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Discussion in 'Nature' started by pdh, Jan 22, 2011.
E-P2, CV Ultron 28/1.9, 1/15s, f/4ish, ISO200
Looking real good.
That's my favorite 28mm ever.
thanks ... I find it really hard to focus this lens accurately on the E-P2, even with focus assist, at any aperture ... but, boy, when I get it right, the rendering is just exquisite ... and it loves monochrome
Try it on a lower res camera like the Eppy Rd1-s....
Man, that lens is a winner.
On film like Tri-X... Anyway, ya have a great lens and I'm sure it will compliment your vision.....
another shot of the same fruiting body taken 24 hours later ... something I find fascinating about these fungi are how they change shape and texture according to the humidity and temperature ... different lens of course, one with its own charm ...
E-P2, Konica Hexanon 50mm f/1.7, 1/8s, f/3.5, ISO200
another day, another lens
another day, another lens ...
E-P2, Lumix 20/1.7, 1/15s, f/4.5, ISO200
still another day, still another lens
E-P2, Konica Hexanon 40/1.8, 1/30s, f/2.8?, ISO200
E-P2, Konica Hexanon 40/1.8, 1/40s, f/2.8?, ISO200
You DID forget to eat them
Nice series !
E-P2, CV Ultron 28/1.9, 1/13s, f/5ish, ISO200
E-P2, 17mm pancake, 1/50s, f/3.5, ISO200
after a day's rain...
E=P2, Lumix 14-45mm, 1/13s, f/5.4, 31mm, ISO1600
and with this post, apparently I became a "senior member"
E-P2, Ultron 28/1.9, 1/25s, f/8, ISO200
Very interesting ... I think a tight crop and B&W would yield a very nice series ... ala Weston Bell Peppers.
it's a thought, but I I'm happy with leaving them as they are .. EW started out with a particular intent, while these are a sort of serendipitous documentary ... the colour and and how it changes are important to me ...
time for a little macro, not sharp I'm sorry too say, but I liked the light
E-P2, E-P2, Super-Takumar 105/2.8 + tube, 1/20s, f/4, ISO400
Interesting subject.And great photos.
E-P2, 17mm pancake, 1/60s, f/8, ISO200