I was out early this morning, while the light was still soft, making images in the garden of a home where we are staying. These are some of the images I made. All were made using the Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera with the newly-released Nikon 105mm f/2.8 S lens. This lens is quite sharp. It’s reputed to be the sharpest 105mm lens Nikon has ever made, and they’ve made some legendary lenses in that focal length. I’ve owned several over the years and I can’t disagree with that statement. In addition, the lens is surprisingly light for its size and it operates very smoothly.
These lenses are hard to get right now, due to a computer chip shortage affecting the industry. If you can get one of these lenses, you won’t be disappointed.
I worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture for 27 years in the field of rural community and economic development. I retired a few years ago and have been devoting my time to photography and writing. I've been a semi-pro photographer for more than 25 years and sell my work on the Web. I live in rural Virginia not far from the Shenandoah Valley.
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