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Praktica PLC3 defocused background portrait

Praktica PLC3 defocused background portrait

Just to demonstrate the background blur that is possible when using a fast lens on a Praktica PLC3.

adash Taken by adash with a Praktica PLC3 loaded with Kodak T400cn expired film in Sofia, Bulgaria. These tags describe this photo: glasses, praktica, woman, girl, b&w, and portrait. Date: 2012-06. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Praktica PLC3 defocused background portraits - B&W at the parking.

10 comments

  1. sylwester

    sylwester

    I like bokeh. Nice.

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  2. adash

    adash

    @sylwester Thanks!

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  3. thejomi

    thejomi

    what do you exactly mean with "using a fast lens"?

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  4. adash

    adash

    @thejomi 50mm F/1.8

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  5. alexes

    alexes

    did you use a carl zeiss lens?

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  6. adash

    adash

    @alexes No, Pentacon MC Electric, as seen here:
    http://www.lomograph(…)-just-a-toy
    I can send you the full res. scan if you want it.

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  7. mimed

    mimed

    good job

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  8. alexes

    alexes

    thank you @adash for this information. 3 days ago i bought THIS camera on ebay with the same lens ;) but pentacon and praktica comes from carl zeiss. i think i ll have fun with the PLC3 :)

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  9. adash

    adash

    @alexes I am not sure. I think East German Zeiss was in Jena, while Pentacon was in Dresden....
    You will have lots of fun with the PLC3, of course!

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  10. alexes

    alexes

    yeah, that history isn t easy to understand... :(
    http://de.wikipedia.(…)nternehmen) in german

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