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Carl Zeiss ZF.2 18mm f/3.5 Distagon T*

Examples (White Mountains, Nikon D800E)

Examples on this page with the Zeiss 18mm f/3.5 Distagon on the 36-megapixel Nikon D800E.

These are ad-hoc shots, mostly handheld shot for the visual impact that I liked in seeing the subject matter

All were focused by eye and were shot handheld also, the goal was to make interesting images, to relax and shoot. As such, they might be less than optimal technically.

Cottonwood Canyon, White Mountains

The sun sets on brilliant fall aspen foliage in Cottonwood Canyon, White Mountains of California, Sept 25, 2012.

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f/9 @ 1/250 sec handheld, ISO 100
18/3.5 Distagon on Nikon D800E

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