|Posted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 10:18 pm Post subject:
|Focus and depth-of-field from foreground to infinity is very good, however it is at the limits of lens capability -- usual a little less strain on lens capability will result in more relaxed, better photo.
The photo suffers from "big nose syndrome", i.e., lens is too close to subject, resulting in distortion of features, as when 50mm lens is used too close to face -- nose is too big.
Moving back only a little will rapid reduce the "big nose" distortion, and, get dof more within lens capability.
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