I really enjoy using the 28mm for street. Telephoto? Too much of an unfair advantage. :)

Feb 01, 2023,02:15 AM

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Some in-camera film simulation (B&W high contrast) from yesterday.

 By: fernando : January 31st, 2023-02:49
M11 with the very small & unobtrusive TT artisans 28mm f5.6 lens. Thanks for looking. Fernando ...  


 By: InHavenPro : January 31st, 2023-03:39
I particularly love the second and third image. Thanks, Filip

2 & 3

 By: le_chef : January 31st, 2023-04:17
Keepers, both of them.

Funny, same for me!

 By: amanico : January 31st, 2023-05:37

2, 3 & 4 are my favourites

 By: Andy_Mac : January 31st, 2023-07:07
…they wouldn’t look out of place in a frame hanging on the wall! Very nice set indeed! 👏👊

Very nice and peaceful!

 By: patrick_y : January 31st, 2023-07:10

Nice set of pictures and shadows

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : January 31st, 2023-11:49

According to one reviewer ...

 By: cshimokita : January 31st, 2023-12:17
the TTArtisan 28mm f5.6 lens is built significantly more solid than the Leica variant but has similar image quality . Looks to be a great combination ... Casey .

I cannot give this tiny lens enough praise: the best bang for the buck. :)

 By: fernando : January 31st, 2023-14:00
The combo is perfect for street photography in broad daylight. There is the occasional lens flare but perhaps that's because I don't use the lens hood that comes with it. Solid build quality all around.

That Ferris wheel shot is amazing

 By: E in PA : January 31st, 2023-14:31
A cut above the others

Well, the wide-angle successfully captures the geometric lines

 By: TheMadDruid : February 1st, 2023-02:54
but with the subject in motion it loses some detail. The telephoto lens would have remedied that. Just saying…