ZeissImages

The most complete gallery of images captured with Zeiss lenses

🕐 2021-09-15
Moved to a new server. Let me know if you see any issues pop up. Thanks
🕐 2021-09-07
Just posted.
Is owning a digital M a wast of money? https://www.zeissimages.com/topic/100022
🕐 2021-09-03
Just simplified adding custom lens to your uploads. Now when you upload photos, you have the option of adding a lens from your personal lens list at the time of upload instead of editing each photo afterwards. Don't select a lens if you just want to
🕐 2021-09-02
Classifieds are up! Just finished writing the code for placing ads. If you have something to sell have a look here https://www.zeissimages.com/ads and start posting. For the time being, it is a free services so take advantage.
🕐 2021-08-31
Selling my M10-R Black paint. https://www.zeissimages.com/ad/3

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🕐 12-31-21 9:21 AMphotosphere42 posted Click to view details
Red valve
Photo by: dalth500
Very nice.
🕐 12-9-21 8:51 PMphotosphere42 posted Click to view details
Photo 55036
Photo by: photosphere42
This image was made with a 4x5 Tachihara, a Calumet 210mm Caltar II s lens. It was made on a rig road north of Grand Junction, CO, in the bookcliff mtn's . Temp was in the 20's F. About a mile back to the left I passed a oil/gas rig on fire. The flames were like a vertical blow torch about 50-60 feet high. The lower half of the derrick had collapsed due the intense heat and no one in sight, and it was very, very loud. But this scene was so serene I had to stop and try to get an image. In the original, the fog was much heavier. PS
🕐 11-28-21 12:29 PMzeissimages posted Click to view details
Sulphur Shelf. Near Index, Washington.
Photo by: hyperfocal
Been years since I was near Index. Ever been to Blanca Lake ?
🕐 11-20-21 5:04 PMphotosphere42 posted Click to view details
Pacific Madrona at Deception Pass, Washington.
Photo by: hyperfocal
Nice image.
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🕐 11-4-21 3:59 PMphotosphere42 posted Click to view details
Martinus Church Groningen
Photo by: remcor
Wonderful image, exquisite values, well done!