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TT Artisans 21mm f 1.5 shot on the fp at f 5.6 or f 8.0 A new shopping plaza with only 1 store open so far. Not this one it's supposed to be a Whole Foods when it opens.

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On 2/5/2021 at 5:17 AM, sobkrates said:

Some pictures taken with the new Sigma 24mm  🙂.

Hochwasser-1 by sobkrates, auf Flickr

 

Hochwasser-2 by sobkrates, auf Flickr

 

Hochwasser-3 by sobkrates, auf Flickr

 

Hochwasser-4 by sobkrates, auf Flickr

That lens is really impressive!

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More fun with the 21mm @ 4.0 at the beach in Sarasota FL. The second art deco style building I was not able to play with as the back half of the building is a very busy "massage parlor" so I made sure to stay on the sidewalk and not go on the property.

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Sigma fpL + Sigma 24mm f/3.5 DG DN

Please check my Instagram for my latest photos with the Sigma fpL:

www.instagram.com/eduardomarques_photo/

 

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2 hours ago, EMLEICA said:

Sigma fpL + Sigma 24mm f/3.5 DG DN

Please check my Instagram for my latest photos with the Sigma fpL:

www.instagram.com/eduardomarques_photo/

 

Your Instagram photos are a revelation. What wonderful work!

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14 hours ago, EMLEICA said:

Sigma fpL + Sigma 24mm f/3.5 DG DN

Please check my Instagram for my latest photos with the Sigma fpL:

www.instagram.com/eduardomarques_photo/

 

Plus one to Ken's comment above, wonderful images!

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Sigma fpL + Sigma 28-70mm f/2.8

Testing ISO 6  😃

Please check my Instagram for my latest photos with the Sigma fpL:

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Meschutt Beach, Hampton Bays, NY.

full size crop of the caddy fly...

 

 

 

The Sigma fp-L + VM apo-lanthar 50 have become my main walk around combination. 

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17 hours ago, Alan Friedman said:

Meschutt Beach, Hampton Bays, NY.

full size crop of the caddy fly...

 

 

 

The Sigma fp-L + VM apo-lanthar 50 have become my main walk around combination. 

just wonderful, Alan! So capable of a slightly dreamier, filmic rendering. As a kid, I owned that very model GTO (though, alas, not a convertible).

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26 minutes ago, bags27 said:

just wonderful, Alan! So capable of a slightly dreamier, filmic rendering. As a kid, I owned that very model GTO (though, alas, not a convertible).

Thank you... the light was nice for this early evening walk around. There were quite a few Pontiacs represented, most from the mid 1960s. I learned to drive on a 1969 Grand Prix. I think the doors on that car weighed about as much as my current ride. ;^)

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