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Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by Nordentro, Dec 13, 2010.
Equipment: E-p1 + Meyer Gorlitz Oreston 50mm f1.8
Where did you get that wood treatment for the camera? Very nice!
Great shots, too!
Awesome pano especially!
Do I see some purple fringing around the baby's forehead? Sorry, couldn't resist Great shots and a great project, I look forward to the next ones.
Thanks for nice comments
It is metal skin from Gariz
That's what I call purple fringing:smile:
Equipment: E-p1 + Ampex Vidicon 50mm f1.4
I grew up in a village called Oreston, but I reckon that your Ampex Vidicon looks the part on the Olympus and would seem to be a good portrait lens into the bargain. Looking forward to seeing the rest of them.
that Ampex Vidicon looks great, but that girl in the first shot looks even greater. Wow....2 real beauties there......keep em coming!
Thx again for nice comments all of you! I didn't go out to take pictures today, just relaxed inside with a setup with the flower we call Christmas Star and some oranges to make somewhat abstract
Equipment: E-p1 + Jupiter 8 50mm f2
I thought this could be a easy challenge, but I have realized that I don't really have time to produce "interesting" high quality images every day. But I stick to my plan and serving some shoots from the Christmas preparations today
Equipment: E-p1 + Pentax Super Takumar 50mm f1.4
An ambulance came at the road in the back!
I'm thinking your shots are interesting every day! great work and love the pentax! awesome!
waow, you have 7 50mm lens
I have twenty more
Thx for nice words!
Struggling around the town to get the pictures I wanted all evening. And when I got back home I realized I had some kind og oil or grease on the lens glass that made a unintentional effect on my pictures
Equipment: E-p1 + Apollo 50mm f1.9
I have over 20 Nikkor 50mm F1.4's. But 12 of those are in rangefinder mount.
Sell one to me
Equipment: E-p1 + Industar 22
Equipment: E-p1 + Volna 9 50mm f2.8
I simply love the star reflection of this lens
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