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    I have to get that lens... my CG 90 just does not have the same pop ...... I was hoping

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    Thanks, the animals are almost tame since we feed them scraps on a regular basis. I love the way they will stare you down without necessarily being threatening. i think they are genuinely intrigued by humans much in the way dogs are. To answer your question, I always leave OSS on. I think I've turned it off once recently when I was doing some tripod mounted stuff.

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    Thanks LouisB, I do the same. have OSS on the lens switched to On, whether it's mounted on my A7r or A7r2.
    On the A7r I get pitch and yaw image stabilization, on the A7r2 additionally roll, X and Y stabilization.
    X and Y stabilization is most important for close ups. Therefore for macro shots I prefer the lens on the A7r2.
    Otherwise it's mostly on the A7r.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Ocate New Mexico.


    Sony A7R MII, 16-35mm [email protected] f/4, ISO200, 1/6400sec
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    Sony A7s, Sony FE 28/2, f/2, ISO102400, 1/80s
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    Thanks Vivek. Impressive!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Here are a few more shots from my recent San Fran trips. Most of these were from the first leg with the a7 and FDn 50/1.4. I think one or two are from the second leg of the trip with the a7 II with the same lens. Hope you enjoy these as well.

















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    Handheld mega-pan

    Just for fun, I did this 68-shot panorama with the A7Rii and the Tamron 150-600mm @300mm, freeform on a monopod. Although thermal distortions reduced the clarity over the long distances, it still turned out nicely.

    Minneapolis Skyline with Clouds


    Larger version here.
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    Mike, Very nice. However 60+ photos?? You patience is beyond mine.

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    Sony A7R & 28mm f/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    However 60+ photos?? You patience is beyond mine.
    When I do handheld pans, I like to make sure I've got tons of overlap. AutoPano then does an amazing job of putting it together.
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    I have to get that lens... my CG 90 just does not have the same pop ...... I was hoping
    I don't want to reduce your bank balance... but you're worth it and so is the lens :-)

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    Thanks LouisB, I do the same. have OSS on the lens switched to On, whether it's mounted on my A7r or A7r2.
    On the A7r I get pitch and yaw image stabilization, on the A7r2 additionally roll, X and Y stabilization.
    X and Y stabilization is most important for close ups. Therefore for macro shots I prefer the lens on the A7r2.
    Otherwise it's mostly on the A7r.
    This lens is driving my desire for a A7rII - more and more cropping power (plus the additional stabilisation).

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    A7S + Contax G 28/2.8


    A7S + SEL70200G
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    I don't want to reduce your bank balance... but you're worth it and so is the lens :-)



    This lens is driving my desire for a A7rII - more and more cropping power (plus the additional stabilisation).

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    Thanks LouisB. Indeed it is an extraordinary lens and delivers stunning detail on the A7r and especially on the A7r2.

    I had just attached to the A7r2 and calibrated for the right distance my Olympus Dot Sight EE-1 when I saw the rider with his horses stop at the road to let a car pass by. I simply pointing my sighting device towards the horses and rider and snapped a picture with A7r2 AF. Here it is, reduced twice by a factor of 2x each time. So, going from 7952x5304 to 3976x2652 and then to 1988x1326 pixels. A reduction in linear size by 4x or a factor of 16x in pixels.



    I then made a 100% crop of similar size of the central parts of the image.



    Still stunning detail IMHO. Well, street photography in my neck of the woods seems a tad different from your typical urban centers.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    ^^^ K-H ^^^

    Lovely capture and amazing detail. The horses really stand out from the background so focus is spot on.

    That is exactly what I am seeing when I crop with this lens on the albeit 'lower' resolution of the A7R. Quite extraordinary.

    I tend to benchmark lenses by reference to my Sigma Merrills as these are the sharpest lens/sensor cameras I own. I never thought I'd see a Bayer sensor camera and lens equal them. This lens/sensor combo does.

