Decided that this Summer I’m going to try to learn what I can about taking photoscapes….land, sea, architecture, perhaps indoors at churches and other nicely appointed and large buildings–any of the old and grand auditoriums I can perhaps get into.
So, today I tried out the lens of choice for this, a Zeiss 21mm Distagon T* f.2.8, and here is one of the photos. At 21mm it’s fairly wide but I can’t see any distortion. Photo is even from corner to corner. It has beautiful contrast and color saturation. I shot a hundred pix with it, however, and after going through them cannot find any one spot in the photos that are 100% in focus. I guess this is, however, an almost cinematic (some say 3D) look that these lenses are known for.
If any one has any tips, or advice…I’m all ears.