Saturday, June 4, 2011

Micro and Yoyogi Park Gardens

The family was at Yoyogi Park for a day cycling to celebrate my son's 7-the birthday.  I took some time out to try out the new 105mm. 

During a break, I took a few minutes to wander over to one of the rose gardens in the park.  There many varieties of roses and other flowers in bloom right now, and the colors are amazing.

The depth is a little shallower than I expected even when the lens has been stopped down 2 or more stops.  Subjectively, the sharpness and contrast appear very good.  I don't think that this is the sharpest and most contrasty photos that I've seen, but subjectively these images look pretty good.  I probably should have shot using a tripod or mono-pod with a cable release.

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