|A toy train track thru the MP-65mm F2.8 Macro|
The thought at the time was what’s the point in taking a photograph if you cant see everything ‘clearly’!
It was not long before I moved on to a new camera leaving behind my Zenith and with it the fascination of getting everything clear.
Over time the desire to have everything sharp died and gave rise to a new desire to have more and more of the photograph ‘blurred’. Working with the MP was a novel experience, without any Photoshop at all this photograph clearly shows the focal line in the photograph with as shallow a depth of field as I have experienced.
When I think of the importance of the depth of field in photography I end up at a concert where an orchestra is playing and then while the rest of the musicians fade out to create the background score the Cello does a solo recital.
Its as if you can cut out all the chaos in a fish market to hear a conversation between two people.