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Some pictures from Brazil with manual lenses

Bolampau

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Hi Luiz,
great set of photos and they all look very sharp. Presumably the lighting was a challenge at times, what ISO were you working at?

The exposures are spot on with good detail in the highlights and shadows. Well done!
Cheers,
Paul
 

Luiz Curcino

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Hi, Paul,

I left the ISO on auto. Therefore ISO varied according to the light.
Some photos came to ISO 3200, another 250.
The noise Nex5N works well. Great little camera.
Thanks
 

freddytto

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wow I agree, very good pictures, that's why I love my nex5n and his great sensor, get a high performance in low light conditions.
 

Luiz Curcino

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Thank you guys for appreciating my photos.

I finally got a decent wide angle lens for my Nex5N. The Voigtlander Super Wide 15mm f4.5 for Leica M. Now I can shoot angles more open landscapes and architectures. It is very small!

Nex5N + Voigtlander 15mm f4.5
The editing was a bit heavy but I liked ...


Rodoviária de Uberlândia por Luiz Curcino, no Flickr
 

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Great photos Luiz! Especially those photos of the dancers, expert timing with the shutter to capture beautiful facial expressions and dance posture. Wonderful timing, well done!
 

Bolampau

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Hi Luiz,
I also like the photo of the dressmaker, the lighting on her face and hands is awesome!

If it were me, I'd add a small amount of vignetting to the photo.
Thanks for sharing,
Paul
 

Luiz Curcino

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Hello everyone, thanks for the comments.

Hello Paul, yes the first photo of the dressmaker deserved a little vignetting to improve the image. The second photo of the dressmaker I put a bit of vignetting to simulate the spotlight.
Thanks for the comments.
Greetings,
Luiz Curcino
 

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