Examples shot in the Sierra Nevada and White Mountains of California.
Aperture by memory, since there is no recording of aperture with the Schneider PC-TS lenses, with their manual aperture control.
Images shot on the 24MP Nikon D3x. No filters and no polarizers. Unless otherwise noted, no saturation has been added to the images.
Images presented in the AdobeRGB color space (and are still partly blown in the red channel in some cases), so be sure to use a colorspace-aware browser, such as Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox (NOT Internet Explorer).
June Lake, Oct 18, 2011
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