Do we get too obsessed by "real"?

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Re: what is real?
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GnarlydogOZ wrote:

Tom Caldwell wrote:

Unfortunately not adapted lenses - but I have tried to show another side of photography that is little discussed.

And yet, on a slightly different tangent, adapted lenses are indeed way more suited to create "art" than modern ones, at least for me.

With all the weird bokeh, swirls and bubbles I feel I can create a much more surreal photograph that a modern AF zoom lens that contain so many glass elements to take away any hint of "unnatural".

While editing might not play a great part in some of my images, the selection of a vintage lens for a given idea certainly does.

image created with adapted lens: projector Aldis 8.5cm f2.5

Very good.  Interesting character.  One might wonder if any human mind could imagine this interesting artful image unaided by your optical friend.

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