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Ratty, it's always nice to see real film-shots here. Do you still use Neopan 400?
Ray, I'm completely lost guessing which crops are from which lens. And that's a good thing in my opinion, because judging from the fabulous shots you've done with the 300/4.5 IF-ED in the past the zoom seems to be quite a performer.
Jose, thanks for sharing another wonderful view at the nightly sky over Brazil! This is really inspiring work, if weather and time co-operate I'll try something similar in the next days.
Mark from the US, I like he pinhole-shot a lot. Nice way to illustrate that MTF-curves and the beauty of an image are not necessarily close relatives ;-)
Philippe, great framing on the second garden-shot. I wonder if the bokeh-cop will show up after seeing the background-rendering on shot #1
Peter from Madison: great job with the razor-blade ;-) Honestly, this look really well-made. Love the pictured camera too, never really tried the F3.
Jared, the winter sky is really moody, well done!
Peter from Knysna, very nice work with the 50/2! I like especially the winterly pano (your winter seems to be more enjoyable than my last winter ;-).
Americo, congrats to your new 85/1.4! You have some wonderful tools in your hands, I hope you'll make them work well for you.
John, very nice sets from the beautiful South Dakota! Love the panos and the antlers.
Mark from Winterthur, the first wild-poppies-shot is very cool. The background and razor-thin DoF team up nicely for a very unusual flower-shot. The players-portrait with the 55 Micro is well done. I've seen much worse bokeh, btw...
Scott, love the colorful industrial-lights! The bokeh of the 105/2.8 Micro is really nice.
Chuong, very nice close-ups with the fastest 105!
Ray, great job with the 85/1.4 I like your way of thinking regarding the large aperture ;-)
Chin, the Succulent-image is another jewel out of your hands. Btw, I've noticed the "borrowed" phrase in your bio