At least, in our house.
Taken a few moments ago.
(Technical: f/6.3 | 1/250 | ISO 640)
This image was taken at the same time as all of my other recently posted images, before I realized that my 58/1.4 lens was front-focusing.
The intended focus here was the near eye, but the actual focus ended up being on the front of the hat.
Still, I like this image.
(Andreas: the background buildings are the same yellow-ish buildings :) )
I fine-tuned the focusing on my 58/1.4 lens this evening.
As I suspected, it was off.
I suppose I could be annoyed that it needed a “+15” adjustment, but I’m mostly relieved that it can be corrected easily.
[Edit (November 21): Upon further testing – in daylight :) – it turns out I need to make a +18 adjustment!]
What would that look like?
I did an outdoor photo shoot for a family today.
The colours, textures, and even look that I am able to extract from the D810 remind me of what I was getting with my Mamiya 7 +Kodak Portra 400 film.
I just set the date and time (on the camera), but somehow managed to take 200 images of a running dog catching a frisbee. Yet my lens cap was still on! All of these features…