Recent Photographs: all photographs © 1969-2020 by Carl Weese
The Money for Jobs photo is pretty strong. And it looks like you dragged out your DSLR for the occasion.
David, guilty as charged.Mostly, I avoid the narrow viewpoint of long lenses because I have a strong sense that (reference to 70s politics) "the significant detail, isn't."But there are situations where I have something to say and just can't get at it with my usual swirling, complex, juxtapositional constructions. I also used the dslr for a wider viewpoint than I have m4/3s stuff for. I found myself switching around so that I had either the 15mm (e-23) on the Pentax with the 20mm (e-40) on the GF1, or the 14mm (e-28) on the GF1 and the 70mm (e-105) on the Pentax.But I still find long/tight pictures weak. They become textural, rather than visual, which brings up the very good question of whether I should just have used words instead.
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