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🧑‍🎨 | Isn't it a photo?The diorama that elaborately constructed a closed movie theater is a hot topic. The utility pole settings are really detailed!


Is this the real thing?Diorama?Which one ... * Provided by Mr. Takatsu

Isn't it a photo?The diorama that elaborately constructed a closed movie theater is a hot topic. The utility pole settings are really detailed!

 
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Takatsu: The point I'm particular about is that I want to express the "feeling of a different world" left behind by the times, and for that reason I give it a slightly dull atmosphere and dustiness.
 

Is this a diorama?The image of the diorama, which is an infinitely elaborate construction of a closed movie theater, attracted a lot of attention on SNS ... → Continue reading

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Hello. This is the "Maidena News", a soft news site from Kansai. We will introduce in a timely manner what has become a hot topic on the internet and in the Kansai area centered around Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto. Introducing and commenting deeply on the news and seasonal information that disturbs society from the perspective unique to Kansai. We can answer the "feelings we want to know" of all our users with the spirit of "Kotekote" service unique to Kansai.


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Feeling of air

Feeling of air(Kuukikan) is one of the forms used for artistic expression. Even though it is not directly expressed, it is suggested that it exists only through indirect information.

写真When used in expression, it means that a two-dimensional photograph looks like a solid.[1] Depending on the distance to the subject distanceコ ン ト ラ ス トChanges from aerial perspective and focus planeBlurThe three-dimensional effect is expressed byaberrationIt means that there are few things and it is rich in reality. It may also be used to describe a particularly good lens.1.

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References

  • Otake, Shoji (1999), Lens observation 

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^Lens observation ISBN 4257120479


 

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