ZE/ZF/ZM Images (Official Thread!)
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Lieutenant Z
Registered: Nov 21, 2010
Total Posts: 2925
Country: France

Jack, welcome back
Akul, nice ones
Nibutto, like the stolen portrait
Lars nice series from the market
Bob, impressive shots from the fair

Another one from Omaha beach, 85P :



nibutto
Registered: Oct 20, 2012
Total Posts: 179
Country: Italy

I like you like Rome shots, thanks.
Only for a smile, these 2 cars where at only 100 meters each other
from riches to rags











philipprichert
Registered: Dec 26, 2012
Total Posts: 5
Country: Germany


JaKo: Great street shot
kururu: Great images, especially that with owl ! Great bokeh there


One image from Tour Montparnasse with the ZE 35/f2




Cheers,

Philipp



Lars Johnsson
Registered: Jun 29, 2003
Total Posts: 33640
Country: Thailand

Z & akul, thanks alot for comments.

ZE 100 MP






eardrumbuzz
Registered: May 30, 2011
Total Posts: 37
Country: United Kingdom

A while since I looked in here but still plenty of excellent pictures posted. Here is a decaying wall in Madeira...ZE 28/2







akul
Registered: May 30, 2010
Total Posts: 1611
Country: United States

JaKo wrote:
akul wrote: China town ? I have never seen China Town with no people ( IN NY ), Very interesting.

That looks kinda odd, doesn't it?
This shot was taken in early evening at an entrance gate to Chinatown and I had to wait almost half an hour for a clean take with no pedestrians or cars.

Now, nibutto's image of totally empty St. Pietro (great capture!) is another story!



Totally worth that wait. I am amazed that you could even get a second like that.



Lieutenant Z - Simply gorgeous !
Lars - beautiful flower shot.



rodizzle33
Registered: Apr 20, 2012
Total Posts: 356
Country: United States

D800 + 100 Makro


DSC_8332 copy by rodknee_ty2003, on Flickr



Lars Johnsson
Registered: Jun 29, 2003
Total Posts: 33640
Country: Thailand

Thanks akul.

A few shots from the Erawan shrine in Bangkok. All with my Zeiss ZE 100 MP.











































wiseguy010
Registered: Mar 08, 2009
Total Posts: 677
Country: Netherlands

3 pictures from a smaller copy of the Saint Peter with the 15/2.8 (with cropped sensor):

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Sven Jeppesen
Registered: May 03, 2008
Total Posts: 2297
Country: Denmark

philipprichert, cool Paris shot
Lieutenant Z, gorgeous beach shot
Lars, great series from the shrine



rattymouse
Registered: Feb 04, 2006
Total Posts: 4300
Country: China

Where are all the people in St. Peter's Surely finding that church empty is almost impossible!



carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
Total Posts: 15144
Country: Germany

It doesn't look quite like St. Peter's, somehow, and it *was* marked as a small version. What would that be? The real St. Peter's was much darker, as I recall, and there were many more nooks and crannies than this church appears to have.



Johnny B Goode
Registered: Jan 15, 2012
Total Posts: 441
Country: United States

Been going through some of my old photos. This one with the 50/1.4


IMG_9809 by Pete the Irish Guy, on Flickr



Johnny B Goode
Registered: Jan 15, 2012
Total Posts: 441
Country: United States


IMG_9764 by Pete the Irish Guy, on Flickr

Another 50mm @ 1.4



akul
Registered: May 30, 2010
Total Posts: 1611
Country: United States

Lars - Beautiful series. In your shooting, how do you differentiate 85 to 100 MP ?

Johhny B Goode - Nice shots. I love the dreamy rendition.



rirakuma
Registered: Jan 26, 2012
Total Posts: 388
Country: Australia

Haven't posted here in a while because I've moved to another system but I really miss using my Zeiss lenses. Some really stunning images recently, really loving the flower shots Lars and beautiful rendition with your 50mm Johnny! Rodney, hope you're enjoying the 50MP! Phillip, an amazing landscape! Wiseguy lovely architecture shots, I've never used that 15mm but it looks like an amazing lens. Z great shot, keep up the good work

I was digging up some old files and decided to rework them. I hope you guys don't mind a double post on some of the images.













Lars Johnsson
Registered: Jun 29, 2003
Total Posts: 33640
Country: Thailand

akul wrote:
Lars - Beautiful series. In your shooting, how do you differentiate 85 to 100 MP ?



Thanks akul, normally I like the 85 better at longer distance. And the 100 at shorter distance when shooting. I didn't like the 85 that much when I bought it. But it's a lens that I like better and better the more I use it. (a bit like the 50/1,4)
Here with this photos I did need the longest focal length that I had in my bag If I had the 85 I would probably have it here instead of my 100 MP. It's a faster lens, and it's rather dark inside the shrine.



Lars Johnsson
Registered: Jun 29, 2003
Total Posts: 33640
Country: Thailand

Thanks Sven.

rirakuma, Lieutenant Z and Johnny B Goode, lovely shots



jamgolf
Registered: Nov 30, 2012
Total Posts: 198
Country: United States

Zf.2 21mm:







wiseguy010
Registered: Mar 08, 2009
Total Posts: 677
Country: Netherlands

carstenw wrote:
It doesn't look quite like St. Peter's, somehow, and it *was* marked as a small version. What would that be? The real St. Peter's was much darker, as I recall, and there were many more nooks and crannies than this church appears to have.


I live near a place where they built a replica of the original St. Peter's. Of course not as big, but many things are the same. It is in Oudenbosch in the Netherlands.



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