I shot this a couple of different ways. Both shots were at F4 but in one I focused on the lamps which made the building out of focus and with this one I focused on the apartment with the laundry line, making the lamps out of focus. Of course I could have simply stopped down to f8 or f11 and gotten everything in focus but I figured that might be too boring. I probably should have shot at f5.6, since this lens — like most — is sharpest a stop or two from wide open. I think the sweet spot is f8, actually, but I was more interested in the shallow depth of field. There’s always a compromise, isn’t there. Oh, and yay for wordpress, as they’ve given us the option to revert back to the old template for posting.
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