Focus

Tilting the Composer Pro II with Edge 35 Optic, will place a slice of sharp focus in any direction through objects in both the foreground and background of an image, bordered by smooth blur. Tilt the lens up or down for a horizontal slice of focus; left or right for a vertical slice; diagonally for an angled slice. Or keep the lens pointed straight ahead for no slice. 

To understand what the Edge 35 looks on full frame, crop sensor, and micro 4/3rds cameras, see the examples below.

Full Frame

The images below were taken on with Edge 35 optic on a full frame camera sensor

Emma Wood with Edge 35 on full frame

Stephanie DeFranco with Edge 35 on full frame

Behance.com/ndrsrjs with Edge 35 on full frame

Louise Zabriskie with Edge 35 on full frame

Stephanie DeFranco with Edge 35 on full frame

Crop Sensor

The images below were taken on with Edge 35 optic on a crop sensor camera

Polina Plotnikova with Edge 35 on crop sensor

Mareike Uhlmann with Edge 35 on crop sensor

Polina Plotnikova with Edge 35 on crop sensor

Polina Plotnikova with Edge 35 on crop sensor

Mareike Uhlmann with Edge 35 on crop sensor

Micro 4/3rds

The images below were taken on with Edge 35 optic on a micro 4/3rds sensor

Michele James with Edge 35 on micro 4/3rds

Michele James with Edge 35 on micro 4/3rds

Michele James with Edge 35 on micro 4/3rds

Maximum Effect

The images below were taken with the Edge 35 optic using maximum effect.

Emma Wood with Edge 35 using maximum effect

Polina Plotnikova with Edge 35 using maximum effect

Gerri Jones with Edge 35 using maximum effect

Agata W.Kwasniewska Photography with Edge 35 using maximum effect

Lauren Wilcox with Edge 35 using maximum effect

Minimal Effect

The images below were taken with the Edge 35 optic using minimal effect.

Stephanie Defranco with Edge 35 using minimal effect

Josefien Hoekstra with Edge 35 using minimal effect

Ute Reckhorn with Edge 35 using minimal effect

 

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