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    Those aurora shots are amazing!
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    The last holiday snaps from Venice I promise.... mixture of 55 F1.8, Voigtlander 15mm MkIII and Fe70-200 F4













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    farmer's market, NYC; with Sony FE 2.8/90mm macro G lens




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    We Roll by unoh7, A7.mod w/ MS-Optical 50/1.1 Sonnetar
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    Roman Catholic Church of St Peter, Clerkenwell, London

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    A few shots taken around the Bully Hill vineyard above Keuka Lake. A7R-FS with and without filtration. All with the Sony FE 28/2 lens.

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    Looking south along the west arm of Keuka Lake from Esperanza Mansion patio on the bluff.

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    Taken just a few hours ago on the River Looe, as the last fishing boat of the day drops off its catch at Looe Fish Market
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    Taken just a few hours ago on the River Looe, as the last fishing boat of the day drops off its catch at Looe Fish Market
    Handheld A7R at ISO 400, 1/25 sec F/2.0

    That's an unfortunate name for river.
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    Bit of a mix today from A7s & FE24-70/4

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    A7S and Tamron 18-200 with baffle removed to cover Full Frame
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    Going silly ... ISO50





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    Bart, what's the advantage of using ISO 50, specifically on the A7RII? TIA.
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    Hog And Monster Burgers - Portsdown Hill, Hampshire - Sony A7S, Loxia 2/35

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    " Airy Weed "




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    brooklyn navy yard; 90mm macro G RII
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    "Grab shot" taken through our kitchen window (reflections can be seen to the right of the bird), hand-held. Cropped from original.


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    Big Red Wheel by unoh7, A7.mod M-Rokkor 40/2


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    That tiny little M Rokkor 40 is a sweet lens (as well as the sibling 28) for an ultra light walkabout kit.
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    A couple of August HHH day shots at the lake shore using the A7RII on the Cambo Actus with SK 47 XL. Square format crops.



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    A melancholy Sunday, improved by wandering the garden - A7RII and 90mm f/2.8 Macro G OSS (what else?)

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    Another from St Nonna's, Cornwall. Some colour balancing required because the font and pew ends were lit by window light, whereas the interior further back was lit partly by old tungsten lamps. With the 16-35mm F/4 on the A7RII

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    Porth Ledden (BLENCOMO)



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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    That tiny little M Rokkor 40 is a sweet lens (as well as the sibling 28) for an ultra light walkabout kit.
    I was thinking the same thing as I walked around with it It's like a whole other camera, even compared to something like the 28 cron on the A7. So light, so sweet


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    Here right near an overcast sundown, f/5.6 iso 500:

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    And as an added bonus, I don't have to recalculate the M9 frame lines LOL
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    A lil fooling around with Sepia with a image I took with the a7rII and 16-35mm F4 lens at Strasburg PA yesterday

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    After 18 months of using the A7R, I decided to move on to the A7RII. During the 18 months, nearly half of my travel images were captured with the A7R, the rest from my M240. Here are a couple of images from the A7RII from my evening walk to a nearby boardwalk. A7RII w/19mm Elmarit-R and FE55





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    Its our 30th Wedding Anniversary today, so pearls are in order.

    I used the A7RII and 90mm Macro G OSS to take a picture of my wife, Glynis', new earrings (she now has them back...!).

    It's not the perfect focus stacked combo because of the way focus works on manual with the A7RII, but its not bad. I left image stabilisation on, buy the way. Studio flash on a grey perspex background, stacked in Helicon Focus.

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    Quentin, was the St Nonna's shot hand held and if so at what speed?
    Lovely colors and textures,
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Inglis View Post
    Quentin, was the St Nonna's shot hand held and if so at what speed?
    Lovely colors and textures,
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    Thank you, John.

    No, it was shot on a tripod, manual everything. F/11, 2.5 secs, ISO 100, focal length was 20mm. Point of focus was the left pew end, but at 20mm and F11, most of the shot, and all of the foreground, is in focus. The colours are muted slightly intentionally, and I have made some local corrections, including bringing out detail in the beamed aisle. The font is 12c and the decorated pew ends are 15 or 16c. The pew end on the left is the signature of the person who carved them all - kind of early tagging!
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    Quentin, nice.

