Im not sure Armando. I'm sure it was done with the 18, as the majority of daylight photos are. When I'm using zone focus, I'm generally in f11 in really bright light. But that one was auto-focussed if memory serves (which it often doesn't!), so it was probably 5.6 or 8? Digging exif out of an iPad is a trick I haven't learned yet or I'd check. Remind me when I'm back home in May and I'll check then!Another great set Ray. Amazing sharpness in all these photos. Was that first photo (the guy with the hoodie) shot with the 18/2? If yes, what aperture are you setting that in? In one of Steve Huff's photos with the 18/2, the DOF just seemed to go on forever and ever! And even the background objects/people were razor sharp! Amazing!
Funny thing for me is I love to visit the city, one of my favorites, but I just hate working there one of my least favorite cities to work in, so the conclusion for me is if I was independently wealthy I could enjoy living there a lot but if I still had too work I would hate every minute.it's a place I could actually live or just a place I love to visit.
Funny, when I was younger, even 15 years ago, I couldn't stand the place. Within a few hours, it would stress me out something fierce. Just couldn't cope. Now, as long as I have a place to escape the insanity, I love it. I can still do with VERY small doses of the whole Times Square / Theater District area, which is crazy far more often than not. But just about anywhere else in the city I love.Funny thing for me is I love to visit the city, one of my favorites, but I just hate working there one of my least favorite cities to work in, so the conclusion for me is if I was independently wealthy I could enjoy living there a lot but if I still had too work I would hate every minute.
Your images are a joy to view, I admire your taking a month to shoot the city, very cool
Love the first shot. It's such a great piece of compositional street shooting not often seen. The second one is a nice spontaneous moment, well captured. Incidentally I actually tried to wipe my laptop screen clear when I saw the second shot, only to realise that the gunk in the sky was part of the filter effect!