Posted by rane
on Sep 19, 2010
and filed in categorie(s) History/Photography .
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This is just incredible
I love it!! i’m fan of old school photography, and in these times, the union of old lenses and new technology are (not always) the perfect material to take the perfect shoots! Without develop process it’s better to improve the shoots.
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Sure would be nice if you’d give some links and credit and where people could find more info…
these photos were originally published on http://www.cinema5d.com/viewtopic.php?p=133996 – and there are more images there to see as well.
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[...] 1908 Wollensak 35mm F5.0 Cine-Velostigmat Lens, 102 year old lens on a 5DmkII [...]
These are so beautiful.
Beautiful work. The lens qualities are very atmospheric. It makes me wonder what kind of digital processing was done to these. (came across this from Metafilter)
How cool! I have got some old lenses that I need to try — thank you for the inspiration.
Where do you explain why this is necessary? You can’t take the same images with current lenses?
Reminds we of when I was using an old camera my grandfather brought back from WWII. It gave me all these hazy images. I took the lens assembly apart ( try that with a modern camera! ) and cleaned everything and got much better results.
Hi Tim, these are very stunning photos! Great Job!. Another question, did you attend FH La Guardia HS? Your name is very familiar so I thought I should write to see…
[...] Wollensak 35mm F5.0 Cine-Velostigmat Lens September 21, 2010 by my father’s son Timur Civan took a 102 year old 1908 Wollensak 35mm F5.0 Cine-Velostigmat Lens and got it working on [...]
This lens gives you an amazing lighting and ambiance! I have some old lens from collage for vintage cameras that I never thought of using. How did you manage to construct the adapter to fit this?
Wow. It is amazing to see how such fantastic pictures can be made with such an old lens. I wouldn’t have believed it possible. The lens must have been well looked after for all these years .
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I love these shots. I should try sticking my old lenses on my nikon and see what happens. Thanks for the inspiration
Honest Beauty. WOW.
Isn’t affect supposed to be effect on the greenhouse gases billboard?
wow gorgeous. very talented
[...] diese sind mit nem Objektiv von 1908 auf ner Digicam gemacht. So ‘ne Vignette fügt man ja normal [...]
Chase Adams says:
“Isn’t affect supposed to be effect on the greenhouse gases billboard?”
No. Look it up.
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