Tag Archive: Voigtlander Super-Wide-Heliar 15mm f4.5

Treasury Gardens

The Old Treasury Building on Spring Street in Melbourne, was once home to the Treasury Department of the Government of Victoria, but is now a museum of Melbourne history, known as the Old… Continue reading

Calton Hill

Our adventures in Scotland were punctuated by times of bad weather. Thick clouds and heavy rain did not deter us from visiting one of the historic icons in Edinburgh, Scotland, and we set… Continue reading

The Moon Crossing Bridge at Arashiyama

Cherry Blossoms Trip Part 2 This is the second in a series of ten posts of our trip to the Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe district in Japan in the season of Hanami. Click here to visit… Continue reading


Sai Kung is famous for its fishing village and many seafood restaurants. Visitors can have a relaxing stroll along the coast and have dinner by the sea.       Photos were taken… Continue reading

Colorful Streetscapes

This collection shows the vibrant side of Guangzhou, a Southern Chinese city – a mix and match of the old and new, streets packed with people and old, deserted alleys around the corner,… Continue reading

Old Guangzhou

The Shamian Peninsula was free from the noisy Chinese New Year celebrations. It also contained the historical buildings which were erected over a century ago, hidden by the tall trees as old as… Continue reading

Day & Night

A transition from day to night at the Shing Moon River. First picture: Taken with CV 15/4.5 on NEX-3, 0.3 EV bracket, post-processing with Photomatix HDR. Second picture: taken with kit lens, 4s… Continue reading

Hand in Hand

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Voigtlander Super-Wide-Heliar 15mm f4.5

The Voigtlander Heliar 15mm f4.5 (LTM mount) is indeed a little gem. The wide-angle is sharp from corner to corner. As a rangefinder lens, it is compact too. On Sony NEX-6, it demonstrates… Continue reading


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