CS #671 - f/8 and be there...

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F8 and be there - that's all about MF for me, I think. And black & white.

View out into the garden, form our living room / dining table. Nikon 35mm 1:2 MF lens. I went for a Brown tone, because I thought that fits all the wooden Things in the image.


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More wood today, living room. B&W, f/8, 35mm 1:2 MF Nikkor (first image: 135mm 1:3.5 Nikkor-Q Auto).

Lonely Station
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Lines

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And some more lines

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Hi Roland!

I like the toning in both sets. I like the geometry of "Lines" and "And some more lines". Nice eye.
 
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And I decided to take a few more with that longer lens - the 135mm 1:3.5 Nikkor-Q Auto. Not easy to handhold with that little light - but then, the Z7 has a good vibration reduction…


Engine Shed and Payload

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Mountain Railroad, Terminus

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Ferry over lake parquet floor

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And some more mundane shots for now - may not get out today. Trying to decide my player kit for this years O'fest. Both with the Z6, 50/3.5 at f/8.

K-1 and the three FA Limiteds, smaller lighter kit, no weather resistance in the lenses...
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...or the K-1, 31/1.8 FA Limited, D-FA*50/1.4, DA*200/2.8, bigger heavier kit with weather resistance in the 50 and 200.
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Love the 135 FOV, that 135 Q is a nice lens IMHO. More good shots.
Yes. it is not too big to carry. I shot the whole week. with just 16/3.5 fish, 35/2 and the 135/3.5 Q on Z7. small kit. Easy to store in the diaper bag along with water and crackers... 135mm@f8

Hmmm

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Same desk corner, different stuff. F/8 provides just the right slice of DoF.
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f/8 works pretty well in the garden if you are careful of backgrounds.

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