綠夏 bởi Tai
“Có thể sau này mình không còn ở bên nhau nữa, nhưng mong rằng người hãy nhớ trong những ngày tuổi trẻ của người, đã từng có một kẻ vì yêu người mà muốn chống lại cả thế gian.”-Hamlet Trương
Autumn Walk with my Oly, #1 (2014, Olympus OM-1 with Auto-Macro 3.5/50, Fujicolor Superia X-TRA 400 @ ISO 200, Snapseed)
I really enjoyed shooting with this nice oldie. The OM-1 is the OM camera: Fully mechanical, compact, with TTL metering and some other goodies. Combined with the macro lens, narrow distances were no issue (as they are with a rangefinder camera).
Found in the backyard (2014, Agfa Ambi Silette with Color-Solinar 2.8/50, DM Paradies 200, Snapseed)
As far as I remember, and being shot in the backyard, this was done with aperture 2.8 (or 4 at best). Compared to the images I took yesterday with an Olympus OM-1 and the Zuiko MC Auto-Macro 3.5/50 (I’ll post them later on), I find the image quality unbelievably good. What is it with these old lens designs?