A recent thread led me to start this one. The general hypothesis offered by another member is "that persons skilled in the art have almost always been unable to match a shot to the lens used to take it." I believe the underlying hypothesis is that most lenses really are the same.
So in the spirit of fun, I have these two portraits, taken on 8x10 within minutes of each other. They are not the same focal length, but counting bellows factor, both were at about the same aperture, and both shot wide open. The lenses used:
1. Dallmeyer Rectilinear
2. Cooke Anastigmat
Can you match the photo to the lens?