First Impressions of the New Jupiter 3+ Lens: Tat Tso2 11 Share Tweet
Subtle intimacy seems to be the principle behind Tat Tso’s portraits. Each image is a capsule of a raw emotion or a candid fleeting moment, further defined by the lens’ bokeh.
Camera used: Leica M6
First impression of the New Jupiter 3+ Art Lens:
I’m very impressed by the solid build, and the silver finishing looks very handsome on the black camera body. Operation is very good, really smooth focusing ring, aperture ring, etc.
Your New Jupiter 3+ experience was…
I’m not really a 50mm guy, but after using this lens I think I’ll shoot more portrait with this lens. The focal length is more natural and the photo this lens produces has a very intimate feel to it.
About the photos:
I included some photos here taken for a graduation ceremony at the University of Hong Kong. Also some portraits I shot for the Lomography Team.
[The photo below] because of the creamy bokeh, also it’s a very soft and intimate portrait.
Favorite feature of the New Jupiter 3+ Art Lens
The bokeh particularly at wider aperture, and the silky skin tone and texture.
Perfect subjects or opportunity to shoot with the New Jupiter 3+
It’s a standard lens so it is good for most situations, even in low light environment because of the wide aperture. Portrait is one of the things it does best.
Advice for first-time users
Try to get closer to your subject at a more intimate level and open the lens wide to get a nice bokeh.
Expect crisp sharpness, smooth, natural colors and lush, dreamy bokeh — reworked and perfected by Lomography’s highly experienced team. The New Jupiter 3+ Art Lens is exquisitely handcrafted by expert technicians at the exact same Zenit factory as its forebearer. This sleek, chrome-plated weapon of choice will be produced in small batches and thus available on a very limited first-come, first-served basis. Visit the microsite for more info and the Lomography Online Shop to get your very own New Jupiter+ Art Lens.
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