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Photo of the Day by John Schultz

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Well deserved!

Thank you!

October Photo of the Month! Congrats, it’s an amazing image

Multiple cartridges flying through the light spots in the sky: great timing.

Happy Thanksgiving! As we’ve worked on fovi8 for years now, I’m grateful every day for everyone who has been a part of this community. You all have your own fresh and unique vision, to the point that I can often tell who took a photo the moment I see it for the first time. Hope you all have a wonderful holiday season!

I had to go back to about your 14th page to find that starburst pattern. It reminds me of a Sigma 28mm f1.8 that was my workhorse lens when I was in Poland. It had a starburst patern around specular highlights that looked like a mild version of one of those special effects filters.

That’s the Voigtlander 21mm f4, which is incredibly sharp and also very small. I love it! At most this would have been f8, but probably 5.6. Most of the time I keep the lens at f4. It’s also the lens that when pointed into the sun gives that crazy star effect you see in some of my photos. (https://www.amazon.com/Voigtlander-Color-Skopar-Pancake-Leica-Mount/dp/B0000D81OA)

I’m amazed by the depth of field on this. It must be f 256 on a 16 mm lens. I don’t see anything that is unsharp.

No need to thank me. I’m just repeating what the web site is telling me.

Thanks! Sounds like sound science to me. HA!

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