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Old 05-15-2017   #201
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Old 05-16-2017   #202
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excellent! beautiful one embee06311
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I took my Pen F with 40/1.4 to make some portraits, and it was my best bescision ever.



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I took my Pen F with 40/1.4 to make some portraits, and it was my best bescision ever...
Lovely shot. I recently picked up a Pen FT and I've really enjoyed using it.
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Lovely shot. I recently picked up a Pen FT and I've really enjoyed using it.
thanks! I'm really pleased with the results, and that's quite rare for me in recent time.

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thanks! I'm really pleased with the results, and that's quite rare for me in recent time.
Trying again....

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Trying again....
that's cool! I never tried those diptych/triptych stories with a half frame, gonna do with next roll.

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Put the first roll through my Pen FT. I'm still on the basic 38mm f/1.8 lens, but this thing is definitely growing on me









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very nice Mr_Flibble! I specially like the first one, excellent!
In my opinion this lens is far from basic : )

I also have the 25/4 and it's a superb lens too; very sharp and 3D
Love both lenses on my FT or on my Fuji X-E1 digital
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I have a 100mm lens for it on the way (and a PEN F body).
I like the results with the Fomapan 100, but really want to try it with some slower/finer grain films. I think I'll run a roll of Ferrania P-30 through it next.

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For many years I used a Pen FT with Tmax100 film, exposed at ISO 50 and developed in Microdol.

Olympus Pen FT, Zuiko 38mm f/1.8, Tmax100, Microdol.

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As always your stuff looks mighty sharp, Erik.
I see that I've limited the size of my images to roughly the same size as yours.


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As always your stuff looks mighty sharp, Erik.
I see that I've limited the size of my images to roughly the same size as yours.
Both lens and film are mighty sharp.

Olympus Pen FT, Zuiko 38mm f/1.8, Tmax100, Microdol. Sharpening filter in PS: 1 pixel @ 343%.

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