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Old 01-26-2014   #41
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wonderful set of photos in this Thread...
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Old 01-26-2014   #42
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Time to bring this thread back to life!

M4-P, Zeiss 28/2.8 Biogon, Ilford HP5 @ 1600, D76


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Leica M4-P, Zeiss 28/2.8, Ilford Delta 100 in Kodak D76 1+1:


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Zeiss Biogon T* 28mm f2.8 ZM lens on a Sony A7II camera

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Just about every image here is with a 28mm zm.









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Very nice Minnichphoto, up close and personal....
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Nicely done Minnichphoto!

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Outstanding photographs! Congratulations!


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[quote=minnichphoto;2733027]Just about every image here is with a 28mm zm.






This is a great photo, the kind you see in books by famous photographers.
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28s are difficult to use well.
I want to crop most examples as the photos usually are not up to the challenge of getting close enough and/or managing the composition of multiple elements in the frame...it's tough.
However, Brendan Toews and Minnichphoto above have shown us how it's done. Kudos to you both.
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