Wide angle florals

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Hacking around the yard with my new 20/2.8. It's interesting to see the difference in perspective it gives.


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Frank,

Nice colors too...I'm headed out to my yard with my 20mm right now :) I hadn't thought of doing cloeups like these...

Best to you,
Gaye
 
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Uncle Frank....where do you live, Eden? Beautiful images and within a few feet of the backdoor. I haven't shot close-ups in ages...I may need to buy a new lens real soon. Keep them coming, Uncle Frank.
 
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UF - we all knew you would show us how to use the wretched thing. It does give a different perspective doesn't it? BTW - I have a 20/4 AI which is even sharper and has equally good color/contrast. Do you make any adjustment in PP for the distortion in the lens?
 
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We typically give little to no thought to bokeh on wide angle lenses but is a prominent feature of your shots. What's your impression?
 
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Vernon t said:
We typically give little to no thought to bokeh on wide angle lenses but is a prominent feature of your shots. What's your impression?
The background's blurred enough to isolate the subject from the background. As far as the character of the blur, I don't think the 20/2.8 is a threat to the 85/1.4 8).
 

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