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Someone Somewhere in Summertime © 2019 :: Lens Rikenon 55 mm f/ 1.4 Auto - test photo taken via a Sony Alpha 7RII

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Someone Somewhere in Summertime © 2019. Test photo taken by lens Rikenon 55 mm f/ 1.4 Auto on camera Sony Alpha 7RII


Someone Somewhere in Summertime © 2019

Author: Enrique_Vega_Pineda
Lens: Rikenon 55 mm f/ 1.4 Auto
Camera: Sony Alpha 7RII
Aperture: f/2.8
Focal length: 55mm
Rating usefulness: 4 (3)

18.07.2019 01:32:07
1225 0
For the whole last year, I've been
using exclusively wide-angle lenses
and with that gained experience I
returned to portrait photography.
Nowadays I rarely shot wide open, I
rather f/2.8 or f/2.0 at least. In my
experience, this lens has an
extraordinary performance, at f/2.8
will look fairly sharp, beautiful
bokeh, and a lot of character.
Intentionally I introduced a slight
blur to emulate the cinematic feel of
a 24 FPS, but with a static subject,
your photo will look completely sharp
at f/2.8.

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