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#1 spotter84

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 12:47 PM

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SonyA7II + Tamron Adaptall-2 SP 90mm F/2.5 Macro (52BB)

 

36664072720_119e2c9d2d_b.jpgWhen the nature and lens start to paint first... by Pavel Valchev, on Flickr


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Posted 09 September 2017 - 10:23 PM

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Congratulations. 99.9999% of "extreme bokeh" photos 

are just pointless exercises in "bokeh ! cuz I can" .... or 

"cuz my lens can". Yours is a uniquely singular, visually

stimulating application. You took some ordinary subject 

matter and worked it over, "built" a visual environment 

for it, too Again, congratulations !   

 

And I did take note of your adapted-lens rig. I use very  

similar gear ... 90/2.8 Sigma macro on a7II. There are 

mannnnnnny [too many] card carrying members of the 

"bokeh cult" who insist on an f/2 or 1.4 mid-long macro, 

and who will endlessly produce tedious visual drivel. 



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Posted 10 September 2017 - 12:24 PM

I like it. Good composition and crop. Nice use of analogue simulation. Maybe the applied vignetting could be be a bit less obvious.

The manual Tamron 2.5 is a very nice lens, nicer than the 2.8 I have.


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