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05-05-2020, 07:42 AM - 1 Like   #8116
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jorgario Quote
Same lens and same scenario:





Fantastic, especially the first one. The M 35mm f/2 has the ability to capture very delicate light in scenes that other lenses would either render flat or clobber that delicate light into something more run-of-the-mill.

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An old one from Main St, Grapevine TX. M28/3.5 on *ist D:
05-05-2020, 06:35 PM   #8118
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Fantastic, especially the first one. The M 35mm f/2 has the ability to capture very delicate light in scenes that other lenses would either render flat or clobber that delicate light into something more run-of-the-mill.
Thanks for your comment Jonathan !!
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Sorry, I don't quite catch what you mean. Mainly don't understand meaning of bracketed in this case..... Some days I set camera on tripod and shoot thru a set of apertures and look in post which work the target of the day.
That was the gist of my comment. Bracketing apertures means shooting a scene at one or more apertures around a central target (ie, target is f8, so shoot at f/4, f/8, and f/16). Bracketing can be automated (and usually is) but since we're talking about M lenses and aperture bracketing, it would have to be done manually.

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...Then there are days when I behave like a normal person and chance the aperture during the shooting.
This is me most of the time, however "normal" is not the word I'd choose! :-) Most people using cameras nowadays probably don't even know what an aperture is.

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I know I keep shouting for M120, but a week in to single in challenge with on K1ii and damn it's good Sharp, lovely bokeh and great rendering. For those loving M series this is a must have. If interested you can follow my progress here. I will make wrap up in the end, but I can already tell that I will leave some shots I like out. There's just too many good ones.

These didn't get chosen yesterday, but like them enough to keep them.

It's cherry blossom season in my area.



I tried pixelshift in windy weather with long exposure. I expected blurry motion to hide the movement in pixelshift.



Clouds were moving away just before sunset. Loving the pop at f4.



Some fisherwoman obviously wanted to be photographed as she moved into my line of shooting.

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QuoteOriginally posted by iheiramo Quote
I know I keep shouting for M120, but a week in to single in challenge with on K1ii and damn it's good Sharp, lovely bokeh and great rendering. For those loving M series this is a must have. If interested you can follow my progress here. I will make wrap up in the end, but I can already tell that I will leave some shots I like out. There's just too many good ones.

These didn't get chosen yesterday, but like them enough to keep them.

It's cherry blossom season in my area.



I tried pixelshift in windy weather with long exposure. I expected blurry motion to hide the movement in pixelshift.



Clouds were moving away just before sunset. Loving the pop at f4.



Some fisherwoman obviously wanted to be photographed as she moved into my line of shooting.
Anyone you know?
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Anyone you know?
No. Probably didn't even consider what I was doing or if she might be in a way.

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No. Probably didn't even consider what I was doing or if she might be in a way.
I thought your wife might have photobombed, or that you took her deliberately.
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K-1 + M 35 / 2:









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K-1 + M 35 / 2:









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Out in the garden with the K3 and the M50 1.4 keeping the aperture wide open:





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A Closet Full of Triangles
I wanted to create a pendulum effect with a sparkly neckace and a long exposure with a dim penlight, but I couldn't find a good enough place to hang it. I was despairing as I tried to hang the thing in the closet, then I realized the closet was full of triangles and with my penlight, their numbers were doubled. High contrast B/W and shot at f/1.4 (wide open) to mask distractions, trying to concentrating on the shapes only. I thought I was failing, then I kind of succeeded maybe.
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