out-of-focus

out-of-focus

adj
not focused or sharp; blurry
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While stars in the center of the field of view might be round and sharp, those near the edges or corners of the frame often appear as elongated streaks, distorted into "seagull" shapes, or simply out-of-focus, multi-colored blobs.
He was depicted in an out-of-focus photo the department distributed Monday while requesting the public's help in identifying him.
Then, they will use NIRCam to take 18 out-of-focus images of that star - one from each mirror segment.
Images taken in this mode are a hit-and-miss affair -- great when you get it right and too out-of-focus when the distance from the subject is insufficient.
This essentially cancels out the probability behind out-of-focus photographs, and seems promising upon first impressions.
Nine blades give the aperture a rounded shape that produces an attractively smooth effect in out-of-focus areas when shooting at larger aperture settings.
The COMPACT-SERVO 18-80mm Zoom Lens features a nine-blade iris aperture diaphragm to help give footage a truly artistic and beautiful look and feel, providing the much desired bokeh effect in the out-of-focus areas.
Casciari wrote, "We must look well into his eyes to understand this: he looks cross-eyed at the ball, as if reading an out-of-focus subtitle; he focuses on it and does not lose sight of it even if they knife him.
Law enforcement unions threatened a boycott in response to the filmmaker's comments about police brutality, some critics charged Tarantino with misogyny in their reviews, and selected screenings of a 70mm version of the film were blighted with technical problems including out-of-focus images, improperly synced sound and failing projectors.
The ideal image of cameraman is degraded by Gaussian blur with hsize = 7 andsigma = 2 and out-of-focus blur with radius = 3,respectively.
Lytro's light field camera technology offers the tantalising prospect of banishing out-of-focus photography for good.
The shallow-focus compositions and the use of Academy aspect ratio have the effect of placing Saul's head at the center of the almost square frame, while the action behind him--including, most of the violence and nudity that another film might have foregrounded--remains an out-of-focus blur.