Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Analog Diary: Going Ultra Wide Angle II

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Olympus OM-2SP, Zuiko MC Auto-W f/3.5 21mm

Going UltraWide Angle II

'Analog diary, a walk in the park with the Zuiko Auto-W 21mm f/3.5 ultra wide angle lens'

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The walk down the meandering path of the park gives me the opportunity to grab a few shots which show how well the lens can be adapted to a couple of genres I mentioned above.

When focusing is set to hyperfocal range, the 92° angle of view of the Zuiko 21mm f/3.5 does not only grabs them all in but also places them equally in focus throughout the depth of field.

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Aside from being the recommended option for landscape photography, you can also use ultra wide angle lenses for architectural interiors, near-far relationships, group shots in tight spaces, street shooting sidewinder style (shooting from the hips), and people watching. Images were post-processed on the desktop image manager and editor, Olympus Viewer 3 (OV3), and tweaked for Auto Tone Correction, Brightens & Contrast, Hue & Saturation.



Resource Links:
Olympus 21mm f/3.5
Olympus Zuiko 21mm f3.5 Lens Review on Sony A7s and a6000

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