W/NW: wide ohhhpen
Old 04-25-2007   #1
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W/NW: wide ohhhpen

f0.95- f4 wide open...lets see 'em!

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Old 04-25-2007   #2
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todd, drool

Canon 50 f1.2


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Old 04-25-2007   #3
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Old 04-25-2007   #5
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It's been too long I haven't shot some film - good thing tomorrow and Saturday I have two events to take pictures of...

..in the meantime, some f/1.7 captures.
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Old 04-25-2007   #7
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Old 04-25-2007   #8
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Todd: I dig the...poppies, are they? And Trittium, nice "sunglasses" capture. As for me, an oldie, but I'm slow with the scanner...



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Some great shots, folks!

My offering: Canon 50/1.2.

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some really great stuff guys and Gal .

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Old 04-26-2007   #11
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35mm skopar, wide open, almost dark out
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Old 04-26-2007   #12
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Ahhh - my favorite topic. No crazy boke in these shots....


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Old 04-26-2007   #14
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great shots - I like #2, foto_fool
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Old 04-26-2007   #15
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TY mcamero - she's my favortie model. VERY shallow DOF with that lens - I at least managet to get one eye in focus.
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Old 04-26-2007   #16
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John, the focus and colors turned out great... reminds me of afternoon naps as a kid, listening to my parent's old LPs...
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Old 04-26-2007   #17
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CV 75/2.5:


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Two with the Nokton 50/1.5




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35mm skopar, wide open, almost dark out
I'm not sure which way you were headed, but one of my all-time favorite views is an airplane 'A' seat on a flight into SFO from up north (Seattle, Portland, etc.) late afternoon right around this spot. On every flight I've been on, the Capt'n tips the wing towards the city. I'm getting verkelmpt!

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I'm not sure which way you were headed, but one of my all-time favorite views is an airplane 'A' seat on a flight into SFO from up north (Seattle, Portland, etc.) late afternoon right around this spot. On every flight I've been on, the Capt'n tips the wing towards the city. I'm getting verkelmpt!
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Yup Ray, I was inbound from Minnesota. This was the first time a captain has come in this way from there, and I was pretty excited. Here's two more wide open night skopar shots for more verkelmpt-ness!


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yall are killin' me, these are excellent!

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I thought these little tessars were supposed to be soft wide open, but I'm not seeing it. BTW, Todd, looks like you're having lots o' fun with color!

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Another one from this amazing "body cap." r-d1, Fed [email protected]

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well done guys, this should be a bokeh reference guide for different lenses.

Chase and Sweeney hacking Rollei' lenses are scaring me though, I hope they were off hammered TLR's

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Mount St Gardens with my CV50/2 at F2 (from my gallery).



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The Rollei I killed was beyond economical repair. I still cringed a little when I did it, but I feel good that all parts were used in something. Taking lens is being used to make the most unholga like holga, the viewing lens is in ef mount. I use the ground glass to check focus on cameras, and all of the other bits were used by my girlfriend to make some really strange glasses and mini sculptures.
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Ray - Nicely-timed shutter trip! 1/2" DOF? What lens?

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Thanks. That was from this weekend, with a Zeiss 50mm planar at f/1.4 (slr), on panF
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Cool Lowering the standards

Paraphrasing an old joke:

If your pictures don't meet your standards, lower your standards.

Nikkor S.C 50/1.4 at halfway between 1.4 & 2.0



Konica M-Hexanon 28mm/2.8 @ 2.8



Y'all have inspired me to strive to meet my previously higher standards!
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Wide open? ... Go, Hexanon!

50/2 M-Hexanon/Neopan 1600..

Probably should have made the scan in b&w mode..
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Of course, there's not much point in seeing what the CV25/4 does wide open focused at infinity. But here's one anyway..

CV25/4 and Neopan 1600 at dawn..
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Cool For the Nikkor 50/1.4 fans

Another at f=1.8 or thereabouts.

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3 of my efforts. Gate taken with 35 summicron-R, daughter Olly with a 60 elmarit-R and my boy sam with a 35 Ultron on an R2. I like the tractor shot a lot by Gabriel.
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