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Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; The 7th Avenue past 5PM is when the unsleeping, exciting, and swallowing city becomes the most monotonous. The famous New York steam can be seen all year-round, although many people believe they can see it only in cold season.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; The 7th Avenue past 5PM is when the unsleeping, exciting, and swallowing city becomes the most monotonous. The famous New York steam can be seen all year-round, although many people believe they can see it only in cold season.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; How did I capture Manhattan with 21mm? At first, I tried to shoot the areas densely packed with buildings but those shots looked boring because they did little more than indicating that I came to New York. Next, I included people, but the angle of view was too wide to compose and I was frustrated with the fixed-focal length.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; How did I capture Manhattan with 21mm? At first, I tried to shoot the areas densely packed with buildings but those shots looked boring because they did little more than indicating that I came to New York. Next, I included people, but the angle of view was too wide to compose and I was frustrated with the fixed-focal length.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC;

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC;

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; Manhattan has the well-known "grid system" with the orthogonally crossing vertical avenues and horizontal streets and it's always crowded with people, cars, and all other things. This time, I decided to shoot this city with two points of view: as a developer of the dp0 Quattro and as a photo-enthusiast.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; Manhattan has the well-known "grid system" with the orthogonally crossing vertical avenues and horizontal streets and it's always crowded with people, cars, and all other things. This time, I decided to shoot this city with two points of view: as a developer of the dp0 Quattro and as a photo-enthusiast.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC;With an ultra-wide angle lens, just 1 degree of camera's direction changes composition dramatically. While I was using an angle, a bird entered the frame of the LCD Viewfinder. My composition was affected by the bird's route from the bottom left. And, this demonstrates the amusingness and difficulty of an ultra-wide angle lens.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC;With an ultra-wide angle lens, just 1 degree of camera's direction changes composition dramatically. While I was using an angle, a bird entered the frame of the LCD Viewfinder. My composition was affected by the bird's route from the bottom left. And, this demonstrates the amusingness and difficulty of an ultra-wide angle lens.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; Thanks to the minimized distortion, horizontal lines look straight regardless of their positions in the frame. Shooting Manhattan proved that the lower the distortion is, the more naturally we can feel the wide perspective, and the more aggressively we can use it without worrying about deformation. Even if we can estimate the lens performance in theory, we can never learn its full potential until we check things in actual shooting.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; Thanks to the minimized distortion, horizontal lines look straight regardless of their positions in the frame. Shooting Manhattan proved that the lower the distortion is, the more naturally we can feel the wide perspective, and the more aggressively we can use it without worrying about deformation. Even if we can estimate the lens performance in theory, we can never learn its full potential until we check things in actual shooting.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; The residences are as high as commercial buildings and they can be this high because Manhattan is under laid with solid rocks. This shot was taken looking up to the channel-shaped skyscraper.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; The residences are as high as commercial buildings and they can be this high because Manhattan is under laid with solid rocks. This shot was taken looking up to the channel-shaped skyscraper.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC;      The light was so intense that it could pierce almost everything. And, it was reflected and defused between the buildings. And, these lights filled Manhattan in early spring and it was when the branches of trees had just started to bud. The distinguishing characteristic of the Foveon sensor is its amazing tonal reproduction capability and the unrivaled high resolution.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; The light was so intense that it could pierce almost everything. And, it was reflected and defused between the buildings. And, these lights filled Manhattan in early spring and it was when the branches of trees had just started to bud. The distinguishing characteristic of the Foveon sensor is its amazing tonal reproduction capability and the unrivaled high resolution.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; If a lens suffers from distortion, we don't want to place subjects in the corners because they are severely deformed even if we kept the horizontal lines level and vertical lines upright. In other words, distortion limits shooting opportunities.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; If a lens suffers from distortion, we don't want to place subjects in the corners because they are severely deformed even if we kept the horizontal lines level and vertical lines upright. In other words, distortion limits shooting opportunities.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; While taking a break at a cafe looking at the streets through the window, I realized that I was trying too hard to frame things. All I had to do was to capture things just as they were with no intention to frame! The Midtown was surrounded with high-rise buildings and the streets turned to be the streets of light and shadow. The 21mm equivalent angle let me capture the scenes just as they were.

Sigma dp0 Quattro /Slash/ Episode 1, NYC; While taking a break at a cafe looking at the streets through the window, I realized that I was trying too hard to frame things. All I had to do was to capture things just as they were with no intention to frame! The Midtown was surrounded with high-rise buildings and the streets turned to be the streets of light and shadow. The 21mm equivalent angle let me capture the scenes just as they were.

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