    I also use it for macro on my A7S. I lose the cropability but I gain very fast speeds. The detail when it all comes together with this glass is also extremely good indeed. Well done to Sony. We had to wait for it but it was worth waiting for.

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    Testing out a s/h FE 28/2 which I got from ebay. A very capable lens for a very decent price, even brand new. RAWs are very distorted but shape up nicely with the lens profile in LR. Colouration, imho, is excellent. I'm still playing with the bokeh which seems to me to be as good as 55/1.8 - or rather as over the top. All on the A7R. Is this an old Minolta-type design?

    Wide open at f2 with profile correction in LR but no other processing


    Also f2, profile correction and b&w conversion in LR


    f8, profile correction, slight adjustment of perspective


    f8, profile correction, adjustment for mood and exposure in LR


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    Sony A7RM2 with FE 90/2.8 @2.8

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    From the moorage of the old bumboat trader.



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

    City of London, shot through and from Tower Bridge at dusk



    South bank, with Shard and City Hall



    Both the above shots on a tripod at ISO100 with the A7RII and 24-70mm F/4, which lens is OK, but markedly inferior to the 16-35mm
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    South Bank and Shard at dusk

    A7RII, 24-70mm Sony Zeiss, Tripod, F/16, 1.6 secs, perspective corrected. Taken a little earlier than the above shots.

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    From Hanbury St / Brick lane intersection



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    ^^^ Really good stuff, Quentin: I bet you get to like the 24-70 a lot, I do ^^^

    More from the FE 28/2 on a Sony A7R -

    - or, as I like to think of the combination, the "poor man's Leica Q".

    "Wok Fresh Flavours"


    "Red Bicycle" (f2)


    "Laying New Cobles: Rochester Place"


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    With the 90 Macro, an awesomely good lens...

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    Another couple, same lens. It is insane how sharp this thing is - I've even had to dial back my sharpening....





    and a 100% crop...

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    Cropping has definitely aged the pepper.
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    " There Is Fish Everywhere... "





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    That is SO a tomato...

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Cropping has definitely aged the pepper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    That is SO a tomato...
    But looking like that, does that vegetable have at least a peppery bite to it?
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Is it a fruit, or a vegetable?

    In some forums, this question guarantees a flame war.
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    How dare you ask such an asinine and ill-educated question? Who TF are you and what are you doing here?

    (was that OK? I'm not very good at flame...)


    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    Is it a fruit, or a vegetable?

    In some forums, this question guarantees a flame war.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    That is SO a tomato...
    To keep it on topic..I did not think the lossy compression was this bad.
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    Yeah that post was 2 Corona's too many with my wings this afternoon at the Tavern.....
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    Cranked up a bit for a quick edit, Ar7II with the 70-200 f/4

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    Lundy Hole Bay...Tone mapped





    Barry, I really like this image, can you say which software you use for your tone mapping? TIA

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    Hi Glen, many thanks.
    I used Photomatix in this particular case on an adjustment layer (on top of the original) then dialed it down via the opacity and then flattened it off.
    Photomatix can be a bit OTT otherwise if you don't do something to dilute it ...Cheers Barry

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    Hi Glen, many thanks.
    I used Photomatix in this particular case on an adjustment layer (on top of the original) then dialed it down via the opacity and then flattened it off.
    Photomatix can be a bit OTT otherwise if you don't do something to dilute it ...Cheers Barry


    So I'm guessing this just 1 exposure? (It's not an hdr that you tone mapped?)

    I've never had good results with Photomatix (way too many adjustments) but I'll try it again and experiment with different opacities and blending it with the original, now that I see how good it can look. btw, I usually use Expose 3 (Unified Color) for tone mapping their hdr output files, the results don't look like hdr, which is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlenC View Post
    So I'm guessing this just 1 exposure? (It's not an hdr that you tone mapped?)

