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Ooooh, Fred, nice, especially that first one. That Kinon is fun.
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Pentacon 50mm and morning dew

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Pentacon 50mm and morning dew


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Originally posted by woodrim woodrim wrote:

Ooooh, Fred, nice, especially that first one. That Kinon is fun.

A bit late, but thanks Mike! It's a fun lens indeed.
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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

Originally posted by Cucoo Cucoo wrote:

Pentacon 50mm and morning dew


Wonderful!

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Who let the ducks out?


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I plan to use my MG Trioplan 100/2.8 for April foolishness this year.

So I went out in our garden and did some training today, obviously with the lens wide open

1: Wild Azalea against the light (@MFD = 1,1 meter)



2: Pear blossom (with an extension tube)


Both on an A7ii
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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 March 2020 at 17:23
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Who let the ducks out?



looks like you've got the hang of it, Pieter!
great azalea painting!
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looks like you've got the hang of it, Pieter!
great azalea painting!

+1! lovely shot (to my taste)
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A few more from my Day 80 prime series with the Pentacon AV 2.8/80mm projection lens (rebranded Meyer Diaplan), the poor man's Trioplan on A7R2

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Nice diaplan paintings Fred, I like how the colors of the flowers come back as similar coloured blobs in the oof background.

Here's the flowering magnolia in our front garden last sunday, glad I took some pictures of it then (more to follow) since the little bit of frost last night completely destoyed all the flowers and changed the colour to some kind of drab light brown



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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

Nice diaplan paintings Fred, I like how the colors of the flowers come back as similar coloured blobs in the oof background.

Here's the flowering magnolia in our front garden last sunday, glad I took some pictures of it then (more to follow) since the little bit of frost last night completely destoyed all the flowers and changed the colour to some kind of drab light brown



Thanks Pieter!
Youe were just in time with the flowering magnolia. Our neighbour's magnolia looks terrible now due to the frosty nights
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Thanks Fred, and now the second night of -3 frost did the rest, a few closed buds looked still OK yesterday but are now also gone.

So all that's left is a memory (and some photos) how nice it looked last sunday.


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