WARREN CONNECTICUT – Today I’m shooting with a Carl Zeiss Jena lens from 1932. The focal length, 21mm, was remarkably wide for its time. I use an adapter that permits it to be mounted on a Leica screw mount film body. Next in the stack comes a Leica screw mount to Leica M adapter, and finally a Leica M to Sony adapter. Rube Goldberg but it actually works. I’ve mounted this combination on my Sony 7rII which I’ve had converted to infrared. Here you go:
Day 2549 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day five years ago (day 723): Guggenheim