She has three other Instagram names, one for adventure/travel photography, and one is Fine Art composite type work, and one of videography based. She does filming and editing, mostly music videos. She even acted in one last spring. She is crazy well rounded, and so much fun to work with. :)
In the hundreds of estate sales I have been to, this is the only one that has ever had anything camera related. It doesn't help that the auction service did a really bad job listing them because they couldn't be bothered to research them for 30 seconds.
That focus limiter sounds handy. I hadn't looked up the age of the lens yet, but I figured it had a little age on it. Everything at the auction camera-related looked like it had been sitting a long time.
It has 4 positions, "Full" "15' to infinity." "10' to infinity." and "10' to M." which I am...
Focus limiter is my guess too. That is new to me though.
I am really excited to get them though, too bad there wasn't a 600mm f4 there! LOL
There was a lady there who had brought her Nikon with her, and she was testing them, but she didn't even check them for fungus or dust which is what really...
Thank you. :)
Thank you! She is also the kind most fun person you will ever meet!
Here is her modeling/photography page on Instagram. Model || Photography || Art (@franzi_pantz) • Instagram photos and videos
I paid $25 each, they have just the tiniest bit of fungus starting but it shouldn't be hard to clean out and I think was well worth it.
This 80-200mm the switch to turn it to manual aperture is missing/broken off, but I got it switched so that is all good. I have never had Nikon gear before...
I just sharpened them, and a little bit of dodging and burning because there was a bit too much shadow over them.
Her eyes are so incredible, they are stunning!
Thank you. :)
I see what you mean, I got it a bit too sharp. I can back that off easily. Great catch, thanks! :)
I took this photo of one of my very best friends, Franzi. She does model and act, so if you are going to be in Norway and need a model, let me know. ;)
CC is very welcome on the photo and editing in general. This was kind of a quick snapshot, so no major planning.
Canon T3i, vintage 135mm f2.8...