This is just one picture: Full frame, and then cropped. F:8, focus on the statue, and the sun is just behind it.
I used that lens in the subway, along the icy waters and inside the Museum of Modern Art, where I enjoyed an exhibition of the photo collection. Where else can you see within a few minutes Robert Capa's D-Day landing picture, Ansel Adams' Moon and Half-dome, August Sander's fat pastry cook and Julia Margaret Cameron's Mountain Nymph, all in original prints? Not in too many places. But it all boils down to a confirmation of what I knew already: This is one hell of a lens. Period.
The old man from the Age of the Contax 21mm Biogon
Edited by lars_bergquist, 10 February 2012 - 18:33.