Here are a few pictures of the city center of Oslo taken while walking around with the family on Saturday. I had the Nikon FM3A and Ilford HP5+ film. As a lens, I usually either take the 50mm f/1.4 or the 35mm f/2 but I wanted to test a 28mm f/2.8. The lens is in good condition but there is a little fungus on one of the internal element. I do not think that it affects the images much but I'll probably have to clean it at some point. Annyway, as a wide angle lens I have used the 24mm f/2.8 quite a lot but I want to try something between the 24mm and the 35mm to see how it works for me. I addition to the 28mm, I also took the 105mm f/2.5 to have a longer lens (the 105mm is one of my favorite Nikkor lens, the image quality often surprises me).
Above is a shot of the Royal Palace (Det Kongelige Slott) as seen through Karl Johans gate from the Norwegian Parliament (Stortinget) on the left. This is kind a a classic shot of Oslo but I wanted to try to get somthing like it with the 105mm lens. I am quite happy with the way it turned out. Bellow are a couple of shots of the Oslo Tram (Trikken) in two streets. Shot with the 28mm lens.
Bellow are a couple more shots with the 105mm lens. The Royal Palace on the left and Karl Johans gate on the right.
An finally bellow are a few random shots with both lenses.
Overall, this seem to be a good combination of lenses. Add the 50mm f/1.4 and it may be all I will even need. It is hard to judge if the little fungus in the 28mm has any impact on the images, I have not notices anything but of course Ilford HP5+ 400 is quite grainy and not so high resolution.