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This series from f/4 to f/11 was shot in the Alabama Hills near Mt Whitney. It examines field curvature and focus shift along witty sharpness near to far and across the frame and unfortunately—lens asymmetry.
@56mm: Alabama Hills Desert Wash, Sunrise View To Mt Whitney
Adobe Camera Raw 126.96.36.1997. View ACR Settings. Camera Profile = Adobe Color. Vignetting, distortion, chromatic aberration all corrected as per required EXIF settings which ACR enforces, for both lenses.
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