Some more images with the Yashica ML Macro 55mm 1:4

Here is a quick follow up to my last entry about the Yashica 55mm/4 macro lens. This time I was shooting Fomapan 400 with a bit of grain. The film was developed in Kodak HC110 at 24C to shorten the developing time. As for the previous post, no extra sharpening was applied to the images after scanning. I adjusted contrast, highlights and shadows only.

I can still not believe how sharp the lens is. These images are taken with a wide open aperture and are still spot on. I also like the angle covered by the 55mm lens. I used to have a Nikkor 90/2.8 and I always found the view to tight and restricted.

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