As Rick points out, Ann, with this lens you don't need to add vignetting! :)
I assure you: it's not your eyes…
You bring up a fair point: I haven't checked, compared the FoV of this 32mm f/2.8 lens against my Voigtänder 28mm or Leica 35mm. I'll do that today … the Lomo has quite a bit more rectilinear distortion than either of those, but exaclty what its FoV is and how well it fits the viewfinder frame it brings up I'm not sure. I tend to frame somewhat loosely with a rangefinder camera and not be so driven to the precise frame lines in the viewfinder. I believe it brings up the frame lines for a 35mm focal length.
From: Rick Womer firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: November 23, 2022 at 6:21:58 AM PST
One feature of that lens is that one doesn’t have to add vignetting.
From: "Daniel J. Matyola" email@example.com
Date: November 23, 2022 at 6:10:33 AM PST
Well seen and nicely photographed!
From: ann sanfedele firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: November 23, 2022 at 5:52:52 AM PST
I looked at the full list and picked my faves before seeing your choices.. Condo Castle is one..
Odd thing about my eyes and the fire Exit... at first glance, before my eyes adjust to the screen glare.. the shrubbery looked like a crouching dog peeking around a corner at the fire exit and it's large size in the frame I attributed to you shooting very wide angle.
I'm noticing a fair amount of vignetting.. which I hope is your lens and not my eyes.
On 11/22/2022 5:57 PM, Godfrey DiGiorgi wrote:
Another fun set of photos from lens testing with the Leica M10 Monochrom ... I saw a review on the Lomography "Lomo LC-A Minitar Art Lens 32mm f/2.8"
Here's the gallery of all 19 Minitar test photos…
Lomo LC-A Minitar Art Lens Test 2022 :: https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAgkcQ