New Camera-Old Lens

Pexels has an active photo challenge called Windows and Doors. I decided to head downtown and see if I could get some shots to submit. To spice it up a bit, I decided to use a vintage Hexanon 57mm f/1.4 on the walk. I’m not a big fan of prime lenses for street photography, but I am a big fan of getting out of my comfort zone. A while back I grabbed a Fotodiox adapter that would allow me to attach my Konica AR mount lenses to my Nikon Z6ii. It’s really been fun to use the old lenses on my modern camera!

Here are the photos from the walk. To enhance the vintage feel of this awesome lens, I did most of the editing using profiles from DxO’s Filmpack 5. If you haven’t tried it yet, give it a go. When you’re stuck for inspiration in editing, nothing gets the juices flowing like throwing an old Agfa profile on a photo…

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