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photographer amateur

reduction & reduction

On the old Canon EOS 500N, I bought a reduction for Nikon F lenses last month. I used another reduction for Pentacon Six lenses for this reduction. This allows me to use all my Nikon lenses and all P Six lenses on Canon bodies. Yes, it can’t do autofocus, it doesn’t transmit aperture values ​​for the exposure meter, which fortunately doesn’t limit me in anything. And that’s enough for my photo shoot. By buying two cheap reductions, I saved the purchase of additional lenses. Lens reductions means cost reduction 💲😉

art mirroring

it’s the easiest way. After the first exposure, you turn the camera upside down and take the second exposure. Today was bad weather so the result is not quite top

Contax 139 Quartz, Yashica 1,4/50mm , F400, double-exposure

using ND filters will make your job easier…

ND filters help you remove shiny spots on your nose and forehead when portraiture. Thanks to ND filters, you will use the long times when photographing waterfalls, running water and clouds in the sky. Thanks to ND filters, you don’t have to sit at the PC over the editor for a long time and think about what you will make of the photo😉📷

VFFoto ND64 & cherry blossoms and catkins against the morning sun.

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Don’t be afraid to experiment 📷

Don’t be afraid to be creative. It has never been easier to do multi-exposures than in the DSLR era. You will create interesting images without any editing. The world through your eyes. It takes longer to write two sentences about a multi-exposure than to take a picture of them.

a fake rain caused the rain

Yesterday was a beautiful and sunny day. And I really wanted to take pictures of water drops on an umbrella. I sprinkled water on my umbrella and took some pictures. And within ten minutes it started to rain. So I’d rather not try it with a burning umbrella 🤔😉

Leica R7, VE 70-200mm, Superia 400, C41, switch to BW

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No usage allowed in any form without my written consent.

from the life of dandelions

Leica R7, VE 28-70 & 75-200mm, Superia 400, C41

I love dandelions, when are blooms, spring really here. Today I found a dead bumblebee on the way to the house. Poor thing. I laid him on a dandelion and she lovingly took him in her arms that evening.

P.S. I don’t know why, but I’ve been calling every bumblebee – Mic, since I was a kid.

With 35mm camera to and from the forest

Today I was checking if the forest is still where it was last year. I only took three cameras with me today 🤡📷F50, 📷D800 and📷139Quartz.

Nikon F50, Samyang 14 and 135mm + Sigma 17-35mm, Fomapan F400 footage

The first negative film…

Yesterday, I managed to put an analog camera in my son’s hand for the first time. I explained the basic principle to him … yes, it’s really not just about pressing a button. … and I taught him and taught him. When we got there, I found out that I didn’t put film in my camera (well, karma :D). Yes to him. Fortunately, I still had the D800 with the manual Biometar with me. I think he liked the analog photo shoot … so at least he told me he was already looking forward to developing his film

Jared’s first analog shots …Leica R4, VE 28-70 & VE 75 – 200mm, F400 footage

Jared