The official Zeiss 35/1.4 thread
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Tri Tran
Registered: Feb 19, 2005
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Untitled by Anh Tri, on Flickr


Science64 by Anh Tri, on Flickr


Science29 by Anh Tri, on Flickr



crazeazn
Registered: Jul 16, 2005
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you know i could almost shoot 80% of my photos with just the zeiss 35 1.4...its just that versatile...i could probably get away with a 35/85 combo on FF and shoot like 95% of my photos.



LeadyGonzales
Registered: May 19, 2011
Total Posts: 422
Country: Switzerland

yes,

after some time, when you look on the fotos you did shoot, you notice, that the best were 35mm 1.4

here with SB and NEX-6:







The NEX6 and SB has the huge advantages, that
- you do not get a dirty sensor, when you switch lenses
- perfect focussing if enough time



- L.



LeadyGonzales
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wfrank
Registered: Feb 09, 2011
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CY MMJ 35/1.4





wfrank
Registered: Feb 09, 2011
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LeadyGonzales
Registered: May 19, 2011
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Country: Switzerland

oh last picture in this wonderful thread is already 6 day ago





sculptormic
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
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Country: Netherlands

Typical Zeiss 35 picture, I think. Old Mini.

I have special memories of this car, because my parents went with it from Amsterdam to Afganistan in 1972. Inspired by my trip to the East in 1970.

Quiet an accomplishment considering the awfull roads at the time.







pr4photos
Registered: Sep 17, 2008
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What post did you do to give that lack of depth of field? Surely thats not just the 1.4 aperture?



carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
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It looks normal, I think, if you factor in the added aberrations in the outer regions, from the Speedbooster.



sculptormic
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
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No special PP.
I used a Fader, to use the lens wide open. Otherwise it would be completly overexposed.



pr4photos
Registered: Sep 17, 2008
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Wow, amazing!



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
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i have new neighbors:







apologies for the noise.



Peire
Registered: Apr 27, 2010
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Have you invited them for dinner yet?



zhangyue
Registered: Jan 28, 2011
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sebboh wrote:
i have new neighbors:



They looks scared
Such a beautiful/cute capture.



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
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zhangyue wrote:
sebboh wrote:
i have new neighbors:



They looks scared
Such a beautiful/cute capture.


yeah, they didn't accept my dinner invite. i think it's their first night out of the nest.



zhangyue
Registered: Jan 28, 2011
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sebboh wrote:
zhangyue wrote:
sebboh wrote:
i have new neighbors:



They looks scared
Such a beautiful/cute capture.


yeah, they didn't accept my dinner invite. i think it's their first night out of the nest.


Were they back to their nest? Actually, I'd like to hear the story about these pics.



LeadyGonzales
Registered: May 19, 2011
Total Posts: 422
Country: Switzerland

great fotos !

Is it normal for that species, that they leave the nest and stay so close together ?

...cats would be glad to find 5 of them at the same time....


L.

edit: and a picture:







sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
Total Posts: 12614
Country: United States

zhangyue wrote:
sebboh wrote:
zhangyue wrote:
sebboh wrote:
i have new neighbors:



They looks scared
Such a beautiful/cute capture.


yeah, they didn't accept my dinner invite. i think it's their first night out of the nest.


Were they back to their nest? Actually, I'd like to hear the story about these pics.


the birds are pacific wrens, from a nest near a stairway at my apartment. i've see the both parents bringing food regularly the last week but have no idea where the nest actually is. there are six fledglings all of whom seem to be pretty fat and healthy but very poor fliers. one of the better ones actually crash landed on my wife's arm. i believe that one actually figured out how to return to the nest for the night while the rest are huddled in a very inaccessible corner under the stairs for the night. i only found them because of their extremely loud begging calls it was so dark at that time that i could not see them at all from one foot away. my meter read 3min exposure at f/1.4 iso 16000. birds typically won't fly (or move much) if they can't see so i figured i had time to try a couple shots. i focused by the light of my phone at mfd and bounched the on camera flash to get a little light.

LeadyGonzales wrote:
great fotos !

Is it normal for that species, that they leave the nest and stay so close together ?

...cats would be glad to find 5 of them at the same time....


not normally during the day, but even adults will do this on cold and stormy days (which it was in our tiny microclimate last night).

they seemed pretty decently hidden, so hopefully they'll be alright. mortality rate is pretty high among fledglings though. they make lots of noise, suck at flying, and can't really feed themselves.



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
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Country: United States

for those of you on the edge of your seats, the fledglings survived the night and at least most of them survived the day. their flying appears to be slowly improving and one of them appears to have decided to move on to bike riding:















they seem to have graduated now to being able to avoid me when i have a 35mm lens on the camera, so any other pictures of them will have to be on another thread.

also, here is a flower wide open at mfd:






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