Starting the trip through Budapest on a sunny day in October 2018 in the Café New York:
The first stop was the castle and the nice Chain Bridge.
A visit to the famous Synagogue and the largest Parliament:
Some street photography:
Some strange behaviour of the IRIX 15mm: there is some differences of the “infinity” sharpness focused on 1m. Look to the left and right upper corners…
And the skyline at night:
Hope you enjoyed. Would be happy about a “like”.
Some words to the used camera:
I used the Nikon D810 with the quite light weight Tamron lenses 45mm and 85mm f1,8 as well as the Nikon 20mm and 28mm f1,8 and the IRIX 15mm. Seems to have a quite curved field of focus. Look to the picture of the shoes at the Danube bank: there is some differences of the “infinity” sharpness focused on <1m. Look to the left and right upper corners…
The Nikons only suffer from the focus mechanics. It is very likely, that the focus is changed accidentally. A check of the correct focus before before each picture is necessary, especially in manual focus mode.
One thought on “Budapest”
Lieber Ingo.Es sind mal wieder großartige Aufnahmen. Richtig große Klasse. Budapest ist echt interesssant zum
fotografieren. Diese Brücken sagenhaft. Danke bis bald Magda.