Lights over the lake (defocused)

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  1. Pomo

    Pomo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I used Jupiter 8 lens in defocus for this shot.
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    lights over the lake
    by Pomo, on Flickr


     
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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    Nicely handled. This could make a fantastic background on which to overlay text for a greeting card, or for an invitation, or an on-line announcement for some type of summer or spring season event.
     
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    I've used my Tiar 11A the same way. Derrel was spot on for good uses.
     
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    I did not think before that I could use it that way, but it seems like a good idea!
     
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    Thank you, jcdeboever. My father has the same :) I never used it because it's too heavy for my Olympus Pen 8. But I often used Jupiter 8 and Helios 44-2, which is my favourite.

    p.s. It is not "Tiar 11A", but "Tair 11A" :) This name came from the name of star.
     
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