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Old 14-09-2018, 00:23   #1 (permalink)
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A look into my use of lenses.

I have used manual setting on camera body for years. I own a good hand full of high end digital lenses. Where I am going is I started using manual film lenses and now I don't like to use anything but film lenses for people. I was able to figure out the custom setting on body
and the focus in the body will ding or light up with a film lense. My question, I am finding my film lenses when taking pictures of people can have a wonderful very light grain, it just blows me away what it dose for a picture in light with a few shady shadows around a person. I can see why people use film if they like this effect..
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Re: A look into my use of lenses.

Boofers, Not sure what you are meaning. Perhaps a few images would explain it better.
By the way, I posted a few days ago the Panasonic FZ2000 images from 24mm-480mm that you requested but you did not reply, perhaps you missed the post. It is in this same category "Cameras and Lenses."
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Hi Colin,,
Finally came up with a good picture to show you what I mean. Took me awhile to figure it out laying those layers out. I have a hand full of Yashica lenses that were made a good time ago. All about the same time and I am sure they have the same coatings on them, making them shoot different then newer lenses. I am not saying better. They seam to all have a fine noise grain in them that to me is appealing to the eye and gets removed in my processing style. I am wondering from people who used or use film cameras and lenses if they like this fine soft noise that looks like it helps detail to me. Have a look around the lighter spots of skin, the darker areas have a heavier noise.



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