I’d planned to take a photo of some interesting moss around the roof of the bus shelter. But the old Industar-50 lens had other ideas. Better ideas.
It made a rainbow for me. I had to push the colour to bring it out, but it made some pretty patterns.
A macro shot of the Industar-50 lens, taken with the Canon FL 58mm f/1.2 with a Vivitar 2x Macro teleconverter.
Heavily processed, obviously, to almost white.
An old Industar-50 Soviet lens from 1959. Photographed with my Canon FL 58mm f/1.2, with a Vivitar macro 2x converter.
An old Soviet lens, picked up on eBay, made in 1959. Just as interesting, though (if you’re interested in old lenses, anyway) is the combination I used to take this shot. It’s my Canon FL 58mm f/1.2 lens, attached to a Vivitar 2x converter that’s also a macro adapter. Effectively, the 2x converter is wrapped up in a focussing mechanism that can move the lens forward to let it focus much closer than it normally can.
Processined with one of onOne Perfect B&W’s fake film modes.