Your first thought might be the
ease of putting
7 different lenses on the camera and just snapping
another picture. Actually each lens has a different
focal length and thus the camera position was
changed pretty drastically each time. Everything
from 10" to 19" focal lengths, 3 different cameras.
All of the photos but 2 were shot
wide open. #6 and
#8 were both stopped down about 1 stop from wide
open. Hope this is helpful. You can let me know if
you like at: J I M G A L L I @ L N E T T . C O M
Click on the photos for a high resolution version.
If your computer resizes, hold your cursor at the
bottom right corner and click the "out arrows".
Pinkham & Smith 10" Series VI Synthetic
Hermagis Eidoscop #2 14.5 inch
18" Gundlach Achromatic Meniscus
14" Pinkham & Smith Visual Quality Series IV
15" Puligny Anachromatique
13.5" Voigtlander Portrait Euryscop Series II #6 @ approx. f8
19" Hermagis Eidoscop #1 @ f4.5
19" Hermagis Eidoscop #1 @ f6