The parking lot puddle.
Bear with me as I stray from my usual photography for a bit. Inspired by @overheated_oven (go check out his work with lights and water, it's fantastic!) I went out to play with puddles and lights and vintage lenses the other day.
How about that slinky line of bokeh?!
November 16, 2018
Here on the hub that likes its #bokeh bubbly and its lighting dreamy, it's time to share our favourite vintage lens shot of the day.
Photographer | @ulchiva
Lens | Helios 44-2 58mm f/2
Selected by | @jasonsandagontv
🔸🔸Who needs auto-focus anyway!🔸🔸
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5/5 Konica week. Here's the final shot of this week's set of snaps taken with a Konica Hexanon lens. Like yesterday's pic it's one that I took this week and it's with the 40mm f1.8 (on my Sony A7ii) at the Oceania exhibition at the Royal Academy. It's a sculpture from last century New Zealand that combines the traditional approaches that are the theme of the splendid exhibition with a European approach to figurative sculpture. This is a great compact and sharp lens - perhaps the best known Konica lens as its small size means that it adapts very well to mirrorless cameras. This was shot through glass if you are wondering where the bokeh balls have come from.