Two more pictures from Sunday morning at White Memorial Conservation Center. Also made with the loaner M-Monochrom and my 35mm Summicron which dates back to the mid-80s. I've given them a bit of split tone treatment in Adobe Camera Raw to make the web files look a little more like the platinum/palladium prints I'll eventually make from the most successful pictures. Even with a 30+ year old, pre-asphereical lens, the resolution of the 24 MP monochrome sensor is impressive. Since I'm used to working with a 16 MP, Bayer array, M-4/3s camera for my digital capture work, the 100% view of these files on-screen is astounding. Scrolling all the way out to the corners does show up some resolution falloff with the old lens. It would be interesting to compare to an up to date aspherical version of the 35 'cron.