W G wrote:This is really fascinating.
Learn to love you nifty fifty — It is the most powerful tool in the arsenal.
The 4x5 equivalent is the 150mm and with my Linhof I can fold the camera up with the lens in situ, ready to dart into the fray. It is the only lens I take with me. I also have 90mm, 120mm, 180mm Macro, 210mm, 240mm and 300mm. If and when I require something else, I do have them to draw on, but the equivalent of the nifty fifty is all I usually use.
DJT wrote:Sorry, I don't have anything constructive to say except I'm also enjoying your time that you are spending with your 50mm & hope your 24-105 doesn't come back too soon
Doug wrote:Integrating image, it has had me studying it long and hard.
I like what you have done with it.
W G wrote:Hahahaha Alex,
We're you aware that the pic of the Linfof is actually a pic of my own Linhof. I have it on EBay to fund something similar but bigger..
When I eventually get over to Adelaide I'll be happy to show you how it works.
Busiboy wrote:Great imagery, I love the highlight fading to shadows.
Great take on what is now revealed to be a familiar subject.
Plays with Light wrote:
How's the new role going? You being enthused working there? Is it in the green technology sector near you?
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