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    Voigtlander Color Skopar 28mm f/3.5


    The missing piece to my CV lens puzzle. I now have the 15/21/28/35/50 all in LTM mount. I got this last Wednesday afternoon, but the weather has been incredibly bland so today is the first chance I've had ot shoot something besides grey. These have absolutely no artistic merit, I'm posting them only to show how much color shift/vignette this lens produces on my 5N.

    The vignette is fairly pronounced, the color shift is less than I expected. For this series I downloaded the shots, converted to DNG, ran CornerFix and then Exifchange. then I processed the CF shot to a reasonable facisimile of a decently exposed shot. I then applied those settings directly to the original DNG file for comparison purposes.

    First shot is original DNG, second is the CornerFix file.



    Again, the first shot is original DNG, second is the CornerFix file. The magenta color shift is more evident in this shot than in the first one.



    The corners look pretty good here, obviously more testing required. If I get free later this afternoon I'll try and get out and shoot something worth viewing.
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    Ok, I got out the other day and then again this afternoon for a couple of shots.













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    CS5 has been a little squirelly lately, but I finally got it to actually process a HDR. This is three shots at -1.3/normal/+1 EV. In the full size you can see the ghosts of the weeds. The wind was blowing pretty hard (which is why there are waves).

    Here's the as metered shot.


    And here's the HDR shot.
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    Yup, that HDR shot looks good!!!
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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/50194292@N05/

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    Updating yet again...









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    Some night shots.









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    And some to close out the year.





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    I especially like the one with the lighthouse, nice composition and beautiful starbursts.

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    Thanks Ad.
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    Love those night shots and the golden hour one
    NEX-6
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    MD Rokkor X 50mm /1.4 MD 50mm /1.7 MD Rokkor X 35mm /2.8 MD 35-70mm /3.5 w/Macro MD Tele-Rokkor 135mm /3.5 MD 35-105mm /3.5-4.5 MD 28-85mm /3.5-4.5 MD 35-135mm /3.5-4.5 MD Rokkor X 50-135mm /3.5 MD 70-210mm /4.5-5.6 MD 24-35mm /3.5
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