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Argus Lens Test Outtakes
Old 10-01-2013   #1
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Argus Lens Test Outtakes

Using both Sandmars (35mm, 100mm).


Stadium View Cropped by br1078phot, on Flickr




Power And Light by br1078phot, on Flickr




Sun Goes Out by br1078phot, on Flickr




Ready To Blaze by br1078phot, on Flickr




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William Fleming High School by br1078phot, on Flickr




I'll Take What's Behind Door Number Three, Bob by br1078phot, on Flickr

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I had to look this one (or two) up. It just goes to show that in real life you don't have to come from Wetzlar to be good. Good shots.
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Is this from the famous Argus Brick (C3)?
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I had to look this one (or two) up. It just goes to show that in real life you don't have to come from Wetzlar to be good. Good shots.
Thanks, John. I try to get the best I can from whatever equipment I'm using.

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Is this from the famous Argus Brick (C3)?
Yes, Chris. I've got a little over a half dozen of them now. People sometimes just give them to me.

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Those are awfully nice to be "out-takes".
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Those are awfully nice to be "out-takes".
Thanks, I try my best. Can't go very wrong shooting architecture.

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