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Post Options Post Options   Quote Snegren Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 hours 19 minutes ago at 22:16
With the ease of automation on LA-EA5: Minolta AF 24mm 1:2.8 RS

24.6: Pink for sweets


24.7: Two half guitars


24.8: Edam cheese city


24.9: Edam cheese city


24.10: Halve Maen





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Yesterday's 29 mm images were lost. I copied the images to SSD drive (at least I think I did), formatted the SD card for today and when I tried to import the images for processing they were not there. Meyer-Optik Görlitz 1Q Orestegon 2,8/29 (M42, Zebra) it is. This is a swirly lens, it must be, just look at the field curvature at the right side of the image, the backgroud almost comes into focus.

29.1: Half a guitar


29.2: Two ways up


29,3: Two ways up


29.4: Etersheimer braakmolen, Oosterhuizen


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28s, two Minolta and a Zeiss

Wide Beercan 28-85 on a7c with EA4r Monster Adapter (no issues so far, (relatively) snappy AF)
28.5 decorative wind chime at a cemetery

f3.5 with "Macro" "switch", EXIF says 29mm

28.6 Grand St swing bridge bus crossing

f16, dust bunnies cloned out EDIT no I missed some!!!

C/Y Zeiss 28/2 on a7c, Grand Central Terminal
28.7 Zodiac

f2, I focused on the clock but at the side of the frame it's still "dreamy" and not quite "sharp"

28.8 Analyzing the Whispering Wall

1/6sec, geometry adjusted since I was off-angle; this is the lower level, I think I know what I want for a photo, but the crowds won't cooperate.

28.9 Orton chandeliers

2sec f16; pseudo single shot Orton effect, one second steady, then I rolled focus. You can tell I had my right hand on top, as the top didn't move much, but the bottom swung quite a bit when I rolled focus.

MDiii (49mm threads) 28/2.8 a7c, New Haven Union Station
28.10 Pink suitcase in the train tunnel

1/3sec f5.6, I exaggerated the colors but not much.
There is a difference between a shaky or out-of-focus photograph and a snapshot of clouds and fog banks. - Schrödinger
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It's really going great, a large collection of excellent and diverse contributions. We're already on page 8 after 4 weeks and I know that for me at least photo's of five more lenses of last week have to be posted, they're all imported in Lightroom but no time to cull and PP yet.

And today we start week 5, focal length from 30 to 36 mm, which includes the "classic" 35 mm length, so I think we're at the start of another busy week here. For me it's five lenses, so I better start planning where to go on the days the weather and light are favorable for photography.
You can see the April Foolishness 2022 exhibition here Another great show of the talent we have on Dyxum
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