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    Some from Seattle last month. Just hadn't found much time to do any PP lately.

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    Nice pictures everyone ! Will try to contribute some pics in the next days too.
    I was on vacation to Hawai and Los Angeles and have to sort my pictures first :-)

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    Another normandy landscape.

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    Love the subtle colors!
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    The Sony FE 70-200mm resolves remarkable at around 80mm at F8 (handheld)
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    ^^^^

    Love the composition of this picture, Barry. I think it shows that a) we all live in a beautiful world and b) how small we are in the grand scheme of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    ^^^^

    Love the composition of this picture, Barry. I think it shows that a) we all live in a beautiful world and b) how small we are in the grand scheme of things.
    Thanks Doug, I'm always humbled when I see the ocean and it's immensity, we are rather small aren't we
    Like you I never tire of photographing it

    I have to ask, are you considering getting the A7R2 and coming back over here my friend ?

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    Thanks Doug, I'm always humbled when I see the ocean and it's immensity, we are rather small aren't we
    Like you I never tire of photographing it

    I have to ask, are you considering getting the A7R2 and coming back over here my friend ?

    Cheers Barry
    We're lucky to live near the sea, my friend. And her mood changes daily, which is fun for those of us who like to take her picture.

    A7RII: I have to admit that I'm thinking about it, but so far I've resisted pressing the 'buy now' button. On paper, it looks like a really great camera. What are your plans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    We're lucky to live near the sea, my friend. And her mood changes daily, which is fun for those of us who like to take her picture.

    A7RII: I have to admit that I'm thinking about it, but so far I've resisted pressing the 'buy now' button. On paper, it looks like a really great camera. What are your plans?

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    Well it looks to be an excellent camera for sure Doug but I will probably wait a bit longer and see what others think of it first...I still think that an A9 is going to come along later this year and I will only end up kicking myself for not showing a little restraint now
    The same goes for the Batis lenses as good as they sound...I'm still curious to see what the other upcoming Sony lenses are before jumping in to fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    ^^^^

    Love the composition of this picture, Barry. I think it shows that a) we all live in a beautiful world and b) how small we are in the grand scheme of things.
    Well said. It's a wonderfully executed and processed capture, Barry.

    As for the lens used, it really does shine between about 75-150mm. But it never seemed quite up to scratch on the long end, so I ended up returning my copy. At times like this I'm tempted to buy it again!
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    Well said. It's a wonderfully executed and processed capture, Barry.

    As for the lens used, it really does shine between about 75-150mm. But it never seemed quite up to scratch on the long end, so I ended up returning my copy. At times like this I'm tempted to buy it again!
    Thanks Tom, your take on the usable FL range on this lens with decent IQ is pretty much the same as mine, it's dissapointing at the long end but it does shine well stopped down for landscape photography between 75-150mm which is what I mostly do.

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    Sure I would love the 85mm Otus/Batis and the fast Zeiss APO/Sony 135mm lenses (within the range of the 70-200mm) but that would all mean carrying around a lot of extra weight when going on a longish hike across the moors or along the cliff tops if I only end up using them stopped down. The versatility of the 70-200mm is well worth it to me for precise framing as I can't always use my feet for zooming in and out with primes without perhaps falling over the edge of a cliff (Which I have nearly done on a number of occasions in the last year!).
    I foresee myself using the Sony FE 16-35mm, 35mm F1.4, 55mm F1.8 and the 70-200mm for landscape/travel photography for a decent while yet or at least until I KNOW or have at least some idea of what Sony and Zeiss are planning to release in the nearish future (These 4 lenses allow me the luxury of sitting on the fence and waiting it out to see rather than jumping in head first, while the reviews come in and prices tumble from the initial excitement)...Personally I'm fed up being spoon fed with just the very latest offerings when I'm guessing Sony and Zeiss have perhaps something better up their sleeves which is what I could do with now As much as I love the 55mm F1.8 I would dearly like to see a very slightly faster f1.4 version with the same Sonnar rendering (not to heavy though) with the same or better IQ sharing the same 72mm filter thread as the 16-35mm/35mm f1.4/70-200mm lenses that would simplify things for me a lot...The icing on the cake would be the external apperture ring as the 35mm f1.4 has if you are listening Sony TIA
    Then the 35mm F1.4 and a new possible 50/55mm f1.4 would form the centre core of making up a street shooting outfit for me. I would then possibly add the faster lenses slightly wider and longer to that once I can see what I can choose from...Cheers Barry
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    SEED by Peter Randall-Page (Platinum Toned)
    Seed is one of the biggest sculptures in history made from a single piece of rock, Seed started life as a 167-tonne granite boulder extracted from De Lank Quarry, on the edge of Cornwall's Bodmin Moor, where Peter and his team spent more than two years painstakingly sculpting the rock.



