This was posted a month or so ago, on Patreon, but now I’ve closed that, it can go here… This isn’t my first Leica lens, but it’s the first that looks like a modern Leica. The first black one I’ve had. Previously, I’ve had two Elmars, from the 1960s. This is the Tele-Elmarit 90mm, the […]
My Industar-50 lens, sitting on a wall, just outside our front door. Small, light, collapsible, and surprisingly good. I don’t often use this lens, but I always enjoy it when I do. Taken with my Leica Elmar 90mm.See Flickr for bigger version.
My first Leica lens – a 90mm Elmar – sitting on a ledge outside out front door. Taken with an old Soviet Industar-50 lens.See Flickr for bigger version.
My first Leica lens – a 90mm Elmar – sitting on a ledge outside out front door. The grip has crumbled away, near the mount, so I’ve just wrapped a bit of tape around it. It’s a lens for using, not for posing and taking photos of. Oh.See Flickr for bigger version.
Just a lens sitting on a ledge outside our front door.See Flickr for bigger version.
We were watching the Squibb Freestyle stunt show. I had to stop to get a photo of her nails, though.
Salt and pepper shakers at the Eden Project, and a Sony SEL70210 lens.
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.