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On 11/28/2019 at 3:36 PM, evikne said:

M10 w/50mm Noctilux f/1.0 wide open.

The camera angle is important when one wants to get two things in focus at the same time.

evikne,

you really know how to take advantage of the Noctilux field curvature.

congratulations for your images.

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14 minutes ago, alex7075 said:

evikne,

you really know how to take advantage of the Noctilux field curvature.

congratulations for your images.

Thanks a lot! 😀

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No matter the topic, the Noctilux has a unique way of 'seeing'. It is certainly a challenge to find and feature the 'plane of focus' that will tell the story my eye perceives. It has made me see things quite differently, sometimes rather like painting than taking a photograph. Below my mini Maples trees taken with the M10-P and Noctilux 1.0. Evikne, Metin and a number of forum members helped me to decide to get this lens and an inspiration on its use.

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4 hours ago, pattyfrank said:

No matter the topic, the Noctilux has a unique way of 'seeing'. It is certainly a challenge to find and feature the 'plane of focus' that will tell the story my eye perceives. It has made me see things quite differently, sometimes rather like painting than taking a photograph. Below my mini Maples trees taken with the M10-P and Noctilux 1.0. Evikne, Metin and a number of forum members helped me to decide to get this lens and an inspiration on its use.

beautiful shot - sort of my style or what so often trying to capture

been waiting for my .95 for a month almost. Wait it's over and so is Fall in my area :(

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Thanks much Phil. Good luck with the .95!  Will watch for your results. Oh, and not to worry Fall returns every year. Besides the .95, it will have you chasing color and light all year. :0)

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