Originally Posted by BrianShaw
What is past infinity? Please answer using engineering terms, not metaphorical psychobabble.
If you consider the distance from film to lens when focused to infinity to be x, Increasing x focuses on things closer. Making x smaller than it's infinity value is effectively past infinity.
In the real world, this greater than infinity distance doesn't exist - but if it did, it would be in focus!!
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