Above: Dramatic Light and shadow on the base of Willard Peak in Northern Utah. Recently I have expanded my lens set to cover wider and narrower views and so begins the process of learning how these tools effect how I see and how to get the most out of them. The above image form this past weekend was made with the wonderful Zeiss 100 Makro-Planar. I am pleased with the lenses ability at and near infinity, a distance that many of my subjects occupy. Excellent contrast and focus from 1.4 miles distance in the foreground and at 2.23 miles near the top.
Above: Dramatic light and shadow on the rugged base of Willard Peak in Northern Utah.Above: Dramatic light and shadow with blue-grey sky and passing cloud cover on the rugged rocky base of Willard Peak in Northern Utah.
4 thoughts on “Northern Utah: Willard Peak Light and Shadow”
Wow Andrew. Love the detail and your explanation. Haven’t really considered Zeiss lenses until now. Thanks for the info.
When you have the time to manually focus the Zeiss line is worth it.
Great light – and amazing photos!
I have never seen a landscape like this in Sweden… So my eyes drown in your beautiful photos ! // Maria