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partitura
Registered: Aug 22, 2008
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sculptormic wrote:
What wonderfull library is that partitura?


That is the Rococco Reading Room in the Anna Amalia Library in Weimar, Germany. It is truly a wonderful and beautiful building and library.



partitura
Registered: Aug 22, 2008
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Three from this weekend. Nex 7 and Leica 24mm.

http://www.partitura.com/photos/Munich-WomanWalking.jpg

http://www.partitura.com/photos/Munich-StPeter.jpg

http://www.partitura.com/photos/Munich-StPeterInterior.jpg



perost
Registered: Mar 16, 2013
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Here's a shot of some Lotus corniculatus from my newly acquired Contax Zeiss 25/2.8 MMJ with SB. I haven't quite figured out how the field curvature behaves with this combination, it sometimes seems to have a mind of it's own. It's perhaps not the ultimate flower lens with it's somewhat nervous bokeh at close distance, but I liked the effect for this shot:


And an ostrich fern with the aus Jena 135/3.5:



alwang
Registered: Sep 02, 2011
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A couple with the Elmarit-R 60:


latched by alwang, on Flickr


sempervivum by alwang, on Flickr


shrapnel by alwang, on Flickr



ebookman
Registered: Jul 15, 2012
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Nex 5n -- a quick test of the Macro setting on the Minolta Zoom MD 35-70 3.5 Macro at f/8



philber
Registered: May 21, 2008
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Great work, Partitura, which does justice to this great lens. I love your first shot in particular, though I would consider cropping just a bit to the left the eliminate the partial view of a person's back.



LightShow
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ebookman wrote:
So many things to like about this picture --- great shot!

Thank you.



partitura
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philber wrote:
Great work, Partitura, which does justice to this great lens. I love your first shot in particular, though I would consider cropping just a bit to the left the eliminate the partial view of a person's back.


Thanks so much, Philippe. And you are absolutely right about the crop.



briantho
Registered: Oct 07, 2011
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Another lake shot with the 28/2


Lake Vallentunasjön (Gustavs udde) by briantho, on Flickr



sculptormic
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What wonderfull light, Briantho!



Phillip Reeve
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briantho
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sculptormic wrote:
What wonderfull light, Briantho!


Thank you, the weather was very dynamic when I got home from work today, so I went out to take some snaps. It looks like HDR, but it isn't, it's just a grad filter and PP.



sculptormic
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http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2890/8988554115_464035ef92_o.jpg



alan_m
Registered: Jun 21, 2012
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Lots of great flower shots! And the Leica architectural detail is impressive - tempted to say Zeiss-like?!

Flowers & sunshine/flare with the FDn 50/1.4:


Rose plant by specularist, on Flickr


Daisies by specularist, on Flickr


Daisies by specularist, on Flickr



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
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sculptormic wrote:
What wonderfull light, Briantho!


+1

a few from the g28 wide open:
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8274/9013636788_e2bec377a8_o.jpg
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8533/9012452475_fa64c345a8_o.jpg
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7371/9012452895_ef5b57a027_o.jpg



ebookman
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briantho wrote:
Another lake shot with the 28/2

Beautiful shot. Just curious. Did you have to deal with color shift on this shot?



partitura
Registered: Aug 22, 2008
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These three are all with the Sony 10-18 zoom. The image stabilization really does help my hands in low light and in places where they really don't want you to haul out a tripod.

http://www.partitura.com/photos/Pinakothek-1.jpg

http://www.partitura.com/photos/Pinakothek-2.jpg

http://www.partitura.com/photos/Pinakothek-3.jpg



philber
Registered: May 21, 2008
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Another great trio, Partitura! I like n°1, it actually looks like something I could have done. I like n°2 even more. But the star, for me, is n°3.



sculptormic
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philber wrote:
Another great trio, Partitura! I like n°1, it actually looks like something I could have done. I like n°2 even more. But the star, for me, is n°3.


+1 And number 2 as well for me!



Tokigor
Registered: Jun 26, 2012
Total Posts: 54
Country: Germany

a shot I just posted on the rokkor thread, Nex 3 with MC W rokkor 35mm 1.8 open

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3717/9016018958_7ff3d5208d_c.jpg



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