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01-27-2009, 10:31 AM   #76
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Here's a couple of mine

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01-27-2009, 10:55 AM   #77
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The Meyer Trioplan V 100mm f/2.8 from the 50's really has a unique bokeh.

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Wowza, incredible stuff in here...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Asahiflex Quote
The Meyer Trioplan V 100mm f/2.8 from the 50's really has a unique bokeh.

I concure, really love this lens. Very nice example there.

Here are some reposts, but they work here in this context as well.

at night


and day


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The Meyer Trioplan looks awesome! How much does it usually sell for?


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10-29-2009, 03:06 AM   #82
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wow; beautiful shots in here !

the trioplan made strange things but beautiful;

Got some little things in my sd's ;-)

st, with K 50 1.2


leica 180 2.8


zeiss 35 1.4


helios 85 1.5


""bonus"; zeiss 85 + moving movement ;-)
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Merci beaucoup fourmiX for bringing this up again, I had totally forgotten about it ! I like the K and the Zeiss shot.

Talking about moving movement, here's two still movements from the tracks.







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10-29-2009, 06:12 PM   #84
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Very nice work here - good to bring back once in a while.
One I featured previously:

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nesster Quote
this pic of our maine coon kitten shows the impressionistic quality that I like about the Yashinon 35.
Not to mention the striking impressionistic quality of the kitten! My favorite breed, as attested to (while not readily apparent as such) by my avatar.
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Porst 55mm F/1.2 wide open on K100D now this is what I call "image as painting"

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A* 85mm 1.4

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Nice to see this thread come back, right where it left off with incredible shots. Nice work folks.

Nothing's more 'painterly' than f1.2!







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Not sure I would call this impressionist but it was a save of a shot of the resident cockitiel at our town's concalescent care center:

Taken on my K20D with a 35ltd.


It started oput life looking like this:


Tried to shoot past the cage but did not catch it right...so I played a bit on PS...the leetle thing is quite the character too...loves scratches behind just where his "beaky part" or toes can't reach...
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I shoot painting like images all the time, without requiring any processing.
These were all shot recently with film, either using a Super Tak 35mm f2.0 or a Super Tak 50mm f1.4, or a Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 200mm f/2.8


There's about 3 seeds, in the biggest flower in focus in this photo







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