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  1. #11

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    Re: Help understanding brass lenses

    Thanks for all the help....I've taken a workshop and feel I have a pretty good understanding of the chemical process of it but definitely not lenses---seems I need to do a little vocabulary research as well. I actually don't care what the lens is made of....I'm just interested in shooting landscapes (not necessarily super super wide as I don't live in Big Sky country). I don't care about shooting portraits right now (maybe eventually). I'll keep researching!

  2. #12

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    Re: Help understanding brass lenses

    Right on, thanks! Jim seems very cool

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    Alex Timmermans
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    Re: Help understanding brass lenses

    As you will shoot landscapes you don't need fast petzval lenses. Just look for a zeiss jena or a but slower but tack sharp apo ronar lenses. They are rather but but very good.
    "You dont take a picture, it's given to you"

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