the right time so there isn't any motion blur. The multiple photo's are literally taken in tenths of a second a human can't move that fast.
 

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