MANHATTAN – Here we are at home with this super wide 12-24mm Sony lens, shooting at 12mm. Controlling these very wide lenses is actually a bear: the slighted tilt or non orthogonal positioning results in incurably weird distortion. You will see below that the lens a perfectly rectilinear, probably as a result of profile corrections automatically applied in Lightroom.
Day 3131 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life. A repeating number.
On this date five years ago (day 1305 of one photo every day): Home sweet home
NEW YORK NEW YORK – More work on “bokeh”, the quality of the out of focus portions of the image. I’m getting lovely bokeh from my Leica 50mm Luxochrom stopped down a stop or two. Wide open it has the “nervous” bokeh typical of highly corrected lenses.
Day 2,752 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.