At 3/24/2020 02:05 PM, Moose wrote:
>Extra, Super, Ultra, Hyper. Sounds like descriptions of star ship drives. But
>also wide angle lenses. :-)
I was going to say gasoline. But then we would need Nitro lenses.
Even with the 20mm, I started to try to get wider with stitching. The result
from PS using the 20mm was pretty bad. Perhaps I didn't use the correct
>Sequestered as I am, I don't have much in the way of suitable subjects, so my
>test is not deathless art. ;-) Leaving aside the film/sensor format, looking
>just at the AoVs, here's my
This scene doesn't look bad. Just because you see it every day. Was this a film
I will have to get out my CV 12mm and do some comparisons. As always,
interesting information. The 10mm does stretch the tree branches in the corners
quite a bit.
One WA landscape trick I heard, with something in the distance being tiny, is
to put it toward the top of the frame to enlarge it.
I'm wondering if a curved monitor might render WA shots better for our eyeballs?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/