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post #3601 of 4199
Portra 400 and one of the Minolta cameras with a 58mm f1.4 lens.

Shot through glass at about the shortest distance the lens could focus down to. DOF this close is is a few inches at f1.4. It's a really nice hunk of glass.


Portra 400 Test Typical Indoor Light by DYSong Photography, on Flickr

Got to love how well this film performs. No color correction filters on the lens, no post processing on the negative scan.


Portra 400 Test Harsh Light by DYSong Photography, on Flickr
post #3602 of 4199
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post

Portra 400 and one of the Minolta cameras with a 58mm f1.4 lens.
Shot through glass at about the shortest distance the lens could focus down to. DOF this close is is a few inches at f1.4. It's a really nice hunk of glass.

Portra 400 Test Typical Indoor Light by DYSong Photography, on Flickr
Got to love how well this film performs. No color correction filters on the lens, no post processing on the negative scan.

Portra 400 Test Harsh Light by DYSong Photography, on Flickr

 

Very sweet bokeh on the first one, Rokkors are fantastic.

post #3603 of 4199

Just a random summer shot 

 

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post #3604 of 4199
Obligatory row of trees. Couldn't help myself.

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And a focusing fail, which I pushed over the limits to make it erm... interesting smile.gif

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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

And a focusing fail, which I pushed over the limits to make it erm... interesting smile.gif

Have a look at the work of this year's Maybank photographer of the year. http://www.maybankphotoawards.com/



post #3608 of 4199
I really like the composition and processing of those trees!

hoping this is the last photo I take with this old clunky camera (hoping to get the new one in the next few days! >.< )

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Thanks, IC.
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Originally Posted by A Y View Post

Have a look at the work of this year's Maybank photographer of the year. http://www.maybankphotoawards.com/

Thank you, A Y. Interesting. I didn't know that photographer.

I somehow managed to take the pic, without focussing, whereas I always press the shutter halfway to determine the focus. Must have pressed too hard...
I only cropped it, made it black and white, and increased the contrast. Here's the original:

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post #3610 of 4199
A new-to-me Helios 44-2 58mm f/2 mounted on a Sony NEX-5N. It's basically a Russian copy of the Zeiss Biotar. I'm looking forward to using it soon!

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awesome! I can't wait to see the results smile.gif
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here are some shots (the usual ones around the house when you first get a new camera) I got a NEX 6. I compared it to the Xe1 and it just suited my needs more and the lenses were more in my price range long term.



a package design thing I'm working on, I just noticed how dusty the top of my bookcase is wink.gif


My son's fav Xmas present (and mine of the stuff he got, the thing is pretty funny!)

post #3614 of 4199
A lot of great captures in this thread recently. Here are some recent pics from a trip to Kyoto.







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Last one is great haha
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