What does he mean by "shoot a non-hazy picture"?


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dRebelXT

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Last time saw a CSer use this phrase, what does the phrase mean? :confused:
I used to think when the subject is very close to the lens, then there is little haze.
 

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Hmm hmm hmm ... this pharse always mention by someone and the someone knows who i am refering to ;p hehehehe
 

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dRebelXT said:
Last time saw a CSer use this phrase, what does the phrase mean? :confused:
I used to think when the subject is very close to the lens, then there is little haze.
I have no idea what he meant.

But in English, non-hazy should mean a picture without haze. It has little to do with sharpness or focus. A hazy image should mean only that - that there is "haze" over the image.
 

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student said:
I have no idea what he meant.

But in English, non-hazy should mean a picture without haze. It has little to do with sharpness or focus. A hazy image should mean only that - that there is "haze" over the image.
u r rite, i cant see any correlation of non-hazy with sharpness/focus.
 

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