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    Plant market on a trout farm.

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    " Life !
    Sure - You Can Always Get What You Want"

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    The titel is the writing on the tabloid in the center. It reads in German:
    'Doch - das Leben ist ein Wunschkonzert' i tried to translate...
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    Michiel...Lovely clouds and reflection ^^^
    Werner...Love the Light in the station^^^
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    A beautiful summer’s day here today, so I decided to take a couple of hours drive over to Dartmouth in Devon
    Spotted this guy repairing the antenna at the top of a sailboats mast just above the tree line



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    Barry,

    A terrific catch and great picture! Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    A terrific catch and great picture! Thanks.
    k-hawinkler - Thanks once again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Bill,
    That's a nice area to have grown up as a child with beautiful countryside just minutes away from Okehampton
    The Meldon quarry rail way station is still there
    Meldon Quarry railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    ...but no longer do the trains go over the viaduct...presumably it's not structurally safe for the weight of an engine with it's carriages...The track has been pulled up and now just pedestrians and cycles to and fro across it...Cheers Barry

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    Lots of dilapidated rail carriages in the Meldon quarry railway yard, this was just a few feet from the viaduct.



    Well, I did manage to find a Meldon Viaduct shot from around 1959 or 1960. You can see the curve clearly. The engine is one of the Battle of Britain class - they didn't permit the heavier Merchant Navy class on the viaduct so they never went beyond Okehampton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Well, I did manage to find a Meldon Viaduct shot from around 1959 or 1960. You can see the curve clearly. The engine is one of the Battle of Britain class - they didn't permit the heavier Merchant Navy class on the viaduct so they never went beyond Okehampton.

    You managed to find it then You must be well organized Bill with your negatives
    I still have negatives from the 60's but goodness knows where they all are.
    As you say you can see the curve...I never climbed up on that side of the embankment...Did you see the video (youtube link) I sent you in a PM (Jumping off of the viaduct), I thought that might be of interest as you had also climbed around underneath in your teens...It's late here so will chat with you tomorrow Bill...Cheers Barry
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    A trio of snapshots taken while on my way into the office this morning:





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    A trio of snapshots taken while on my way into the office this morning:
    Ummm, where is the third one?
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    Ummm, where is the third one?
    2-part trilogy?

    Oh wait here it is:
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    Taken a few hours ago on one of the nearby beaches...It maybe sunny here but the water was freezing



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    Foggy sunset on Lake Huron.
    a7r, FE 24-70 @60mm.

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    Lovely soft light Bill ^^^
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    Another shot of this Clock Lighthouse in the lake (without the rowing boat)...But this time I used a B+W 110 3.0 (10 stop ND filter) on the Leica WATE to blur the water, this one was split toned in Nik SE2.


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    FJ by unoh7, A7.mod 50 Cron
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    Took a longish walk today across Dartmoor and found this old abandoned farmhouse miles from anywhere!
    I took quite a few pictures, these are just a few showing it off in its bleak surroundings
    All taken with either the 16-35mm f4 FE or 35mm f1.4 FE



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    Just another snapshot taken on my way into the office (I may be a bit obsessed with backlit foliage).


    From late 2014's The Provoke Era exhibit at the Crocker Museum, Sacramento California.
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    Just one to keep the thread going while we all drool over 7rIIs and Qs.

    A7R+Loxia 2/35

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    Nice shot and smart thinking! Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Edit...Nice one Louis, I only just saw the moon after I scrolled up and liked

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    One of the “Lost at Sea” memorials at Cardiff Bay, this one is called - The Merchant Seafarers
    That A7R2 with it’s IBIS and new sensor would have probably allowed me to shoot this handheld close to base ISO instead of hand holding the A7R at ISO 6400



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    Barry,

    Nevertheless a stunning image. I don't find the noise distracting.
    It sort of supports the somber mood of the sculpture.
    I also like the Sunstar as a symbol for hope.
    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
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    Nevertheless a stunning image. I don't find the noise distracting.
    It sort of supports the somber mood of the sculpture.
    I also like the Sunstar as a symbol for hope.
    Thanks.
    Thank you K-H for the very kind comment...I don't mind a bit of noise but I try not to go above ISO 1600 if I can help it...Cheers Barry
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    More from South Miami


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    From a local classic car museum.
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    A7.mod 50cron
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    Bacchus Urn in Lanhydrock Gardens, given the Ambrotype treatment



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    " One, Two, Three..."

