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    When an extended period of high winds comes off the ocean here, it puts ripples in the sand. I spent the afternoon shooting in B&W with an A7RII and 55mm f1.8 Zeiss lens. Thanks for looking
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    Taken this evening (Handheld WO)




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    Love the wow!

    Drove by this barn a thousand times but now I stopped for once.

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    Love the wow!
    Thank you Michiel, likewise lovely light on that barn

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    some cows got it....

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    Gargilesse, an artistic village in the "Berry", France. A place were George Sand bought a tiny little house to concentrate on her writing.

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    Sony A7R, Canon 45mm TS-E

    Nice subtle colouration mid-day on the Oregon Coast near Lincoln City. 1 degree of forward tilt brought everything from the sand to the horizon in perfect focus at this focal length. Everything worked out better than expected. Thank the lens gods that my good old 45mm TS-E is one of the good ones off the production line too. Other than some easily corrected CA and fringing at full-shift, it's pretty easy to love it until I can put a tech-horse in my stable.

    Still looking forward to an update that allows rotation of the T/S and R/F/S mechanisms... not holding my breath though
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    Today's: Color's in the Mid-Atlantic


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Observations seen in Falmouth today
    Well observed!
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    Well done Barry!
    I do recognize a theme here. In the end one really needs that big apparatus to move around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Well done Barry!
    I do recognize a theme here. In the end one really needs that big apparatus to move around.
    You got the general gist Michiel!
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    Barry, There is some new awesomeness (apart from the contents) in your a7rii 90/2.8 combo shots.
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    It's the bokeh!
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    PS. Thank you Vivek...The A7R2 images are much cleaner at base ISO than the older A7R (unless I fiddle about with them to much!)...Cheers Barry
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    Walked Main Street Breckenridge Colorado for a while today. Here is one of the shops. I was taken with all the fall color in their yard. A7RII and Batis 25mm lens. Lots of detail here...really can't see in jpg. Eleanor

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    Another from Main Street Breck today. A7RII Batis 25. The color on Main Street today was brilliant....it had been raining a little so colors were more saturated. eleanor

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    Sony A7R, Canon 17mm TS-E

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    Just received a "new" Canon FD 300m f/4 L lens and of course it was pouring rain. A few test shots below using the lens on a Sony A7RII. If the weather improves I'll have to get out for a field trial. I think that this lens will be fine for backyard birding, etc.





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    One more from Main Street Breck shot yesterday. This one with reflections incorporate different dimensions of the scene. A7RII and Batis 25mm. Really enjoying the portability of this camera. Eleanor

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    One more from Main Street Breck shot yesterday. This one with reflections incorporate different dimensions of the scene. A7RII and Batis 25mm. Really enjoying the portability of this camera. Eleanor




    Carl and Eleanor, your new lenses are looking great on the A7R2





    P.S. Eleanor, please don't take this as a criticism in any way as I'm only trying to be helpful ...but you could try leaving out the [IMG] & [/IMG] either side of your image link...Nice image BTW...Cheers Barry
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    Driftwood Beasts.












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    Bandshell at Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. A7rII, FE 16-35. Tone mapped.

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    The lawn care crew stopped by this evening to do a little trimming. There were 3 does, 5 fawns, and 1 juvenile buck. One of the does needs to put on some fat or she may not make it through the winter. A7RII + Canon FD 300mm f/4 L.



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    CUT MICROBE by Rogan Brown (Handcut paper).
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    Some colourful Dahlias taken this afternoon with the Sony A7R2 + 90mm Macro FE at F2.8




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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    CUT MICROBE by Rogan Brown (Handcut paper).
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    Some colourful Dahlias taken this afternoon with the Sony A7R2 + 90mm Macro FE at F2.8




    Another great one Barry!
    Are you still thinking of returning the A7r2 or FE 90/2.8?
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Another great one Barry!
    Are you still thinking of returning the A7r2 or FE 90/2.8?
    Many thanks K-H, Yes....The IQ is just not there
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    Many thanks K-H, Yes....The IQ is just not there
    I like your dry sense of humor!
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    Albuquerque New Mexico.


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    It looks like these horse statues are made from driftwood but on close inspection I can now see they are made from bronze...A7R2 + 90mm FE




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    Barry, lovely work with the 90 FE lately! I have too many macro options as it is, but you and others are sort of making me want another. If one gets past the weight, the versatility of that lens is impressive.
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    Couple more from Main Street Breckenridge, CO recent series. A7RII and Batis 25. Eleanor



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    Thanks Barry!! I was wondering how to do that. just posted two more images before I saw your post!! Thanks again, eleanor
    PS...just went and did an edit and eliminated the IMG stuff.


    P.S. Eleanor, please don't take this as a criticism in any way as I'm only trying to be helpful ...but you could try leaving out the [IMG] & [/IMG] either side of your image link...Nice image BTW...Cheers Barry[/QUOTE]
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    Mora New Mexico.

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    Even though its a sterile lens i still like to use the 55/1.8



    Barry, you are making me want the 90 macro but at least its stopped you posting with the 35/1.4 that you make me want as well. With another little one on the way I can't justify buying a new lens to my wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slingers View Post
    Even though its a sterile lens i still like to use the 55/1.8



    Barry, you are making me want the 90 macro but at least its stopped you posting with the 35/1.4 that you make me want as well. With another little one on the way I can't justify buying a new lens to my wife.
    Thank you Craig...The 55mm is a fantastic lens it falls between the 35mm and 90mm...It allows you to crop to make an excellent telephoto + As Mr Gibson has shown us earlier an excellent stitched image making an equivalent of the 27mm focal length at F0.9!...It's a great all rounder for recording your family and the oncoming arrival of your new baby
    I love the way you record your children growing up and share them with us all ...Many thanks
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    From a gig I just shot of Wind Turbines in Iowa. Just got home last night and i knew this one was special when I shot it.

    About 5 am before sunrise

    ISO 250 30 second exposure at f4 with my 35mm 1.4 ZE lens. Folks i could not shoot this with anything but a EVF. I could see nothing in the finder. Its that dark . Turn effects off get full gain on the EVF and piece of cake to zoom, focus and shoot. I also set the timer for 10 seconds so with one Nissin flash i would walk up and pop 1 or 2 times. Here it was twice as i was trying to show the fan blades, the client makes the blades so I had to get them in the shot. I would love to go back with 3 big portables and shoot all three turbines at once. But i do like this. high ISO NR off. Oh yea it was cold as hell too. I just need to fix the perspective a touch more and straighten the back turbines. BTW these things are huge

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    classic mancuso; reminds me somehow of those old cockpit shots that were so amazing

    those things are huge; the generator is bigger than a 50' semi tractor trailer and the propellers are what, 75' long?
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    Continuing with the “Observations” series...

    High-flyers don’t necessarily have more fun than Low-flyers






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