So I'm shocked that I won another auction, this one for a 35 f/2 O AI'd. No, Jose, it is not the O.C. but like the H.C. 85, they don't come available very often with an AI conversion kit and this O does. As with the 28 f/3.5 H AI'd I bought, and the 85 f/1.8 H AI'd, I think I'll get by simply by being careful with the sun. I've not been disappointed with either of those lenses.
But I really do need to stop this nonsense. I think I need a 12 step program...
it's beautiful Curtis - but yeah, you've got a problem - it's not that you're buying too many lenses, hell, you only live once - it's that you're so impatient that you can't wait for a C lens to come up.
Amazing Peter - I've spotted a couple of the joins where they don't quite line up - but it's nothing really - I'm amazing that with moving subjects it lines up at all!!
and it was a hand held pan... It probably works even better in dedicated stitching apps like Microsoft ICE. This was done with photomerge in Photoshop. I only felt the need to rubber-stamp the pink conductor's right arm back together. It wasn't pretty being severed in mid-air
Took Nikki down to LA and Venice with my friend Spencer this weekend. I had never been to this part of LA and I hadn't been to Venice since I was a kid. The weather in LA was perfect, but Venice was socked in with fog, which still made for some interesting shots. This first part is LA and the Second one will be the Venice stuff.