Upload & Sell: Off
Catching up with my comments
Joan, Joe, Ron, Joakim, thanks a lot for your comments
Joan and Joe, I finally sold the C Sonnar, not because I didn't like it, but because my plan from the start was to keep only one 50mm lens. I like it simple, and have enough headache choosing between the 50 planar and the 35 biogon I decided to keep the planar because I'm a sharpness freek, but I may have had a more difficult choice if the Sonnar was optimized for f/2.8 as I believe that's how it should be. Of course, with LV, that would be a different story altogether.
Joe, that was shot at dusk. I'm not a morning person The light lasted less than 2 minutes so I shot handheld at f/2.
Joe: Love that red bench photo. A lot of pop.
Robert: Nice museum set. 2 and 6 are my favourites.
Joe, thanks for the test. The uncorrected color shift doesn't look too bad.
Phil, nice b/w portrait, and especially the like flare in the second photo.
Allen, you caught a perfect moment there.
Ron, beautiful portrait and the flare adds interest to the photo.
Joe, great set. I especially like 2, 4 and 5.
Dale, great portraits, especially 2 and 4.
Zhangyue, very cute photo of your son. The slightly missed focus gives a classic look.
Bruno, very nice documentary set.
Justin, ditto, nice documentary shot.
Robert, well done architectural study. Very nice.
Zhangyue: Love that portrait of your daughter in the train. Gives some nostalgic mood.
Robert: both shots are fantastic.
Joakim: love the almost monochromatic nature of the tree photo.
Edwin: love the first boat shot. Very nice.
Justin: interesting street work in b/w.
Luka: fantastic work as usual, very bold and graphic. Love all three of them.
Dale: Nice curves
Joe: love the M and Biogon combination. No sign of the color shift there. Great Daytona set. No. 4 is just amazing.