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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Some from last night...


    H&M by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr - Sony A7 II + Canon FD 35mm f/2 @ f/2.8


    Upgraded Apple Store by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr- Sony A7 II + Canon FD 35mm f/2 @ f/2.8


    Miami Beach Pano by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr - Sony A7 II + Canon FD 20mm f/2.8 @ f/8 8-shot stitch in LRCC (LR6)
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    Yesterday early evening walkabout in overcast low light conditions, along the disused railway track/trail at the back of my home.
    All taken with the 35mm FE Distagon, the first three are at F1.4 and the last one is at F5.6...With minimum PP just for a change
    I am happy using this lens either stopped down or WO...Close up to your subject or towards infinity or anything inbetween for that matter
    The rendering is just beautiful to my eyes and it’s plenty sharp enough I feel...Please click on the “LARGER” links below...Cheers Barry



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    ^^^ That lens is becoming harder and harder to resist!
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    ^^^ That lens is becoming harder and harder to resist!

    Thanks Tom...."Resistance is futile"...The Borg
    You could treat yourself if you have a Birthday coming up...Xmas is to far away...Cheers Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thanks Tom...."Resistance is futile"...The Borg
    You could treat yourself if you have a Birthday coming up...Xmas is to far away...Cheers Barry
    I have to say that this lens has a certain style to it that you are exploiting to the full, Barry.

    It definitely looks different to my 2/35 Loxia and I expected them to be damn close. It is very sharp on the plane of focus and beautifully rendered in the oof areas.

    Keep on posting these great captures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    I have to say that this lens has a certain style to it that you are exploiting to the full, Barry.

    It definitely looks different to my 2/35 Loxia and I expected them to be damn close. It is very sharp on the plane of focus and beautifully rendered in the oof areas.

    Keep on posting these great captures!

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    Thank you for the kind words Louis...most appreciated.

    Lots of good 35mm's out there now, we are spoiled for choice for sure!
    Like you I have tried quite a few of them and this is the first time in a long while that I have been content. The 35mm Summilux M (Pre Asph) was my previously favourite rendering plus it was smaller and lighter but I now prefer the IQ rendering from this Distagon...I suppose that is why I'm happy to pay what I consider is a small price for this larger and heavier lens but as Guy said on another thread this lens is not going to be everybody's first choice...Cheers Barry
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    Late evening shot of some Japanese Fern in the garden after a rainy, cool day. A7r+Cambo Actus+Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 55mm f/4.5 Vignetting applied in LR.

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    Fabulous color combination!

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    Abandoned pioneer home, Bruce Peninsula, a7II Tamron 150-600.

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    The second one is a keeper, I like its composition. The light and colors. Concerning your PP, there are pictures where I like your "blencomo" technique (or how do you name it ?), it is fitting well with stones and buildings with some blue skies or blue waters. But recently you have shown landscape pictures exhibiting a lot of green and I found that the PP (same blencomo technique ?) wasn't working as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Yesterday early evening walkabout in overcast low light conditions, along the disused railway track/trail at the back of my home.
    All taken with the 35mm FE Distagon, the first three are at F1.4 and the last one is at F5.6...With minimum PP just for a change
    I am happy using this lens either stopped down or WO...Close up to your subject or towards infinity or anything inbetween for that matter
    The rendering is just beautiful to my eyes and it’s plenty sharp enough I feel...Please click on the “LARGER” links below...Cheers Barry

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    Shots from Elephant rock, Currumbin beach. The second last day before the official start of winter here in Australia. The temperature was 23 degC, and there was high cloud that softened the lighting. Our lighting is generally so harsh

    A7r Modified and WATE











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    Charles,

    Excellent images. Thanks for posting.
    I find the WATE performs also very well with my A7R without modification, actually similar to my M9.
    So, for which Leica lenses did you see the most benefit with the modified A7R? TIA.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Taken just a few hours ago. A7II with 150-600 mm Tamron at about 450 mm. F16.

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    Thank you K-H
    The WATE was excellent before the modification on the A7r, but there are noticeable improvements now with the modification.

    I have somewhat culled my Leica lens collection leaving the WATE, 28 Elmarit IV, 50 Cron IV, 50 Nocti f/1.0, 50 Cron DR and 75 Lux, for the Loxia 35/50, FE 35/1.4 and now I have on order the Batis 25/85.

    I previously had the 21 SEM, but I sold just before the modification as I had just recently acquired the WATE. The best samples are on LC site and it replicated by others who have had the A7r modified. The 35 Lux FLE and 50 Lux Asph improved to the point where I was happy to use these lenses again.

    Basically I have kept for the most part Mandler lenses, as I love the rendering and look.

    Reality I am keeping only few Leica lenses now, ones that will not cause issues regardless of which body I use.
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    More macro tomfoolery:


    TWSBI by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr - A7 II + Canon 50mm f/3.5 Macro @ f11

    To trigger this shot, I used the EVF trigger app. Quite neat. Set up the shot, start the app, wave your hand over the EVF and the A7 (all flavors) takes the shot. Caveat emptor, Sony apps tend to change your camera settings to something along factory while the app is running. Be sure to check your settings or you will have to redo the shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    The second one is a keeper, I like its composition. The light and colors. Concerning your PP, there are pictures where I like your "blencomo" technique (or how do you name it ?), it is fitting well with stones and buildings with some blue skies or blue waters. But recently you have shown landscape pictures exhibiting a lot of green and I found that the PP (same blencomo technique ?) wasn't working as well.
    Thank you Annna, you are 100% correct. Sometimes I feel I end up killing some of my images with just to much PP with the likes of BLENCOMO (BLENded COlour MOno)...Pseudo IR...NIK SE2...Photomatix....etc... After a couple of hours I end up with so many layers that I have a hard time considering which layers to use and just how much opacity is going to filter through of each one of them!
    It's all a case of knowing when to stop tweaking them I guess, otherwise they can at times just look to overcooked!
    That is why I went back to basics with those 4 images above which only took me a couple of minutes!...Cheers Barry
    (Edit...Note: If an image is predominantly green to start with like a landscape and I decide to blend that with B&W, then you will end up with a green toned image I always had a bottle of green toner in my darkroom just in-case my clients wanted that look...strangely they never did! I never learn )






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    BTW...Lovely images Charles ^^^ Probably a good idea to be selective and hold back a few Leica lenses.
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    Kilt Rock, Isle of Skye. A7R w/Leica 19mm R.

    I am still in the Isle of Skye. But it has been very cold. Yesterday, it was about 8C, but the with strong cold wind from the north, it felt like 0 C or below.


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    My dear old dad this morning, whilst waiting patiently for his second cup of coffee



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    A7II - One light - HSS

    Not another flat!

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    My wife pointed this out to me tonight, but I didn't have time to grab my tripod:


    Scalloped Clouds by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr - Sony A7 II + Canon FD 35mm f/2 @ f/8 + Secret Macphun Sauce
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    Nice one, Barry!

    Huh, he is photographing us.

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    Thought this was a interesting moment. Loxia 50mm


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    Bill - Very nice! Would appreciate any feedback on using the Tamron 150-600 with A7ii handheld - what is the hit rate at longer focal lengths and how low can you go on the shutter speed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Eastern Kingbird. a7II, Tamron 150-600 at 600mm.

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    Views from Whiteface Mountain and Keene Valley, upstate New York.

    A7 + assorted Leica lenses.









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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    Bill - Very nice! Would appreciate any feedback on using the Tamron 150-600 with A7ii handheld - what is the hit rate at longer focal lengths and how low can you go on the shutter speed?
    Thanks Jaree!
    This is a tough lens to handhold; I use it with a tripod or, more often, leaning across a fence, resting against a tree trunk or resting on my partially open car window. Used like that 1/125th is easily possible at 600 mm. I have gone as low as 1/30th but that's hit & miss!

    The lens is very sharp at 500 mm, a bit soft at the corners at 600, but for wildlife (my use) that really doesn't matter.

    Hope this helps - the lens is a heck of a good buy!
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    Thanks Bill, your field notes certainly help. 1/125 at 600mm is very impressive. I don't have much experience with long lenses and only recently tried 400 MM (Leica R 80-200 at 200mm + 2X APO Extender) and it certainly wasn't easy even on a tripod - even a slight whiff of air and the image would shake in magnified live-view.

