Thursday, October 13, 2011


I originally composed these images in square format, using the E-P2's 6:6 live view framing. When processing the RAW files, I found the square composition was a bit dull and the photos disappointing. A couple of days later, I looked at the images again and decided to try 16:9. Now that's much, much better, I think.

I don't often see 16:9 format being used by most "serious" photographers. Maybe because it is associated to the digital age and has no correspondence to classic film camera formats (except APS-H, but that was never a "classic").

Olympus E-P2 + Zeiss Sonar 135/2.8 + extension tube

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