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This 2014 view of the Pine Creek Tungsten Min buildings was taken in thunderstorm conditions. Light was changing by the second; this entire series was shot 4 times (!) to finally manage a complete series with the “spotlight” lighting as I desired, for each aperture.
The images shows the exceptional contrast, color saturation and flare control of the 21/2.8 Distagon, as well as its sharpness and peripheral aberration behavior. Taken on the Nikon D810, it provides an interesting complement to the 2013 series with its serene autumn weather. A series was taken with the 15/2.8 Distagon series at nearly the same time for further perspective.
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