Neighborhood Cherry Trees

Posted by Yonatan (New York, United States) on 17 March 2012 in Cityscape & Urban.

I recently purchased a beautiful new lens for my camera and have been having fun playing with it and seeing what I can create. The lens is the Zuiko 12-60mm f/2.8-4.0. As you an see in the shot above, I was able to shoot with my widest focal length and still achieve pretty remarkable depth of field. A shot like this would have much more difficult to achieve with the kit lens.


This shot was taken in my Manhattan neighborhood. The cherry trees pictured here are the same ones in my 3/15 post. Stay tuned for more shots from this gorgeous day.

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Best wishes,

Yonatan

Olympus E-5
1/160 second
F/2.8
ISO 200
24 mm (35mm equiv.)

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