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    Check your ISO settings, the shot looks grainy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Check your ISO settings, the shot looks grainy.
    Hi Carlos, I think I may just be able to help you with this upgrade
    I don't promise that these will remove the grain out of granite
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    SEED by Peter Randall-Page (Platinum Toned)
    Seed is one of the biggest sculptures in history made from a single piece of rock, Seed started life as a 167-tonne granite boulder extracted from De Lank Quarry, on the edge of Cornwall's Bodmin Moor, where Peter and his team spent more than two years painstakingly sculpting the rock.
    Your pictures are delicately beautiful. I love the tones and the light. I do also appreciate that you always take great care to add caption or explanations to your pictures. Like the location or special characteristics like here. May be it is my documentary side, but I like to know where a picture has been taken and/or a bit of background ( context, history etc.)

    As a side note, I would really like to know the color of this granite ! Was it near white ? Light grey ? With a little rosa or green grains ? The impression is that it should be near white..

    Btw : I wasn't aware that there was granite in the UK. I thought it was a recent rock formation, mostly found in the mountains..
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    There is so much discussion about a rock. I was curious about the "one of the largest sculpture in history" remark, Barry. Looks very tiny to me compared to some I have seen.

    The tonality work is amazing but it comes from Barry Haines. So, no surprises there. You set the standards and only you better it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Your pictures are delicately beautiful. I love the tones and the light. I do also appreciate that you always take great care to add caption or explanations to your pictures. Like the location or special characteristics like here. May be it is my documentary side, but I like to know where a picture has been taken and/or a bit of background ( context, history etc.)

    As a side note, I would really like to know the color of this granite ! Was it near white ? Light grey ? With a little rosa or green grains ? The impression is that it should be near white..

    Btw : I wasn't aware that there was granite in the UK. I thought it was a recent rock formation, mostly found in the mountains..
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    There is so much discussion about a rock. I was curious about the "one of the largest sculpture in history" remark, Barry. Looks very tiny to me compared to some I have seen.

    The tonality work is amazing but it comes from Barry Haines. So, no surprises there. You set the standards and only you better it.
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    First of all thank you both Annna and Vivek for the very kind words, you are both too kind I shall reply in one post on this occasion.
    I was deliberately holding back just for now where this sculpture was being shown, for the reason that I have a lot more images to show from that area, trying to add a little suspense I suppose...All would have been revealed later
    My comment was cribbed from the link below...
    http://www.edenproject.com/visit/wha...seed-sculpture
    The sculpture does not look that large I agree, nonetheless the "Seed" was lowered into the centre of the Eden Project Core in 2007 using the largest crane in Europe!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tU0boVX6b4k
    The natural colour of the granite is near white (without any slight coloured tints I would say other than a little natural grey in the mix), unfortunately it has a patina at the base of thousands or possibly millions of dirty hands touching it (It's very tactile)...That is why I converted it into BW with some platinum toning going on to disguise the multicolours and hopefully make it look just a little bit more attractive.
    Cornwall is known for it's granite, it's honestly just about everywhere you look as Jono or any other Cornishman/woman would attest.

    Some more links for those interested...
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    Had the 28 cron out for a spin on the A7.mod, so I could get some stuff with which to measure the new Q (not these).


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    Shot last week. A7R & Zeiss 16-35 lens at 16mm, 1/160 sec, f11, ISO 200 Processed in DXO
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    Looks like the set from "The Hunger Games" where the games took place, only smaller (in the book, the dome of the games covered several square miles).

    Any way, I tried out my home-brew single-row pano rig at Tropical Park today (finally had some nice weather instead of our usual afternoon monsoon):


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    One of my favorite random Sony shots lately

    A7s & FE35

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    I had a strange experience today. I was being questioned by 3 men in a foreign language about which A7 camera I had and the 70-200G FE lens I was using. People afterwards were asking me them because of them.
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    Under the heavenly light, Sahara desert, Morocco. A7r w/35-70 VE. I was in Morocco last month and I managed to capture this camel with the rays of lights streaking through the clouds. One of my most interesting captures in the desert.


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    A few two shot panos taken with the Leica R Vario-Elmar f/4 35-70 on the Actus with A7R. Movements consisted of rise/fall/shift on the rear standard for composition and creating shots for stitching. Limited image circle results in some corner vignetting that has been mostly cropped out.





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    Haven't picked up a camera in a while, but my brother-in-law got his hands on a Leica Q... so we went out to compare. Lovely kit, but the A7II allows for different focal lengths ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Haven't picked up a camera in a while, but my brother-in-law got his hands on a Leica Q... so we went out to compare. Lovely kit, but the A7II allows for different focal lengths ...



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    Those lens swaps are sort of a big deal to me but outside that the Q looks like a great potential baseline body to be about to mount lenses onto in the future.
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