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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2020 at 13:16
Thanks Fred

A few more with the Mandler brush

135-12: Aveve grain mill



135-13: Steps and shadow



135-14: A busy day on the canal and the towpath



135-15: Multi layered view towards the harbour



135-16: The new bicycle and foot bridge across the King Albert Canal

LR stitch of 7 landscape oriented handheld shots


135-17: Diamonds are forever (building of the Karel De Grote college)


All A7ii + M-Elmar 135/4
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And two more with the OM Zuiko

135-18: Lexie 1



135-19: Lexie 2


Both A7Rii + OM Zuiko 135/2.8
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Micholand Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2020 at 18:05
Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

Michael, nice to see the Travenar in action.
Thx Leo, it's a joy to use

Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

Michael, the poppies came out quite well, I like how the lens handles the busy background
Yepp, the Travenar even though it's only F3.5 still can create some nice background blur.
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My "Day 135" continued with Mandler magic - Tele-Elmar:

135.3 - "Foliage"

a7 + Leitz Wetzlar Tele-Elmar 135/4 (UFK)



135.4 - "Straight lines reflected"

a7 + Leitz Wetzlar Tele-Elmar 135/4 (UFK)



135.5 - "Free seating"

a7 + Leitz Wetzlar Tele-Elmar 135/4 (UFK)

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And two more Tele-Elmar shots:

135.6 - "Station architecture"

a7 + Leitz Wetzlar Tele-Elmar 135/4 (UFK)



135.7 - "Roof detail"

a7 + Leitz Wetzlar Tele-Elmar 135/4 (UFK)

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135.7: Garden Chairs

Camera Model: ILCE-7RM2
Lens: Meyer Optik Görlitz 1Q Domigor 4/135 (Pentina, 1963)
Aperture: f/4
Exposure Time: 0.003 sec (1/400)
ISO: 100

135.8: Joint

Camera Model: ILCE-7RM2
Lens: Meyer Optik Görlitz 1Q Domigor 4/135 (Pentina, 1963)
Aperture: f/4
Exposure Time: 0.003 sec (1/400)
ISO: 100

135.9: Tap

Camera Model: ILCE-7RM2
Lens: Meyer Optik Görlitz 1Q Domigor 4/135 (Pentina, 1963)
Aperture: f/4
Exposure Time: 0.002 sec (1/640)
ISO: 100
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I managed to shoot a few today with all three candidates for Day 135 in the backyard and during a little walk in ghne neighbourhood.

First set with Primotar 3.5/135mm + tubes

135-1



135-2



135-3



135-4



135-5


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Post Options Post Options   Quote RichardT Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2020 at 22:43
Here we are at last, the first few are taken with a Hanimar 135/2.8 'pre-set', Hanimex used to be the cheapest (& worst) of the cheap but this lens is actually quite sharp, loads of chromatic aberrations tho & and a minimum focussing distance of 7' or 2.2m, not helpful ! All the Hanimex ones on the a6000, various un-noted settings.
#1 Mock Tudor
135 small _15 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
#2 Barbs
135 small _16 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
#3 Daisies
135 small _14 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
The remaining shots are with the Minolta 135/2.8 on A7m2 + LAEA4
#4 Marked
135 small _13 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
#5 BT
135 small _12 by qwerkypics, on Flickr[/IMG]
#6 Go East Young Man
135 small _10 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
#7 New Twist on Candy Twist
135 small _6 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
Seen in a local village that was part of the Leverhulme Estate (later to be Unilever)
#8 Rainbow for our NHS
135 small _5 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
#9 Pollen patterns
135 small _3 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
Pollen after being washed down the road after a short sharp rain shower
#10 Freddy
135 small _11 by qwerkypics, on Flickr
That last not to sharp but a happy way to finish, sorry there's so many but very indecisive !!
Previous problem down to operator error, no surprise there !!
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Edited by RichardT - 19 May 2020 at 12:02
So many wines, so little time......
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:


darosa, the man of wood uses the same background as ecstacy if I'm not mistaken, very photogenic. I have a Wollensak 4 1/2" which is correctly marked with 114 mm (actually it's 114,3 mm but I'll accept a rounding). Is this 5⅜" also so swirly?


Anbd without further delay here's my Mandler Magic with the Elmar 135. Took a bicycle ride to Antwerp yesterday to get some rolls of FP4, my M2 and lenses came back from Will and Cathy and obviously that means I have some testing to do


135-6: V is for the Victory of the Mandler Magic

135-9: Antwerp love lock fence


Yes, same background; you may see it pop up now and again in Day Prime.
I don't think my Wollensak is swirly. I didn't use it last week but slow enlarger lenses are not the best swirlers afaik.
Looking forward to your test shots, should be fun!

Lovely Elmar shots, Pieter, especially 135-6 & 9!
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Originally posted by Micholand Micholand wrote:

My "Day 135" continued with Mandler magic - Tele-Elmar:

135.4 - "Straight lines reflected"



Ah, more Elmar, love those crooked straight lines Michael!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 May 2020 at 14:17
We're in a new Week but it don't expect it to be very busy and I have some unfinished business:

1 Hierarchy


2 Iconic Delft


3 Transition, Micha de Bie


4 The prisoner


all with a7rii + Electric MC S 1:3.5 f = 135 aus Jena DDR

I liked this Sonnar so much that I didn't use my other lenses this week, apart from:

5 Hosta

a7rii + Emil Busch A.-G. Rathenow Neokino 62,5/135mm (projector lens )

I'll post some more Neokinos and maybe 1 or 2 Sonnars.
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For me only one lens this week, but I have two more sets of Day 135.

I'll continue with my Sunday walk, now with the Orestor 2.8/135mm (on A7r2), just a potpouri of subject underway, some with tube(s)



135-6 Coot



135-7 Crack



135-8 ???



135-9 Some leaf peeping



135-10 What's your message?



135-11 New life



135-12 Marsh marigold



135-13 Neijenburg estate



135-14 One for Mipr



135-15 Didn't expect fresh shrooms


Next set will be the last part of my walk, now with Rokkor 3.5/135mm

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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:



    DAY     DATE             DotW     Week     Focal lengths        Starts on
    139     18 May        Monday           21     139-145 mm
    140     19 May        Tuesday     
    141     20 May        Wednesday     
    142     21 May        Thursday     
    143     22 May        Friday     
    144     23 May        Saturday     
    145     24 May        Sunday     
Oops, sorry to be late but today we started week 21 for focal length between 139 and 145 mm. It's a dry week for me, but the week after I can play again
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I have a 140 Diaplan. Perhaps...
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