Canon 5D Mark III | 50mm | F1.4 | 1/100 | ISO320
I believe this could well be my first EVER intentional skew horizon photo. That’s a strange thought! I say ‘Intentional’ because more often than not it’s very difficult to nail that wide angle horizon show unless using a level built into the camera.
I was out capturing yet another lovely sunset this evening.. During the switch-over from the 24-105 to the 50mm, I couldn’t help but frame up this shot. The bag looks very retro styled, though it clashes with the black and red lens so well.
F1.4 so I could capture that creamy bokeh around the subject, I also happen to love the distortion and vignetting which you get when shooting wide open (F1.4) with this lens. Gorgeous and such a unique look to die for! I have yet to use the 50mm 1.2, but I can only imagine it gets better than this (If that’s even possible!)
In Adobe Lightroom, I desaturated the out of focus area’s by about 50-60% throughout. Leaving just the center of the shoulder pack and lens fully saturated. With another brush layer of yet more colour saturation strictly for the red ring around the lens, which was the focus point of this image.