Chris, good observation! Chris101 also asked me about this "effect" I get in my pictures but I lost the post and often remembered to dig it out and answer the question. The effect is simple: it is reverse panning (please don't mind me creating new technical terms :tongue. I often shoot while walking and so I pan. This will make the subject still but the background move.Great shot Ned. The background looks motion blurred yet the couple are sharp. Either that or the lens has a bokeh that looks a lot like motion blur.
Which is it?
Thanks! It's a sight we all witness every day. It's only a matter of balls or will :smile: No real technique nor vision involved...wonderful capture Ned, i love it
:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin: You crack me up!... since I only had a 21mm lens (14mm on a DSLR) ...
Check this thread: http://www.rangefinderforum.com/forums/showthread.php?p=562818#post562818:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin: You crack me up!
I love the 90° angle lenses. My 21mm f/2 Zuiko is one of my favorites. Can Zuikos be fitted to a Leica mount? It seems like the Olympus lens mount is way out there (that is, distant from the film plane), especially compared to the Leica's. Perhaps a Zuiko could be fitted with an adapter?