In June of last year, I began the journey of capturing Niagara Falls using video. The goal was to use the backdrops of this magnificent place as visual stimulus for my music. Without further adieu, here it is: The music was originally written in 1997. It was part of a concept album called “The Sun [...]
The Panasonic GH-1 and the Canon FD 85mm 1.8 S.S.C. are a magical combination.
The lens is cropped to a 170mm field of view—which means the image is cropped—not magnified.
With a minimum focusing distance of about three feet, on a full-frame this lens would not be an ideal walk-around lens. But on the GH-1 with a 2x crop factor, the three feet minimum focus limitation plays less of a role.