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    Thanks Jon. I love the ultrawide perspective this correction gives, which seems to exaggerate perspective even more than my 14mm or 15mm lenses do. Not sure why - I just wish it was doable in the darkroom.

    One more from the Parthenon, using my 8mm:

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    Snowfall, January 2018

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    Pup at the Parthenon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Thanks Jon. I love the ultrawide perspective this correction gives, which seems to exaggerate perspective even more than my 14mm or 15mm lenses do. Not sure why - I just wish it was doable in the darkroom.

    One more from the Parthenon, using my 8mm:
    I like the tree shadow and silhouet! (and the dog is great, too). A good friend uses an 8mm quite a bit, originally with B&W IR film, now FF digital with the camera set up to record IR. The perspective is challenging to work with! Geir used a Widelux before going to the 8mm set-up, so he is use to twisting his vision to match the equipment! Some examples: https://www.flysfo.com/museum/exhibi...hl-circle-life

    It is a lens that gets up close and personal!
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    Geneva, Switzerland, Church
    [img]Geneva Church B&W A7201849 by blazingshutters, on Flickr[/img]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    I like the tree shadow and silhouet! (and the dog is great, too). A good friend uses an 8mm quite a bit, originally with B&W IR film, now FF digital with the camera set up to record IR. The perspective is challenging to work with! Geir used a Widelux before going to the 8mm set-up, so he is use to twisting his vision to match the equipment! Some examples: https://www.flysfo.com/museum/exhibi...hl-circle-life

    It is a lens that gets up close and personal!
    Thanks for the link Vaughn! It is nice seeing other photos from the 8mm (most people are just collecting these optics and only have pics of their lens and don't actually use it!). Some very nice photos on that site. It's definitely a hard lens to use well and so big that it doesn't make it into my bag as a "daily carry" kind of thing! Next time I am hiking out on the AT maybe I'll bring just that lens...
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    Farmer's Market

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    I'm a dedicated user of Fuji film.

    Didn't know they also made apples. Neato.

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    Leigh, you'd think they'd include a box of sheet film with a box of apples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Lobato View Post
    Leigh, you'd think they'd include a box of sheet film with a box of apples.
    But then they'd have to quintuple the price.

    And how can you advertise B&W film as "red delicious"? False advertising.

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