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With Lens Wide-Open

Sep 20 '11
The Pieta (St. Patrick’s Cathedral - New York City, New York) on Flickr.Via Flickr:
The Pieta was sculpted in 1906 by William Ordway Partiridge. It was inspired by Michelangelo’s Pieta in St. Peter’s Cathedral at the Vatican in Rome.  Photo credit goes to The Boss.
Last night, I was browsing through my September ‘98 issue of Popular Photography.  Lo and behold, pages 84 & 85  featured the same exact scene!  The difference being that the featured image was shot with a fish-eye lens.  
Jumping to the ads section I couldn’t help but notice the absence of DSLRs.  B&H featured Kodak’s DCS-420/410, DCS-460, DCS-520/EOS-2000.  Nikon and Canon had the F-5 and EOS-1N as their flagship bodies, respectively.  Do you remember these cameras?  
LUMIX 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 on a G2
[ 0.1 sec (1/10) | f/4.0 | FLength17 mm | ISO 400 ]FaceBook | Blogger | Twitter | Tumblr

The Pieta (St. Patrick’s Cathedral - New York City, New York) on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
The Pieta was sculpted in 1906 by William Ordway Partiridge. It was inspired by Michelangelo’s Pieta in St. Peter’s Cathedral at the Vatican in Rome. Photo credit goes to The Boss.

Last night, I was browsing through my September ‘98 issue of Popular Photography. Lo and behold, pages 84 & 85 featured the same exact scene! The difference being that the featured image was shot with a fish-eye lens.

Jumping to the ads section I couldn’t help but notice the absence of DSLRs. B&H featured Kodak’s DCS-420/410, DCS-460, DCS-520/EOS-2000. Nikon and Canon had the F-5 and EOS-1N as their flagship bodies, respectively. Do you remember these cameras?

LUMIX 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 on a G2
[ 0.1 sec (1/10) | f/4.0 | FLength17 mm | ISO 400 ]

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