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The Empress Dowager Seeks to Inquire If You Have Brought Snausage
Lens: 165/2.8 Camera: P 67 Photo Location: Knoxville, Tennessee ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/250s Aperture: F2.8 
Posted By: CreationBear, 10-13-2017, 01:06 PM

Maisie looking slightly regal, but don't be fooled: she was rolling in a dead terrapin a few hours before...


Otherwise, I'm continuing to dig the Pentax 67, not to mention the 165/2.8 and Acros 100...this one could be a little sharper, but I'm going to blame the 67's notorious mirror-slap and not my middle-aged eyes.



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QuoteOriginally posted by CreationBear Quote
Maisie looking slightly regal, but don't be fooled: she was rolling in a dead terrapin a few hours before...


Otherwise, I'm continuing to dig the Pentax 67, not to mention the 165/2.8 and Acros 100...this one could be a little sharper, but I'm going to blame the 67's notorious mirror-slap and not my middle-aged eyes.


Beautiful capture!

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Thanks, Adam! The 105/2.4 gets a lot of love (and I adore it as well) but the 165/2.8 doesn't seem to give anything up in the way of bokeh wide open, and the focal length makes a bit more sense for a lot of subjects (especially young Airedales!)
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QuoteOriginally posted by CreationBear Quote
Maisie looking slightly regal, but don't be fooled: she was rolling in a dead terrapin a few hours before...


Otherwise, I'm continuing to dig the Pentax 67, not to mention the 165/2.8 and Acros 100...this one could be a little sharper, but I'm going to blame the 67's notorious mirror-slap and not my middle-aged eyes.


Wonderful shot!

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