Trioplan 100

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Those who know me know that I like to shoot with artistic lenses.

In 2021  I bought - in addition to some Lensbaby - also the Trioplan 100
(first version). During a weekend in the mountains, I tested it by photographing the flowers around my house. With this lens, I had to get used to having a wider view, as I am used to getting very close to the subject to photograph details. Changes and new visions fascinate me, so it didn't take me too long to get used to this new lens. In backlighting and at wide apertures, its distinctive 'soap bubble bokeh' is at its most expression. The results are definitely what I expected. Unfortunately, during the weekend of testing, the weather changed from sunny to cloudy in a short time, taking away the precious sunshine. However, I wanted to continue with the tests: the images present soft Bokeh and a very delicate blur that convinced me, I find that this lens gives poetic images.

I was immediately enthusiastic about the Trioplan 100, now I have to get to know it better and ... let myself be carried away by the emotions in new photographic projects!

In my new Trioplan 100 gallery you can view my images and see if you like this genre.

If you have any questions, would like to see and/or try out this fantastic lens please contact me, I would be happy to.

If you would like to learn more, you can sign up for the VINTAGE AND ARTISTIC LENSES photography course.

Here are two famous photographers who use this lens, that inspire me especially:

Sandra Bartocha (de) and Leonardo Battista (ita)

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