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Aperture Series: Mt Conness Glacier Remnants (D810)
Shot with the 36-megapixel Nikon D810 at ISO 64. The 20/1.8G is compared to the Zeiss 21/2.8 Distagon on this scene in Guide to Zeiss.
The scene offers an ideal layout for studying the behavior of both lenses: a high contrast central area for focusing with an approaching foreground and distant background, long with good symmetry of subject matter (in terms of distance).
Mt Conness Glacier Remnants
This view up the heavily glaciated east valley of 12,649' Mt Conness shows the remnant glaciers abutting the escarpment leading to Mt Conness (eastern Yosemite).
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