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    Good examples. Setup for sure with strong direction or intense charisma. I know I couldn't walk up and take a street shot like that.

    Here's a possibility. He was keenly aware of his plane of focus, it may be slightly angled so it runs from the fruit boxes on left to the carriage across the street.

    I think he may have retouched the luggage on the distant wagon in pencil to make the outlines sharper than they really are.

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    A camera is probably the nearest we will ever get to a time machine.

    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

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    A time machine and 3 hours on this street

    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post

    Either way I guess we have proven it is POSSIBLE this is a real image. Where did the OP get it?


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    Do not remember how I originally found it but it is the photo in Wikipedia for "MulberryStreet (Manhattan)":

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulberr...et_(Manhattan)
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    A time machine and 3 hours on this street

    There's a Full resolution ‎(4,222 by 3,073 pixels, WARNING: file size: 4.43 MB) link if any wants a look:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...t_3g04637u.jpg
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    Thanks Richard,

    OK I'll concede. One shot.

    He used movements only as needed to maintain correct perspective no slanting, sharpness extends from foreground to the "Banca Malzone" sign and directly across the street to the balcony colored green. The zone of focus includes about where the cart colored green stands alone. That isolated sharp element adds to an impression of sharpness where I expected falloff. The distant cart has some sharpness falloff, but the cargo of furniture has a lot of lines which resolve even though not sharp.

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