Posted on May 18, 2013
For this portrait session in the studio in Florence, I want to obtain a nice black and white contrast.
For this reason, I’ve used one big soft bank light in the studio. I really love this kind of contrast that get out from the images.
For the shooting, I’ve used an old vintage lens: the Pentax Super Takumar 50mm f/1.4. I’ve found this lens quite amazing for its age and it’s performing extraordinary on the Samsung Nx-20 mirrorless camera. I love the vintage quality it gives to the photos.
The lens has been mounted on a Samsung Nx-20 mirrorless camera. I was focusing looking directly on the screen and I hadn’t problems to achieve the correct focus point.
I suggest you to give a look at the other portrait photo session where I’ve used the Pentax Super Takumar on a mirrorless camera system: