Apr 292012
 

Using a long lens with very shallow depth of field (this is the Sigma 150/2.8 wide open), especially when focusing near, gives you a unique view into a world that you normally don’t see: a world of mystery, of fantasy, and the fascinating thing is, that it changes completely every time you change focus.

You look at a thin slice of reality, and everything in front or behind vanishes in a mysterious veil.

By the way: the RAW Converter of the Day is Lightroom 4.1 RC2 :)

As yesterday and as in “561 – How Many Worlds“, the Song of the Day is “How Many Worlds” from Brian Eno’s 2006 album “Another Day On Earth”. Hear in on YouTube.

  3 Responses to “2021 – How Many Worlds III”

  1. I really appreciate this lens’ bokeh. Nice and smooth and creamy. Is this shot with your Nikon D300?

  2. I think that Lightroom 4.1 is the Raw Converter of the year!!!

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