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    Macro fun, this time with the Canon Life Size Adapter attached:


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    From a shoot on Thursday.
    A7II

    Tried a new light - Rovelight from Adorama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    From a shoot on Thursday.
    A7II

    Tried a new light - Rovelight from Adorama.
    Great shot! A couple of questions:

    1. Did you use one or two Rovelights?
    2. Does the included remote for the Rovelight suck as much as all the reviewers claim?
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    Thanks,

    One Rovelight. Used the Phottix 27" folding beauty dish.

    The reviews on the remote were so bad I used a Phottix Odin trigger. However one of the main reasons to use the Rovelight is high speed synch and the included remote will not do that. The Odin will and works great with the A7II and will do HSS up to 1/8000. You can put the trigger that comes with the light in your pocket and still control the light output while using the Odin to trigger it.

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    Thanks,

    One Rovelight. Used the Phottix 27" folding beauty dish.

    The reviews on the remote were so bad I used a Phottix Odin trigger. However one of the main reasons to use the Rovelight is high speed synch and the included remote will not do that. The Odin will and works great with the A7II and will do HSS up to 1/8000. You can put the trigger that comes with the light in your pocket and still control the light output while using the Odin to trigger it.

    Jim
    Can you send me a link to the Odin Trigger Set for Sony? I only find the one for the old Minolta hotshoe.
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    Carlos, your photos are looking great. I think your time alone combing the environs of South Miami sans posse, has paid off. I can't wait for you to post your photos from your summer vacation.

    My wife, 14 yr old son, and I were at the Pasion de Cielo across from the Dadeland Mall yesterday. I really wish there would be one near our house.

    I can't seem to bring my camera with me for the general shooting purposes because I have been so used to shooting action stuff. Any hints?

    Thank you. All the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Carlos, your photos are looking great. I think your time alone combing the environs of South Miami sans posse, has paid off. I can't wait for you to post your photos from your summer vacation.

    My wife, 14 yr old son, and I were at the Pasion de Cielo across from the Dadeland Mall yesterday. I really wish there would be one near our house.

    I can't seem to bring my camera with me for the general shooting purposes because I have been so used to shooting action stuff. Any hints?

    Thank you. All the best.
    The one I photographed was in Sunset Place, Mikal. As for the general purpose stuff, get something that is easier to carry. That's why I went mirrorless. My wife has gotten used to me dragging my camera bag with me all of the time now, and is a lot smaller than your full action rig. Maybe a used RX1/RX1r, which will force you to shoot more methodically.
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    Carlos,

    Although they list an option for the Sony A7 series I could not locate one either. I bought the Odin trigger and receiver for the Minolta shoe and the Sony ADP-MAA adapter. I was initially concerned about the extra piece inserted into the mix but pleasantly surprised at how well it all works together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    Carlos,

    Although they list an option for the Sony A7 series I could not locate one either. I bought the Odin trigger and receiver for the Minolta shoe and the Sony ADP-MAA adapter. I was initially concerned about the extra piece inserted into the mix but pleasantly surprised at how well it all works together.

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    I guess the Odin transmitter weighs much less than a Sony flash. Phottix announced Odin II at Photokina last year, but it has yet to surface.
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    The transmitter weighs less than it looks like it would. Much less than a flash.

    There seems to be no ETA for the Odin II. I gave up looking for it to appear and moved on.

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    Carlos, I still have 2 M6 cameras, one of which I want to sell, and one that I will keep forever. That camera forces me to shoot more methodically. I am not working at the moment so camera gear buying is a far second to finding work.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Carlos, I still have 2 M6 cameras, one of which I want to sell, and one that I will keep forever. That camera forces me to shoot more methodically. I am not working at the moment so camera gear buying is a far second to finding work.
    I hear you. Then I suggest you grab some film and use what you have.
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    As I was coming home from the grocery store...


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    Lovely sky Carlos ^^^
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Got my replacement Neewer (Godox) TT850 flash and decided to give it a spin. Was going for still life, when some not still life decided he wanted a photo shoot.


    Cap'n Niggles Wants You! by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Nice cat portrait. He/she looks like he is posing for you.
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    Nice cat portrait. He/she looks like he is posing for you.
    He does pose once he figures out what I am doing.
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    Another great set of captures on this page, all. Keep up the good work! Hopefully one of these days I'll have a bit more time to contribute a few of my own!
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    Ibis by unoh7, 50 Cron


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    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    The transmitter weighs less than it looks like it would. Much less than a flash.

    There seems to be no ETA for the Odin II. I gave up looking for it to appear and moved on.

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