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    Re: The portraits of Bryan Shutmaat? What lens is ised?

    As far as I know, he is shooting a Chamonix 54.....
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    Re: The portraits of Bryan Shutmaat? What lens is ised?

    You could ask him directly— schutmaat@gmail.com (from his website)

    I don't know him, but I bet he's a friendly fellow and could very well be pleased that someone is looking at/liking his work, and would answer any reasonable questions.
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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    A topic of continuing interest! Threads merged.

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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    What camera, lens and film he uses doesn't matter. What he sees and how he sees these common, everyday subjects is what matters. With lots of practice he has learned to make the camera see the way he wants it to.
    The only way to get answers to questions about what camera, etc, is to spend a few years and a few hundred sheets of film learning to make your camera see the way you want it to.
    He has a wonderful vision and is capable of making the camera, any camera, see the same way.

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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    Quote Originally Posted by mandonbossi View Post
    The bokeh has an almost oval aesthetic to it, almost like that you see in Anamorphic films (without the widescreen aspect). Any idea what lens gives this type of bokeh? Judging by the sharpness, it appears to be fairly modern...
    I think the highlights themselves are elongated, and out-of-focus enough that they become an unidentifiable oval blob.
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    I read somewhere that he used a xenotar 150mmm f/2.8 lens.

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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo Zhang View Post
    I read somewhere that he used a xenotar 150mmm f/2.8 lens.
    Sorry, I did do a search under his name but I think I spelt it wrong...

    Thanks for all the responses, much appreciated!

    I was thinking of a Xenotar 150mm 2.8 as well (alongside maybe a 180mm), as his images seem to be a bit more environmental than a 210mm and above. Many years ago I owned one of these but I never found the look to be too sharp or modern..

    Or maybe i was just missing focus @ 2.8

    His images still look very sharp and contrasty, whilst looking to be shot wide open... Hence the guess of a 180mm (still a little bit environmental).

    I will go ahead and email him and see if he can help me out directly..

    Thanks for the input!

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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    I think (I guess) he uses two lenses for his portrait work like 150+210 or 135+180.
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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    Anyone know the BW film stock he uses by any chance?
    I really love the depth of tones and am on the hunt to try a new stock.

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    Re: Anyone see the work of young photographer Bryan Schutmaat? Camera/Lens used?

    Quote Originally Posted by Crown-LF View Post
    Anyone know the BW film stock he uses by any chance?
    I really love the depth of tones and am on the hunt to try a new stock.
    I remember reading a comment on his Instagram that he uses HP5.

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