Monday, May 2, 2011

Behind the Gooderham Flatiron

Gooderham Flatiron from the back -- NEX-5 & Taylor-Hobson 75mm f2

The Gooderham Flatiron is one of the most photographed landmarks in Toronto.  Most people do it from the front, but the rear is equally beautiful, made famous by the mural Trompe.d'oille, created by  Derek Michael Besant.  

I am enjoying the Taylor-Hobson 75mm f2 lens, after it's more or less fixed.  One side is still slightly unsharp, but quite acceptable stopped down. It's hardly noticeable unless looking at 100%.  I intend to use this lens at least a dozen times this month.  Hopefully I will have a better feel for it.

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