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Vanessa D

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Yes, easily passable.

It's a huge pity when eyes don't have the same focus, and moreso when it's the front one that missed.

Technically speaking, if you wanted to do this perfectly, you'd apply about 0.8 of Gaussian Blur to the sharp eye to make it match the front one.  It would make them even, and they'd still both be razor sharp once sharpened for output (which I know you know how to do, since you're in the Sharpening Class).

However, I know that the idea of blurring eyes, even a little bit, scares the crap out of most people, so they generally live with one looking a bit worse than the other.

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