Originally posted by M
motion blur has to be 17 fps? Thats cool.. learned something new today
aehm M, dont take it as a definite answer. it is just that about 17 fps is the border where the brain starts to put the frames together as motion. below 17 fps it is similiar to a rotoscope effect - and it would be really strange if it would be blurry. and of course the 17 differs from person to person. it even depends on the lighting situation. usually the lighter the environment the higher the fps has to be - in a movie theater the illusion of motion stops if the movie (e.g. end credits) still plays and they switched on the lights already.
Originally posted by dave_baer
Baby duck... I like the image of the cathedral and the bridge. Looks Maya worthy.
thank you - but it is a photo. even the bridge is complicated enough to turn into 3d - and i for sure had to go and make a lot more detail shots of the bridge.
if you are not convinced it is high detailed, have a look at the file in resolution it came out of my hp 850: http://www.freewebs.com/uwerichter/cologne/