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Discussion in 'Adapted Lens Sample Image Showcase' started by kevinparis, Mar 13, 2010.
a classic leica lens
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Really enjoying these new threads with the different lens examples. It's so interesting to see how they can effect the image, or at least what I perceive their effects to be.
This first one - that guy's expression and overall appearance is fantastic. He does not look like a real person from our time...sort of a continental "madman" as in the advertising men of yore.
something was very weird with the light in that shot.. i cant explain it but he does have a odd cut out look... which i think adds to the image
Kevin, I love it!!!!!
Pen2 & 35
One of my favorite lenses on this camera!
Shot at the west lake Zhejiang china
Turning in to land
I WILL get this lens one day for my M2 and E-P1.. I bought the Nokton 35mm, because I couldnt afford the Summicron.. The Nokton is a great lens but.....
@Kevin: # 1 is a cool shot, love the focus and nice greytones...
@ timo: great atmosphere in your first picture.
My favorite lens, a 70's vintage 35/2 Summicron
Glad I didn't sell my leica lenses
I'm very new to the forum and using a G2 --great photos--I still have my 35 f2 and 50 f2 along with a M4, so glad I didn't sell them, I'll have to give them a try
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20091025 104a by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr
20090727 013a by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr
20100801 a232 by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr
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E-P2, 1/2000s, f/11, ISO200
"Seascapes after Sugimoto" - a Flickr group
No Images here for me....
I'm gonna bring this thread back to life... I finally got around to picking up an adapter for µ4/3. I've had this lens on loan from a friend for over a year . I believe it's a v4 *cough made in Canada cough*
First three are pretty much SOOC jpgs. Last was a developed from raw in LR
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