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Old May 27, 2012, 11:33 AM   #31
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Yes, I agree with you Tullio, but like I said, was in a hurry and my main goal at the time was just to make sure this worked well with the Viltrox. I have learned a few things just by looking at this photo. For one, best not to shoot at an angle unless you want that effect. Thanks
Originally Posted by Tullio View Post
Thanks for the link, James. Your picture shows how sharp this lens is. It also shows how shallow the DoF is at f4.5. Sometimes, unless you are trying to really emphasize a very specific spot on the subject, you might find it easier to get what you want in focus if you increase the DoF by reducing the aperture to f8.0.
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