Photography: Sometimes you see things that should stay in your dreams

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    • Thanks for the comment, Sam. It was at f-11, 77mm on an 18-270 Tamron lens. From about 100 yards away. The shot was difficult to frame, since it has seven distinct vertical columns, not counting windows as a column. I’ve tried tighter crops, but it loses all context and, as a viewer, you’re left just visually swimming, lost … however, the tighter crop does effectively move the point of interest straight into the two windows.

      • Interesting. There’s a tricky depth of field thing going on to the left, like 3D and 2D fighting it out for control of my eyeballs. A tad disorienting and I really like that.

        Did you have any trouble with that lens warping the straight lines? I’m wrestling with this a little lately with my 10-24.

  1. Samuel Smith, I have a friend who uses DxO software and he says it works wonderfully with the Tamron 10-24. I think they do a trial so it might be something to check out.

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