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Lens: carl zeiss jena tessar 2.8/50mm Camera: K70 Photo Location: bydgoszcz ISO: 250 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F2.8 
Posted By: dromor, 10-27-2019, 06:35 AM

So i took my tessar to forest for test, i have it for more than 6 months but never really used it ;/
and now i feel bad that for soo long it was on my desk unused, i need to take it more often out

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wow very nice shot! I love the bokeh balls leading to the mushroom, that would be enough but no, bam, there's an insect too
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Super shot and great bokeh! You have to get flat on the ground to shoot these kinds of shots.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dromor Quote
So i took my tessar to forest for test, i have it for more than 6 months but never really used it ;/
and now i feel bad that for soo long it was on my desk unused, i need to take it more often out
I'm not sure you can get that bug's eye view with-out a movable LCD ...... at lest I never could.

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I'm not sure you can get that bug's eye view with-out a movable LCD ...... at lest I never could.
That's something I struggle with. Too bad I don't have a remote screen.
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I'm not sure you can get that bug's eye view with-out a movable LCD ...... at lest I never could.
i dont use lcd, honestly even my k70 have a great tilt screen but i almost dont use it at all; i this shot i have been lucky that i had a "fire path" in which i could crunch
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