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Emily at Discovery Park
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Posted By: alan_smithee_photos, 04-29-2016, 08:32 PM

Here are a few digital ones while I wait to get the film back (and for my K-1 to arrive! ).

Fun impromptu shoot with Emily on a cloudy spring day at Seattle's Discovery Park.

All photos K-5 IIs. Voigtlander Nokton 58mm 1.4 SL II







DA 21mm 3.2

K 135mm 2.5

I do love that 135...

Voigtlander Nokton 58mm 1.4 SL II

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Very nice series of photos. All shots are very well done but I think I like the last shot best.
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Absolutely wonderful photography. Thanks for an enjoyable series.

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Nice ! all of them !

I hope it wasn't a park maintenance day with the grass slasher securely locked up in the shed.

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Very nice all around
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I love the reproduction of that lens, one certainly on my wish list as I play with the FA 50 1.4; my wife and I had our engagement pictures taken in that park during the late summer, very fond of that place.

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A very bonnie lassie... who's remarkably overdressed for your normal style of shooting.
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Nothing wrong with your 135mm pictures, but there is something special about your Voigtlander lens, even on a digital camera.

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