Last week I did a job as a still photographer for the event Offshore Strategy Conference 2013.
Such a beautiful full moon out tonight, I just had to get a shot. The picture shown above is shot hand held out my attic window using Nikon D800 with a Pentax Super-Takumar 200mm 1:4 lens. If you’re interested there is more on how to mount M42 lenses on Nikon F in this post.
I also tried to freelens a Tokina 500mm 1:8 mirror lens. Unfortunately it had a Canon FD mount, hence it would not focus correctly on my Nikon. Fortunately, though I have an old Canon AE-1, so I put in some film and tried to get some shots with the 500mm. I also tried a 2x tele-converter along with it. I’m looking forward to the results, however I’ll have to finish the roll and develop it first. The joys of shooting analog!