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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 May 2024 at 22:54
Onto Day 125, first some macro:

1 This is not a fried egg



2 Iris



3 Bunch of onions
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 May 2024 at 22:58
And these are all from Middelburg:

4 Bluebird



5 The bridge is open



6 It's lonely in the shadow



7 Roll your own


All seven were made with a7iii + Voigtlander 125mm F2.5 SL Macro Apo Lanthar (A-mount !), beautiful lens.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 May 2024 at 23:04
Week 18 is done, long live week 19: 127mm-133mm. 127 = 5 inches so plenty of choice of British and American lenses!
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Meanwhile, another week has begun.
This week it's for 135mm, among others.

First up, Minolta AF 135/2.8 (all at F2.8)

#1 The robot vacuums


#2 Marina


#3 Princess tree


#4 Empty Sky Memorial


#5 Giant onion
Sony a7R4, a6400. E, A and MD lenses.
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I have lost track of Day Prime due to injury, vacation and business travel. Sorry to have missed day 133 (the lovely Tair 11 133/2.8).

But, if I can find the time, I will do day 134 (Lomo enlarger) and I have a choice of 14 day 135's (I can't remember how this happened). Perhaps Minolta MD 135mm 1:2 and Meyer Primotar 1:3.5 135 (my first Meyer, the Trioplan 1:2.8 100 I considered too expensive at the time).
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I've lost track too a bit, I've been very busy with all kind of "non photographic" activities. I haven't missed any lenses but thanks for taking over the announcements of the weeks gentlemen.

As Mariusz mentioned it's week 20 now for focal length between 134 and 140 mm, so time to get out my two 135's

Here's the first, from a bicycle tour this morning

135-1: The former tram station of Brecht, now a Hotel/Restaurant

LR pano of two portrait oriented photo's


135-2: MS JoGo 1 carrying bricks over the canal Schoten-Turnhout-Dessel



135-3: Inspired by Roger Rex, an old barn in fields along the way



135-4: The same parn "head on"

LR pano of two landscape oriented photo's

All A7ii + OM Zuiko 135/2.8
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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2024 at 21:41
My second 135mm: Minolta MD III 135/2.8 (at F2.8)

#1


#2
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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2024 at 21:53
Great to see you guys back on track!
Here's my week 19 contribution:


1 Through the fence



2 Gate 3C



3 Tilted pylons



all with a7iii + Kodak Ektar f:4.7 127mm (1946; Speed Graphic); 2 and 3 with tilted lens
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My 2nd 127mm:

1 Arum italicum



2 Cosmea


both with a7rii + Bausch & Lomb Cinephor EF. 5in (127.0mm) f:2.0 (projector lens)



My third lens was a 125mm, but exif says 130 so here it is :

1 Nectaroscordum siculum



2 Complementary


both with a7iii + Voigtlander 125mm F2.5 SL Macro Apo Lanthar (A-mount)

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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2024 at 22:05
Finally, the one and only 133:

1 The house on Schoorkenszandweg



2 Tables turning



3 Beetle curves



4 Come, ye children, hearken unto me: I will teach you the fear of the LORD


Psalms 34:11
King James Version (KJV)

The writing on the wall of a primary school



all photos made with a7rii + Tair 11 2.8/133 (Таир 11; M39, KMZ)
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135.1 - "Alte Utting - IR"

a7(converted) + A.Schacht Ulm Travenar 135mm F3.5 R auto [M42] + Kase IR665 camera clip-in filter


135.2 - "Modern architecture in IR"

a7(converted) + Steinheil München Auto-D-Tele-Quinar 135mm F2.8 [M42] + Kase IR665 camera clip-in filter
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Rokkor-X 135/2.8 a7c more outtakes for Abstract Landscape

135.1 water tower art


135.2 flying Anhinga
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Konica Hexanon 1:3,5 135mm MF-lens with some adapter from AliExpress

Dandelion in two stages

A7iv + 135mm
Harm Dörr60/2,8 Samyang14/2,8 35/2,8+1,8 Sigma150600 Sony 28/2 50/1,8 90MG 1224G 1635G 70300G Tamron 2875/2,8 Viltrox 24/1,8 85/1,8.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2024 at 12:41
My second 135 mm, from a walk through the Rotterdam Botlek area


135-5: Spijkenisserbridge



135-6: MT Puccini laying at the barge pier of the Esso refinery



135-7: An impressive crude carrier



135-8: With some impressive structures in the background


All Leica M246M + Elmar 135/4
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