Shooting 500 Keepers at f/2.0 - Part 2

December 15, 2018

     This week is part two of the shooting at f/2.0 exercise. Many of the 500 keepers at f/2.0 could have been chosen for this post, but the ones chosen here provide an exercise within an exercise. Take a walk and see if you can make the objects along the way worth looking at because they were photographed at f/2.0. Is the scene better or worse? Is f/2.0 obvious? Sometimes it is, and sometimes it isn't. Something purely pedestrian may just be pedestrian, or maybe it's worth a second look. Things change. The building in the last photo was the lede photo in a previous post here. Apparently, management felt that it needed renovation. Maybe it did and maybe it didn't. The photos below show off the Zeiss lens at its best. What about the rest of the 500 keepers at f/2.0? Too many themes emerged to put them all into one category, and therefore many of them will appear in future posts on their own merits. Until next time, hale and farewell.


Gear Photos were shot with a Nikon D750 and Zeiss Milvus 35 mm f/2.0.


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