f/2.4

Introduction

This post constitutes part of my “Shot Wide Open” series, and is the first post of this series to be published in 2015. For an overview of the project, and a list of its installments, click here. In this installment, photos were taken over the course of three days, working exclusively with an M42 mount Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4, adapted to an Olympus PEN E-P5.

The Photos

The footway from Allen Hall Theatre to St. David Street, University of Otago Dunedin Campus. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/250 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
The footway from Allen Hall Theatre to St. David Street, University of Otago Dunedin Campus. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/250 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
The view along Centre Road towards Tomohawk, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1600 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
The view along Centre Road towards Tomohawk, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1600 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
The sun bursts through the clouds and lights up the hillside at Smaills Beach, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1600 s, f/2.4, ISO 100, cropped to square central portion.
The sun bursts through the clouds and lights up the hillside at Smaills Beach, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1600 s, f/2.4, ISO 100, cropped to square central portion.
A soliatry, low wooden bench on the hill above Smaills Beach, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1600 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
A soliatry, low wooden bench on the hill above Smaills Beach, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1600 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
Underneath a fuchsia at Bethune's Gully, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1.3 s, f/2.4, ISO 100, crudely stabillised on a mossy rock.
Underneath a fuchsia at Bethune’s Gully, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1.3 s, f/2.4, ISO 100, crudely stabillised on a mossy rock.
Looking up into the pine trees, Bethune's Gully, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/40 s, f/2.4, ISO 640.
Looking up into the pine trees, Bethune’s Gully, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/40 s, f/2.4, ISO 640.
A fallen branch caught on its way to the ground. Bethune's Gully, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/40 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
A fallen branch caught on its way to the ground. Bethune’s Gully, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/40 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
Staring into the mist, Mt. Cargill, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/800 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
Staring into the mist, Mt. Cargill, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/800 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
Power to the low cloud, Mt. Cargill, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1250 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
Power fading away… Mt. Cargill, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1250 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
A logging track cuts a jagges trail past alonely stump in low cloud on Mt. Cargill, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1000 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.
A logging track cuts a jagged trail past a lonely stump in low cloud. Mt. Cargill, Dunedin. Olympus PEN E-P5 with Carl Zeiss Jena MC Flektogon 35 mm f/2.4. 1/1000 s, f/2.4, ISO 100.

The End

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