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Last tulip with Summicron 90mm....


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I propose you the last tulip of the year, taken few days ago, in a public garden with a Summicron 90 mm Asph and M8 ... :)

A very good lens according to me :)

It's not a crop, original and uncorrected image

I like the bokeh and the red and green colors

And you ?

 

Thanks for looking

Henry

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A fantastic lens!

Fortunately there was also the R version :-)

Yours the tulips? Sometimes I buy the bulbs. This year none of mine has come out.

Fernando.

Thank you Fernando for looking and kind comment.

I have also a Macro 90mm M it's good too but the Cron is more luminous

and a R Elmarit 90mm good for portrait with my R8.

Fantastic yes ,

Leica lens means Leica quality, do you agree with me ?

Best regards.

Henry

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I have to say I think a little cropping helps but I may be wrong...

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Merci Bob.:)

Great thanks for looking and kind comment.

another always with the 90mm Elmar

Thanks for looking

(it's not a crop)

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So Caryl and Jean-Luc, you like tulips too .... :)

 

No Jean-Luc, i think it's a genetic modification, it's not my work :D

What do you think,Caryl and Jean-Luc about this one the "blue velvet" tulip (like in David Lynch's film)

Thanks a lot for looking and comment.

M8 Summicron 90mm

a little cropped

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The tulip is beautiful but the shot is too bleachy. I go to a flower show every year and they have multicolored striped tulips that look unreal. It is fun to see how the flower has evolved with the help of man.

Caryl

Caryl,

Generally I avoid photographing in contre-jour with the M8

With my M7and film, it's possible and it's not the similar

Thanks for your reply.Regards

Henry

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Doc

I like the SAA90/2 shot but you really nailed the focus with the 90 Elmar shot and for that reason I prefer it. I also think the yellow tulips are a little more unusual.

LouisB

 

Louis,

Agreed with you !

Thank you for your comment.

Regards. Henry

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For David and Frans,

A last tulip for this year 2009 :)

All the tulips are now faded and we wait 2010 as Frans said

strange shape like a big rose but very nice according to me

a little cropped

 

Thanks David and Frans for your kind comment !

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