    I've never had good results with Photomatix (way too many adjustments) but I'll try it again and experiment with different opacities and blending it with the original, now that I see how good it can look. btw, I usually use Expose 3 (Unified Color) for tone mapping their hdr output files, the results don't look like hdr, which is good.
    Using the new Contrast Optimizer in Photomatix is a lot simpler to deal with, and produces more natural looking images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    Using the new Contrast Optimizer in Photomatix is a lot simpler to deal with, and produces more natural looking images.
    Thanks for tip I'll give it a try.

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    A7rii, 16-35mm, I used Contrast Optimizer but it's not outputting the file at the original resolution so I'm not able to blend it in PS with the original. I need more time looking for how to do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Lundy Hole Bay...Tone mapped




    A near perfect image, in my opinion.
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    So I'm guessing this just 1 exposure? (It's not an hdr that you tone mapped?)

    I've never had good results with Photomatix (way too many adjustments) but I'll try it again and experiment with different opacities and blending it with the original, now that I see how good it can look. btw, I usually use Expose 3 (Unified Color) for tone mapping their hdr output files, the results don't look like hdr, which is good.
    Hi Glen, apologies for not coming back straight away...As it was pretty late here in Blighty at the time of our little chat - I had just gone off to the “Land of Nod”

    As you say there are better more natural looking HDR programs to choose from...I figured if you could tame Photomatix and it’s OTT look, then you could apply this method to any of the other HDR program

    Using a tripod and taking multiple bracketed images will give you a more natural look obviously in a HDR program but I hate lugging around a tripod nowadays, so this is what I go with...

    To answer your question...Yes, it's the same single exposure used twice - Original and a Tone mapped version/copy of the same image in this particular instance (I sometimes blend several different versions/layers together to get a particular look that I’m after).
    You have the choice of either two methods in Photomatix Pro 4.2 - Tone Compressor and Details Enhancer...I mostly use the latter of those two for the very reason that I have more control with the sliders...Although it took me a little while to get my head around the interface as it’s not that obvious what’s exactly going on
    I start off with noise reduction on and ticking the lighting adjustments/Lighting effects box and select “Medium”, then look at the best preset that's on offer with that particular image, then tweak the sliders around that...You will eventually end up with an OTT looking processed image...but as you are going to dilute it later with the original image I wouldn’t worry about it too much.
    This is what my two images looked like before I blended them together....The Tone Mapped version will darken your highlights and open up the shadows, this is why I like playing around with it so much
    Note...I removed the fisherman later on the downsized flattened version, as I found him distracting lurking in the shadows.






    PS. Thank you Quentin

    ^^^BTW...Excellent images Dan and Glen^^^
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    Barry,

    Thank you for sharing all the details about your process. I just downloaded ver 5.1 so it is a little different from your version but I am looking forward to many hours of creative experimentation! I don't post much but I always keep an eye out for your work, many thanks.

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    Barry, the photo of the man in the boat ^^^ is just superb. Nice work...

    OK, the hummingbirds are soon to depart for Mexico and points south and luckily have gotten the hang of this new, window suction-mount tube feeder before it's time to go. It's mounted to the window over the kitchen sink so we really get close-up viewing even when photos are not the topic. This a.m. I put on my red shirt and stepped outside to wait silently a few feet away to try for a close-up. Didn't have to wait long and here is one of the best. Gotta say this is quite a bit easier that getting them when they're flying...

    A7R2, FE 70-200m, F/4.0, APSC - really love this lens...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Yeah that post was 2 Corona's too many with my wings this afternoon at the Tavern.....
    Never stop at even numbers. 3 would have been much better. Lol
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    A few backyard garden shots taken at the local cooperative extension office. A7RII with Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar.





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    This young lady was making her way off of the beach at Newquay, when unexpectedly for her a rather large surf wave came in from out of the blue




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    Brighton seafront today...

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    This young lady was making her way off of the beach at Newquay, when unexpectedly for her a rather large surf wave came in from out of the blue




    Great Timing, Barry ! But you could have warned her, right ...
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