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03-13-2016, 01:32 PM - 9 Likes   #5551
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K-3 with SMC M 50mm f4 Macro



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UFO par Kris Lockyear, on ipernity

Composite of six photos, five of which were shot with the M100/2.8. I forget what lens I used to photograph the moon.

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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
Composite of six photos, five of which were shot with the M100/2.8. I forget what lens I used to photograph the moon. K.
Reminds me of the recent Nikon images!
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K-3 with M 75-150 / 4:









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QuoteOriginally posted by Jorgario Quote
K-3 with M 75-150 / 4:
Nice shots from one of my favorite M-lenses.

Here's a couple from 2010, taken with the M50/2 (800 iso? what was I thinking?)


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QuoteOriginally posted by paulh Quote
Nice shots from one of my favorite M-lenses.
Thanks Paul, I am trying to get use to that amazing lens, I also have the 80-200 which I┤ve been using as well ...
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Pentax-m 24-35 f/3.5 shot at 24mm f/8
Basic RAW conversion to match the ooc JPEG.



Not a particularly interesting scene but, demonstrates why am really impressed with this compact little zoom. Very nice rendering with good colours, nice contrast and sharpness. Exhibits a slight amount of Red/Cyan fringing which is very easily removed in post. Seems to be pretty rare and hard to find. Bought it for a very reasonable price.


Larger version https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1582/25791883672_9e72494179_o.jpg


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QuoteOriginally posted by womble Quote
UFO par Kris Lockyear, on ipernity
K.
I may live in the USA now but I sure remember Ed Straker :-) I wonder if it's on Netlfix

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I know it's not an M but here's my version but on a Zenitar 50mm Macro. I think we share plum trees.

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they certainly look familiar - nice shot!
03-20-2016, 11:01 AM   #5560
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Hello all,

In 2007 I took some shots on my ME Super, using outdated Fuji film (400 SASA), and then left the film unprocessed and not refrigerated......for 8 years! Anyway, I got the films processed last year and yesterday scanned some of the images using the scanner in the local library. Here is one of the images. It's grainy as........ a grainy thing......and has some dust spots and other assorted debris. Apart from that....I like it.
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Some stellar photos in this club. Way to go people! Happy to see all these lenses are still being used.

M 50mm f/1.4 is by far my favorite fast 50, as well as my first. I will subscribe with a couple of pictures made with it. First one made @f/2, second @f/8.
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Recently got my first Pentax zoom - the Pentax-M 35-70mm f/2.8-3.5. What a lens! Great for outdoors.
Shame it has pretty lousy close focus range, but otherwise it's pretty stellar piece of glass.












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QuoteOriginally posted by Lupus78 Quote
Recently got my first Pentax zoom - the Pentax-M 35-70mm f/2.8-3.5. What a lens! Great for outdoors.
Shame it has pretty lousy close focus range, but otherwise it's pretty stellar piece of glass.
Nice set of images! Yes, it's an old-school zoom, but amazing once you get used to the long MFD. I love mine.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lupus78 Quote
Recently got my first Pentax zoom - the Pentax-M 35-70mm f/2.8-3.5. What a lens! Great for outdoors.
Shame it has pretty lousy close focus range, but otherwise it's pretty stellar piece of glass.










The 35-70mm f2.8-3.5 is a hidden gem. I also love mine,.
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Dying Daffodil

Here is something I've never tried before - selective hand-coloration of a monochrome image. I've seen these many times (even in film days), but for some reason this dying daffodil needed bo be in B&W, but still needed some color to help it stand out. Thoughts?


Pentax K5, Pentax-M 35mm f2.8 lens either wide open f2.8 or f4, ISO400, overcast lighting

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