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@45mm: Lenticular Clouds over Owens Lake
This 3-frame 187-megapixel panorama is not quite as sharp as I would like, due to violent wind even when I hid myself behind a huge boulder. The 45mm focal length was as wide as I had, and lacking an L-bracket for the GFX100, I could only shoot in landscape orientation.
Stopped down to f/6.4 as here, performance is very good, but I do not have full confidence that it is ideal since autofocus was struggling, and there was no time to verify optimal focus across the frame as a whole. And such lighting does not wait for the photographer!
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