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I loved your Urban Snowpass and Piazza Erbe photos you posted earlier, but this one falls short, IMO. This is an example where shallow dof seems to serve no purpose, other than an illustration of the properties of a fast lens. I want to focus on something of significance, but find a simple sharp stair among several soft stairs not rewarding enough. I wish a mouse or a shoe or ?? was resting on the sharp stair. ;-) I mean this to be constructive, so please realize this is just my opinion. Thanks!

 

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I loved your Urban Snowpass and Piazza Erbe photos you posted earlier, but this one falls short, IMO. This is an example where shallow dof seems to serve no purpose, other than an illustration of the properties of a fast lens. I want to focus on something of significance, but find a simple sharp stair among several soft stairs not rewarding enough. I wish a mouse or a shoe or ?? was resting on the sharp stair. ;-) I mean this to be constructive, so please realize this is just my opinion. Thanks!

 

Larry

Agree, especially stimulated by the implicit suggestion about finding (possibly dead and vaguely rotten) mice corpse to reach a really Wurdalak-like climax in a dramatically thin (and highly non-linear) (differentiable?) focus surface. Since fulfilling requirements about mice could be a somewhat time consuming procedure, the thrill is added about the possible return of the noct to the legitimate owner (and seller) before mice are available. I could fail to show my corrupted intentions forced by the reduced shallowness of a Lux @f1,4. At the same time it could be impossible to fully show in the required context the real usefulness of an f1 aberration loaded lens with some aspects of randomly enabled help to creativity, ;):)

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