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    Posted: 31 October 2020 at 20:59
Today I put my Oreston 50/1.8 on the M42 helicoid adapter to see how that's doing as a poor man's macro. My intention was to shoot everything wide open but when taking the card out of the camera I noticed I must have accidentally knocked the aperture ring and it was set on the notch between 2.0 and 2.8, don't know when that happened but let's say these were all shot "almost" wide open


Subject is a row of very small fungi growing from a small opening between two boards of the deck beside the garden shed.


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Side view



Bokeh shot


All on an A7ii
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Snegren Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 October 2020 at 22:51
Yes Fred, a bit busy.
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Probably too busy for the regular fungi thread

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+ (another) 1! way to go, Pieter!
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+1. I understand fully Pieter. I have escaped with Trioplans as well.
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Great escape Pieter! This is what Trioplans ar made for
 



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I'm currently involved in oktoberfest with some pretty good lenses, but suddenly felt the urge to do something wild. So I gave myself a 1 hour event pass and mounted the Triopan 100/2.8. Here's some of what it saw:


1: Looking through the wild azaleas



2: Blowing bubbles



3: Bubbles behind the hedge



4: No bubbles, but a nice wild background


All on an A7ii

After this short escape one of my oktoberfest lenses was mounted again
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Nice Primoplan bokeh Mike and good fun Paul!

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My smallest lens by far. Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 1:2,8 f=17mm (C-mount, pre WW2).

Fun with Fungi

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A7 & Primoplan 58 1.9






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Originally posted by KoBra64 KoBra64 wrote:

Mike, that is a very nice shot, love how the background got drawn


Thank you, Peter. I've learned to look carefully around certain plants. The tree frogs have learned well how to hide and wait for bugs. A fellow photographer here recently captured a much more interesting picture of a similar scene. There was the tree frog perched exactly like in my image and a snake climbing the stem, presumably after the frog. I never learned the outcome of that encounter but it sure made for an interesting photo.

No snake, but I was able to get the flower and frog being photographed by my shooting mate. This one from Trioplan 2.9/50.

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Mike, that is a very nice shot, love how the background got drawn
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Fred_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 October 2020 at 19:11
Here two more from the the same first walk with that Trioplan 3.5/45mm (on A7R2)

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Originally posted by woodrim woodrim wrote:

Very nice, Fred.

Thanks Mike!
Yours is nice too! I haven;'t used the Oreston for a while, but it's a very nice lens, worth using it frequently.
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