My new camera with an old lens, under a beauty dish

Today I mounted my beauty dish with a grid in front of it onto the studio strobe which is quasi permanently placed at a corner of our dining table.

I didn’t have a model to sit there, and I also don’t have a remote for this camera (gave my “smart” phone to a relative lately who can make better use of it than I can). So I decided to put my camera on a tripod, and to take a photo of it using Mitchie’s camera again. And this is the result in front of a black background:

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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark 2 with OM Zuiko 50mm/1.4 lens, Moerfelden-Walldorf 2018

The lens you see is the 50mm/1.4 “standard” lens from my film camera, the OM-2n. And on Mitchie’s camera I had the 50mm macro lens from my E-520 DSLR. Reflected in the lens you see the 20″ beauty dish which lit the scene.

As always, thanks for viewing.