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    Quentin:

    curious about the focus stacking problem re Manual; Focus; i would have focused the front, shot, marked the barrel; focused the back, shot marked the barrel, then made more shots setting focus at points in between the marks. how did you do it? not sure this works when shooting macro.

    i suppose a focus rail might have been better?

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    The curious case of the wooden watch.


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    Another shot with my loaner A7Rii from last week Sunday

    The Rotterdam Post Office (they don't build facades like this any more)


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    curious about the focus stacking problem re Manual; Focus; i would have focused the front, shot, marked the barrel; focused the back, shot marked the barrel, then made more shots setting focus at points in between the marks. how did you do it? not sure this works when shooting macro.

    i suppose a focus rail might have been better?
    Exactly. That is possible with the 90mm F/2.8 Macro, which has a traditional distance marked guide on the focusing ring. The problem is more just getting used to using an electronic viewfinder that zooms in when set to manual, but thinking more about it, it should get easier with experience.

    No CA with this lens. Its should be a first class studio camera once I can work out tethering. I can use ridiculously named play memories App to remotely trigger the camera from my phone. That's a start, but its not exactly Phocus with the Hassy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Exactly. That is possible with the 90mm F/2.8 Macro, which has a traditional distance marked guide on the focusing ring. The problem is more just getting used to using an electronic viewfinder that zooms in when set to manual, but thinking more about it, it should get easier with experience.

    No CA with this lens. Its should be a first class studio camera once I can work out tethering. I can use ridiculously named play memories App to remotely trigger the camera from my phone. That's a start, but its not exactly Phocus with the Hassy.
    The focus ring, especially the movement between auto and manual focus, and markings on the FE 90/2.8 is a thing of beauty, imho...

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    Still pluggin' away with my outmoded A7R and the unloved FE 24-70...

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    With apologies in advance for posting such cheesily predictable holiday snaps... From the Croatian coast, shore shots are Dubrovnik.









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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    The focus ring, especially the movement between auto and manual focus, and markings on the FE 90/2.8 is a thing of beauty, imho...

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    Its a very well designed and thought out lens, superb optically, with proper controls and with OSS, which works exceptionally well with IBIS in the A7RII.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Its a very well designed and thought out lens, superb optically, with proper controls and with OSS, which works exceptionally well with IBIS in the A7RII.

    Thanks, I agree. That lens also works extremely well with its own OSS on my A7r.
    BTW, that's why that lens mostly stays glued to my A7r and sees less use on my A7r2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    With apologies in advance for posting such cheesily predictable holiday snaps...
    Apologies are not called for and these "holiday snaps" are anything but "cheesily predictable." I'd call 'em first rate.

    Nice work...
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    I just couldn’t resist taking this shot this afternoon after remembering Louis’s image from the other day
    The Harley had just turned up and a disembodied hand came out the back of the trailer and passed this lady a pot of cockles




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    Also taken today down at Padstow on the Doom Bar
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    Another image I had no intention of posting but this was a fun experiment with my A7RII and Zeiss 35mm 1.4 lens. Shot this of my husband's jeep this evening in Colorado as an experiment with focus stacking in Photoshop....... iso 64, f 8, 3 shots focusing on rear, middle and front areas of jeep. Coming from a large format film and medium format digital background I'm always looking for ways I can get similar results with a smaller lighter camera. This was the result of my experiment...nothing fancy or special..... just wanted a smooth large format look...all in focus, low iso and smooth tonalities. eleanor


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    Last night played around with the camera a bit, not had much of a chance to play but last night was fun. Nice big rum drink, went for a swim then took some photos.

    A7Rii with 16-35 f/10 at 30 seconds ISO 640

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    A lil fooling around with Sepia with a image I took with the a7rII and 16-35mm F4 lens at Strasburg PA yesterday

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    Trail in soft light, with graffiti

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    A7R handheld 1/5sec, F/5.6 at ISO 400 with no OSS on the 55mm FE Tone mapped to help open up the shadows and control the highlights.
    Please click on Enlargement...Cheers Barry



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