I’ve always loved the 24-105mm f/4 lens from Canon. I’ve had the EF version for my DSLRs, and I didn’t hesitate to get the RF version for my R series cameras.
Not only is the RF 24-105 f/4 a wildly versatile lens, but sometimes, at 105mm f/4, it produces a pleasing bokeh that will make anyone looking at it question whether it was truly an F/4 lens.
The image above is a case in point.
For some context, look at the previous photo. Just behind the girl, you’ll see a shiny object. There’s water inside of it with artificial flowers made of soil. This is one such flower.
Funny thing is, despite having taken numerous photos of the Buddhist temple when visiting it last year, the only two photos I truly like do not show the temple at all.
This is one of those photos. The other will be posted tomorrow.
|Camera||Canon EOS R|
|Lens||RF 24-105mm ƒ/4 @ 105mm|
|Location:||Nobo Shalbon Bihar, Comilla, Bangladesh.|
|Date Taken:||October 23, 2021|