    The Tamron price is certainly very competitive. I will rent it one of these days when I go on a road-trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Thought this was a interesting moment. Loxia 50mm


    They'll probably hire the guy with the selfie stick...
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    Just trying the photomerge function in LRcc. Two shot pano using A7r+Cambo Actus+Rodenstock 55mm APO-Grandagon. Only problem is the layers are not preserved so can't make manual adjustments.

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    One of many I took from the Seattle Space Needle (This is one of a variety of outcomes you can develop your way to with a IR590nm filter.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Just trying the photomerge function in LRcc. Two shot pano using A7r+Cambo Actus+Rodenstock 55mm APO-Grandagon. Only problem is the layers are not preserved so can't make manual adjustments.
    Another with same setup, but 4 shots of some old sugar maples stitched in LRcc photomerge and then cropped before exporting jpeg to Flickr.

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    This is not something I would normally do but in this situation I wanted the perspective compression of a much longer FL lens (70-200mm is my longest lens).
    The FE 70-200mm lens at 171mm FL handheld (I don’t particularly like the IQ much at the 200mm FL, not even cropped!), this has then been heavily cropped down to just 8MP from the A7R 36MP camera.
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    WOW, some very awesome works everyone! I was impressed with the current FM posts, but these took it to the next level.

    Just received this lens, going all SOOC to evaluate its color rendition on my A7s.mod. My wife told me it gave a very classic look overall. I don't see any clinical-ness. Happy shooter . The first batch at the ABQ Botanical Garden:

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    More malls. I was scoping a location for a large group shot (100+) to be taken at a retirement party.


    Dolphin Mall by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr


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    For the record, Dolphin Mall is not photographer-hostile. Acting annoying will get you thrown out, but not for taking pictures (unless you shoot like Bruce Gilden).
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    One more, messing around with a speedlight, gaffer's tape, an umbrella reflector and my son.


    It Came From Outer Space (via Amazon.com) by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

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    One more, messing around with a speedlight, gaffer's tape, an umbrella reflector and my son.


    (This may become his new online avatar )
    Carlos:

    Congratulations on your son's new avatar. I've always envied the one you use (and the secret underground lair where it was made). After all if family photography isn't fun then why bother?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfirneno View Post
    Carlos:

    Congratulations on your son's new avatar. I've always envied the one you use (and the secret underground lair where it was made). After all if family photography isn't fun then why bother?
    Thanks. These are always fun to make and are my favorite kind of portrait.
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    A Girl and Her Dog.

    Sony A7ii with Sony/Zeiss 135mm F1.8 ZA

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    Another set with the Leica 50 APO:









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    Le Treport.

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    First walkabout on the waterfront trail with the new FE 28mm on my A7r.






    Look at full size image and tell me what you see in the sky. I thought at first it was sensor dust, but it only appears in this image. Mayflies?






    The home town hockey hero. He went directly from high school to pro hockey.

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    A7S with Sony 50/2.8 Macro









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    Taken yesterday at the Royal Cornwall show...Both with the FE 35mm F1.4
    This child kept insisting to his parents that he wanted to ride the “Wall of Death”
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    Saw these 2 guys and a pushchair heading towards the sign – Probably not strictly PC but my wife thought it was amusing!



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    a7R, FE24-70 at closest focus. (Fringed Polygala)

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    I had just gotten my latest toy, a Sony LA-EA3 lens adapter, and was eager to try my A7 with my Sigma 70-300/4-5.6 Apo DG, a consumer-grade lens which retails for about $150. Lucky me: My lunchtime shooting session proved to be one of the most productive I've had in a long time: I'm generally out there 5x times a week with my camera but more often than not the light is clear, hard, and directly overhead and at best I'll halfheartedly take a couple of snapshots before retreating to a shady spot with a good book. But not this particular afternoon!











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    A7II
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    Taken a few days ago in Porthleven at the southern end of Cornwall
    Tonemapped slightly to help tame the contrast in the highlights and shadows.




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