Yosemite mirror lake with Autocord 3-d lens

Yosemite mirror lake with Autocord 3-d lens

Yosemite mirror lake with Autocord 3-d lens

Our road trip in 2007 took us to Yosemite.  What a great place.  We had small children so long walks where out of the question, but we took this short walk up to mirror lake.

Interestingly, once there, I did not really feel impacted by the view.  My wife (I have a great wife!) encouraged me to take at least one picture.  So, I took out the tripod and set up the Autocord.  Afterwards I was thankful for me wife’s encouragement because this turned out to be one of my best pictures.


This picture is a great example of the 3-d effect that the Autocord lens brings at times.  The rock in front really pops out, and the mountains in the back form a nice silhouette.

This was taken on Fuji Provia 100, 1/250@F8, scanned on my humble Epson 4990 as usually.

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2 Responses to Yosemite mirror lake with Autocord 3-d lens

  1. John Beach says:

    Great Image! Do you recall your point-of-focus with this shot? Was the camera set at infinity or did you focus on the rock in front and rely on the depth of field to include the background in focus? Thank you.

    Cheers,
    John

    • Agust says:

      John,
      I noticed that your almost 4-year-old comment had never been answered!
      The focus was on the rock. I only took one picture – very happy with the results.

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