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Ok, one more take in my on going dull(?) series of film festival venues...

HK28.3 Kiasma Theatre

α7R III + Sony FE 2/28 @ 28 mm, f/2.5, 1/50 s, ISO 2500

Since DocPoint ends tomorrow, I promise that next week I will try to find some some other subjects than cinemas for the day prime shots.
 



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for Week 5

There was a sculpture show in the transit hub (Oculus in NYC) I pass through on my way to/from work. All with Nex 6 and FE 28mm.


f7.1, 1/60s, ISO800


f2.8, 1/80s, ISO100


f3.2, 1/60s, ISO250


f3.2, 1/60s, ISO250

and a random shot of a tire rim, taken on a different day

f4.5, 1/50s, ISO500
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And here's my first 28mm contribution using the VM Ultron 28/2:


28.1 - "Olympia-Schwimmhalle"

a7 + Voigtländer M Ultron 28/2



28.2 - "Olympic tent roof"

a7 + Voigtländer M Ultron 28/2



28.3 - "Olympic Tower reflection"

a7 + Voigtländer M Ultron 28/2
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:


Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:


My Day 24:

1 Levenslicht, Naaldwijk

This year it will be 75 years ago that the international symbol of the Holocaust, concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz, was liberated. Artist Daan Roosegaarde was asked to create a special national work of art for this occasion.



I read about this Leo. You've captured it well!
There is one nearby in Alkmaar as well. I'll try to visit it this weekend.


Thanks Fred! Did you manage to see the lights in Alkmaar?

Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Good Day 28 Leo! I like # 1, 2, 5 and 7 most.


Thanks again Fred!

Your Day 30 boat shots are excellent! Curves are so photogenic up close with a wide angle.
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To complete my week 5 of Day Prime 2020, here's the final 28mm set with the Minolta M-Rokkor 28/2.8:


28.4 - "tent roof"

a7 + Minolta M-Rokkor 28/2.8



28.5 - "Olympic Park Munich"

a7 + Minolta M-Rokkor 28/2.8 + Hoya R25A filter



28.6 - "BMW World"

a7 + Minolta M-Rokkor 28/2.8 + Haida ND1.8/64x filter

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You're lucky to have these objects nearby Michael, you really make the best of it!
 



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Thanks Fred! Did you manage to see the lights in Alkmaar?



Unfortunalely not (yet). I stopped out of work in Castricum earlier this week, where another one was supposed to be, but it had been removed already. The one in Alkmaar should stay a bit longer, so still an option with the FL's for this week.

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Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:


Your Day 30 boat shots are excellent! Curves are so photogenic up close with a wide angle.

Thanks Leo! I had passed by this location many times out of work (it is close to the Day 29 windmill) and hoped it might give some shooting opportunities, which worked out reasonably well. It was pretty cold though, so I didn't stay too long and only worked handheld.
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Some more vague, blurry, abstract stuff:

Day 30

Rivers of rain

a7s + A.Schacht Ulm Vario Travenon 1:1.5/30-50 @ 30mm (projector lens)

Day 33

1 Stabilizers


2 Climbing up the wall


both with a7 + Fuji Photo Film Co. Fujinon 1:1.9 f=3,3cm (fixed lens Fujica Half 1.9)
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My Day 32:

1 Stabilizer


2 Alice doesn't live here anymore


3 Window with windows


all with a7 + Lomography Lomogon 32/2.5 (Nikon F)
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:



    DAY     DATE             DotW     Week     Focal lengths
    34     03 February     Monday           6          34-40 mm
    35     04 February     Tuesday     
    36     05 February     Wednesday     
    37     06 February     Thursday     
    38     07 February     Friday     
    39     08 February     Saturday     
    40     09 February     Sunday     

Today is the start of week 6, plenty good options for the classic moderate wide angle 35 mm and short normal 40 mm
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35-1: Amaryllis


A7ii + Voigtländer 35/1.2 II, Helicon focus stack of 25 shots
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Today I visited Battery Park in New York. There is a permanent exhibition: Tom Otterness Real World Sculptures.
I had two lenses: Minolta MD 35mm/2.8 and Vivitar (Tokina) 35mm/2.8 for Minolta MD mount. I am not entirely happy with the results but I can always blame the grandchildren who were impatient because they wanted to go to the sandbox. We have such a warm winter in New York (for now).
All Sony7R photos. Four Minolta (fully open) to start with.

35-1

Minolta MD 35/2.8

35-2

Minolta MD 35/2.8

35-3

Minolta MD 35/2.8

35-4

Minolta MD 35/2.8

And the next four from Vivitar 35/2.8
35-5

Vivitar 35/2.8

35-6

Vivitar 35/2.8

35-7

Vivitar 35/2.8

35-8

Vivitar 35/2.8
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For Day 35 I will present you an unboxing...

HK35.1 Ok, I fetched a big cardboard box (38 × 40.5 × 51 cm) from a Posti self-service delivery point

α7R II + CZ FE 2,8/35 @ 35 mm, f/4, 1/40 s, ISO 1250

HK35.2 Hmm, looks like I got a box full of paper!

α7R II + CZ FE 2,8/35 @ 35 mm, f/4, 1/40 s, ISO 3200

HK35.3 Ah, on the bottom there is few other items too!

α7R II + CZ FE 2,8/35 @ 35 mm, f/4, 1/40 s, ISO 4000

In case if the last picture is little vague: that long package contains brand new Peak Design Travel Tripod and the smaller ones are spike feet and universal head adapter for it. Initial impressions are that it is quite nice and foremost compact, perhaps little heavier than I expected. I'll tell more impressions once I have taken it out for some real usage.
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