ZE/ZF/ZM Images (Official Thread!)
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Rodluvan
Registered: Sep 01, 2010
Total Posts: 713
Country: Sweden

user222 wrote:
Rodluvan, you seem to have a handle on the 50P, is that one of your favorite lenses?


I have to say it is although it's the less extreme of all (50mm will do that). I find it captures colors very well and it's a joy to use, both in size and operation. Definitely the bargain lens in the ZF line-up (well, perhaps side by side with the 2/35).



Ulff
Registered: Jun 13, 2003
Total Posts: 1112
Country: Germany

Zeiss 21:






nicolab
Registered: Oct 20, 2012
Total Posts: 311
Country: Italy

Walking in the street last evening, found a mirror, could not resist
100MP





3 ladies





@ full load






Rodluvan
Registered: Sep 01, 2010
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Country: Sweden

85P @ 1.4


35D @ 1.4


@ 5.6



akul
Registered: May 30, 2010
Total Posts: 2463
Country: United States

User222 - Very nice color with 25 /2
Ulff - Nice shot !
nibutto - I like the pp
Rodluvan - #2 has a quite nice rendering.

Some more from Sam's Point Preserve, Ice Cave. From vast open space to extremely tight space








darbo
Registered: Mar 10, 2012
Total Posts: 1099
Country: United States

Makro Planar 2/100mm

Some scenery from the Missouri River near Rocheport, Missouri (From the Katy Trail):


The Mighty Flowing Mo by David Arbogast, on Flickr



user222
Registered: Sep 13, 2007
Total Posts: 817
Country: United States

nibutto...that is a classic mirror shot. lol
rodluvan...color and light is so nice in that first one.
luka...thx! nice ones.
david that is pretty cool. love the texture of the water.



raboof
Registered: Mar 04, 2011
Total Posts: 2057
Country: United States

1.4/85







rodizzle33
Registered: Apr 20, 2012
Total Posts: 616
Country: United States

Some Sundown Photos:

All Zeiss 21mm ZF


Sundown @ Griffith Observatory by rodknee_ty2003, on Flickr


Sundown @ Griffith Observatory by rodknee_ty2003, on Flickr


DSC_1208 by rodknee_ty2003, on Flickr



Paul Yi
Registered: Dec 10, 2004
Total Posts: 5324
Country: United States

ZM 18





nicolab
Registered: Oct 20, 2012
Total Posts: 311
Country: Italy

Lucky Today, for half an hour we saw the sun in the morning....
foliage zf21





foliage 2





shadows 35/1,4








akul
Registered: May 30, 2010
Total Posts: 2463
Country: United States

nibutto - That shadow shot is very nice.

35 /2 @f4



Rodluvan
Registered: Sep 01, 2010
Total Posts: 713
Country: Sweden

Raboof, I like that one very much. I'm guessing flash was used? Specifically the natural yet beautiful colors are intriguing.



raboof
Registered: Mar 04, 2011
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Country: United States

Thanks. No, it's nature light from the window. I shot it at f1.4. My boy was leaning on the couch playing his iPad and refused to face my way so I just shot the shoes




Samuli Vahonen
Registered: Jul 16, 2003
Total Posts: 1892
Country: Finland

Rodluvan, that old woman in 85P picture definitely didn't like her picture taken based on her expression

darbo, very creative colours, first I hated it but after seeing it few times I kind of like it.

Akul, "35 /2 @f4" (building, your last post on previous page) good presentation of 2/35 rendering.



More tourist stuff (based on some browsing of Flickr seems that everyone ever visited Malta has shoot these two) from Malta holiday, few first Filfla island and last one Blue Grotto.

Carl Zeiss APO-Sonnar T* 2/135 @ f/11, 1/1600s, ISO 100, polarizer
Really nice to shoot this kind of scene with real APO lens, not even hint of magenta in the highlights. APO correction is better than the of Leica APO-Elmarit-R 180mm f/2.8.


Carl Zeiss APO-Sonnar T* 2/135 @ f/4, 1/50s, ISO 100, polarizer


Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 2/28 @ f/5.6, 4s, ISO 100, polarizer


Samuli



Johnny B Goode
Registered: Jan 15, 2012
Total Posts: 444
Country: United States

Been a while since I've shared. Here's one from the ZE 35/2 taken a while ago on vacation.





RdEoSg
Registered: Apr 02, 2003
Total Posts: 425
Country: United States

Thanks, carstenw and Samuli!

I hadn't heard about the different bokeh with the 50mm MP so I'll have to give it more thought. I agree about 35 and 50 being so close that I'm not sure it would be wise to get both.

I still don't really understand the focus shift problem with the 85mm f1.4. If I'm focusing and shooting at 1.4, and it looks sharp, why would the focus shift? It's already wide open.



Johnny B Goode
Registered: Jan 15, 2012
Total Posts: 444
Country: United States

Hopefully you guys can see these. For some reason my flickr "share" button is grayed out.



Johnny B Goode
Registered: Jan 15, 2012
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Johnny B Goode
Registered: Jan 15, 2012
Total Posts: 444
Country: United States

RdEoSg wrote:
Thanks, carstenw and Samuli!

I hadn't heard about the different bokeh with the 50mm MP so I'll have to give it more thought. I agree about 35 and 50 being so close that I'm not sure it would be wise to get both.

I still don't really understand the focus shift problem with the 85mm f1.4. If I'm focusing and shooting at 1.4, and it looks sharp, why would the focus shift? It's already wide open.



You're right, it wouldn't shift unless you stop down. I know the 50/1.4 is also terrible at this, so much so that depending on the distance to subject I usually avoid f2-f4 all together.



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