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Landscape of the Kalletal, Teutoburger Wald, Germany
Carl Zeiss Biogon 21mm
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Jun 10 2009 17:24 GMT
Jun 11 2009 11:22 GMT
like the way you take this!
Jun 17 2009 22:28 GMT
"les lettres de mon moulin".............
Jun 26 2009 10:09 GMT
Jun 26 2009 11:45 GMT
Outstanding photo .. beautiful :)
Jun 27 2009 09:29 GMT
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Aug 28 2009 13:56 GMT
Karl Trausti from Iceland
Sep 04 2009 22:43 GMT
Nice landscape! I'm interested to know abt yr marvellous camera.
Sep 05 2009 10:11 GMT
This picture was taken with the Contax G, an autofocus-rangefinder camera, or you can say, an autofus version of the Leica M7. butI bought it because of the Carl Zeiss-lenses. (Contax was already a real rangefinder in the 30's and before WorldWarII more expensive and technically further than the Leica and also a German brand owned by Zeiss). But I used mainly for color-slides. I used and some still use it with only three lenses: 21mm, 35mm, 90mm (longer focal lengths are not usable at rangefinders).
My actual camera is the Sony A700 which I bought, again, because of the possibillity to use Carl Zeiss-lenses. At this moment I have only two lenses for it: Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 16-80(=24-120mm) with normally great contrast and colours and the really great Zeiss Sonnar 1.8-135mm.
Thanks for your questions and comments.
Greetings from Holland!
Sep 09 2009 00:28 GMT
Zeiss Sonar 1.8 sounds interesting for potraits & Fashion. Do u hv sample shots on this one? I'm beginning to use Hasssleblad occassionally . Zeiss manufacture truly great lenses!
Sep 10 2009 18:33 GMT
I have not much photos on fashion andportraits, but on flickr i have concertphoto's taken with this lens and also landscape-photo's. See on flickr:
and om my older flickr-site under the name "hjhoeber" (My newer is called "hjhoeber2")
Sep 10 2009 18:37 GMT
Zeiss lenses are famoud for their contrast and great colour rendition and a feeling of depth or three-dimensional effects. And sharpness is also great. But in its class of 135mm-lenses the Zeiss Sonnar reaches already great contrast and sharpness on 1.8!
On a level that other 135mm-lenses reach at 4.0 or 5,6 (when I may believe many tests I read on this lens)
Oct 31 2009 12:01 GMT
Nov 21 2009 19:55 GMT
I like it!
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