On 6/5/2022 9:46 PM, Wayne Shumaker wrote:
At 6/5/2022 04:00 PM, Mike wrote:
One other thing. Is the charm using the vintage lens for a vintage look or is
it the results that matter?
For me, it's both. I like my menagerie of vintage lenses, but I also like my collection of LensBabies. And in the end,
it is the results that count.
I took the advent of my LB Soft focus II and Carol going off to a retreat for a couple of days to do a test I've long
The 1960-61 design Canon 58/1.2 is certainly vintage.
The Nikon Soft filters are also vintage. Nikon went as far as producing a prototype of their own Soft Focus Nikkor-S
105mm f/2.8. It was never produced as the head designer was dissatisfied with the problem of softness requiring close to
wide open apertures.
The solution was the Nikon Soft 1 & 2 filters, released in 1967.
There are lots of things wrong with this test, but I find the results
interesting and useful for my lens and filter choices.
Eye Strain Moose
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/