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    Default Re: Simple question: Stepping

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    I think whoever said that has ZERO knowledge of photography and was just trying to sound cheem by dropping a phrase that they thought applies.
    yea dude. Sounds like poseur talk to me.

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    "Oh, your lens is so avant-garde, I can see the bokeh constellation around the clipping! That is what gives great stepping!"


    Ok, someone please give me a sledgehammer now...
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    Default Re: Simple question: Stepping

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    it is not a really having steps, but rich in tonal range, like in shadow areas is not block up, and also highlight area not white wash, still able to see detail in it.
    I know what you mean...
    my brain keeps getting fixated on the 'STEP' part, that's all...


    y'know... like STEP, vs SLOPE/GRADIENT....
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    Default Re: Simple question: Stepping

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    "Oh, your lens is so avant-garde, I can see the bokeh constellation around the clipping! That is what gives great stepping!"


    Ok, someone please give me a sledgehammer now...


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    Quote Originally Posted by enewmen View Post
    Hi All.

    What is stepping?
    Sometimes I hear people say, "that photo has good stepping" ?
    Or what is a step?

    thanks!
    I'm missing something basic
    Maybe, it is stacking. Stacking is used in macro and landscape photography to achieve DOF and sharpness.

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    btw, if it is stacking, it means taking a few shots of a subject. And systematically focusing on different spots of the subject. Then using software to stack the images together to achieve ultra sharp photo.

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    Never heard of it mate
    I refuse to List my camer@ equipment here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jopel View Post
    Maybe, it is stacking. Stacking is used in macro and landscape photography to achieve DOF and sharpness.
    Maybe.

    Then again, the stacking can be good, but it seems illogical to say the photo has good stacking.
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    setting? haha also cant be. stepping is so illogical

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    Quote Originally Posted by candycaine View Post
    Maybe.

    Then again, the stacking can be good, but it seems illogical to say the photo has good stacking.
    Noted. I just take the liberty to read it as an incomplete sentence - good stacking technique. There might be some communication problem of hearing or pronouncing.

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