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  1. I decided to have my Elmarit R-lens 160 mm being repaired and let it have a full service in Solms. It took only a few days and then I was eager to try it out. The Muenster Zoo which is not too far off from our place is a well maintained zoo and every time you go there you see different aspects of the animals and always a different behaviour. I was quite delighted with the performance of the newly set lens, mounted on my Canon 5D MKII - and you can walk with me now Black Malayan Bears playing under a shed and shady place Degu, quite lively, behind glass with dark artificial light a hungry lioness, waiting for her share of food Colobus Monkey, these fellows are allowed to moce about and roam freely, they watch people and if you don't watch them, they might steel from your bag - so we were told
  2. Canon 5 DMKII + Elmarit 180mm this is another shot from the first efforts with my new R-lens. This fellow from the Ibex family took some rest under a feeder where I could take a bit of time to get it. It was almost evenng a the light already a bit low. Thanks for viewing.
  3. It was the last day of the year 2013 and I had no better idea than to try out my new Oylmpus OMD EM5 with the R Telyt 180 mm. Mounted on a monopod these are the first attempts to try out and learn more about this combo. Light was bad inside the cages so shutterspeed was 1/250 sec and aperture ca 4.5-56. and ISO consequently had to be between 800 for the cormoran and for the other 2 at 1600.
  4. We wanted to explore our local zoo in very early morning light. On last sunday at 7:00 a.m we started our tour. Before the crowds start with their noisy business we wanted to be through. We found very relaxed animals enjoying the early spring morning, All with Olympus EM5 and Telyt 250 mm on monopod. Yet it was a challenge to get the fence unvisible. This is going to happen if one does not undergo a certain distance and it need the "cooperation" of the animal
  5. Freu mich wie immer auf eure Kommentare und verbleibe mit freundlichsten Grüßen Rafael
  6. Guess who took their IIIf to the zoo! This is the colorful Golden Lion Tamarin, an endangered species, from the tropical rain forest canopy along Brazil's Atantic coast. "Golden Lion Tamarins get their name from their beautiful soft fur, which is gold from head to tail. The circle of hair around their faces resembles a lion's mane. When first sighted, during the voyage of Magellan, they were thought to be small cats that looked like monkeys, instead of small monkeys that look like cats. GLTs are among the 10% of mammals who are monogamous and mate for life." Their enclosure was pretty dark and I'm pleasantly surprised this turned out as bright as it did. [Leica IIIf RDST (DAG), Hektor 135mm (SK), 1/100 @ f/5.6, Fujicolor ASA 400, VCII meter, handheld, drugstore develop and scan to CD, ever so slightly sharpened in PS4, no other mod--the rest is classic Barnack!] [ATTACH]168022[/ATTACH]
  7. Who will solve this one? I have attached an interesting photo of Winogrand working, taken by photographer Tod Papageorge in 1967. The problem is as follows: Winogrand is using two Leicas (I assume) - up to his eye is one with a Canon 35mm f/1.8 attached. Down towards his left hip is another camera with a mystery lens. Which one is it? As Papageorge took this picture, Winogrand had just finished taking one of his most famous photographs. Seemingly with a 35mm Canon (not the well known 28mm he often used, and perhaps even made famous). Also of interest, I have actually seen his contact print. The roll starts off in London, then BOOM, first strike back in Central Park gives an iconic photo. This should be fun!
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