(Don't) play with your food!

Tested my new 180mm Carl Zeiss Sonar Lens. | Home developed and expired x-pro film.


  1. joyceyjoyce
    joyceyjoyce ·

    looks beautiful! AND delicious!!

  2. chippo
    chippo ·

    awesome album.....i'd same idea than you....obviusly worse results....cheers!!!!

  3. maxwellmaxen
    maxwellmaxen ·

    wunderschönes album!

  4. neja
    neja ·


  5. ck_berlin
    ck_berlin ·

    @neja I have used the following setup: Two daylight lamps left and right, a ceiling lamp over the table, a Canon Speedlight 580EX II flashed to the top and 1/2 power, a reflektor (polystyrene plate) from the right, tripod, shuter release cable and extension rings between camera and lens (Carl zeiss Jena 180 mm Sonar). 1/30 sek, f8

  6. neja
    neja ·

    u have really put a lot of thought into this!

  7. neja
    neja ·

    btw, I love this fruit overview, but taste is not my fav:)
    can u experiment with the persimon fruit next time?:))

  8. ck_berlin
    ck_berlin ·

    "u have really put a lot of thought into this!" -> A man has got to do what a man has got to do!
    ", but taste is not my fav:)" -> that is right. It taste like .. äh.. nothing. But it looks great!
    "can u experiment with the persimon fruit next time?" -> Taste better but it is not so pretty. Look here: www.lomography.com.br/homes/ck_berlin/albums/1772015-kiev-8…

  9. crazzichipmunk
    crazzichipmunk ·

    Wow Love It!

  10. kamera-man
    kamera-man ·

    I love this series!