Photo of the Day: Angularity

For amateurs like me, the Lighthouse complex in Aarhus is a nice place to hone architectural photography skills. And for my recent photographic pilgrimage to the buildings, I decided to use a Tamron 28mm f/2.8 Adaptall lens (the CW-28 model). I bought it cheaply a long time ago, and I even took it with me on our latest trip to Tokyo. But, for some reason, I didn’t really use it a lot. In case you are curious, head over to the Life and photography machines blog to read a detailed review of the lens. Despite its age, CW-28 is a rather capable lens, and it turned out to be ideally suited for shooting buildings.

Nikon EM, Tamron 28mm f/2.8 Adaptall, Ilford XP2 Super 400.

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2 comments on “Photo of the Day: Angularity
  1. matthew says:

    Wonderful image as always! Thank you for showing and sharing.

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