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    No respect from Mrs Leopard

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    Here some early morning light from a slightly overcast day. A very chilly morning it was...

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    Here some early morning light from a slightly overcast day. A very chilly morning it was...
    It just struck me that this image illustrates one of the reasons for the dramatic visual impact of Arctic landscapes very well: the clear, very dry air, resulting in incredibly good visibility. The mountains in the distance are over 20 nautical miles from where I stood to capture this image, yet they appeared within my grasp. In many situations, the spectacular visibility combined with the low solar elevation at these latitudes resulted in an almost dream-like experience, one of unusual clarity and presence. A magical place!
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    It just struck me that this image illustrates one of the reasons for the dramatic visual impact of Arctic landscapes very well: the clear, very dry air, resulting in incredibly good visibility. The mountains in the distance are over 20 nautical miles from where I stood to capture this image, yet they appeared within my grasp. In many situations, the spectacular visibility combined with the low solar elevation at these latitudes resulted in an almost dream-like experience, one of unusual clarity and presence. A magical place!
    Thanks Ron. Terrific images.
    You should visit New Mexico, typically very dry air, great long distance visibility.
    On a clear day I can easily see mountain ranges about 100 km away. :-)
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    Las Trampas New Mexico.


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    Thanks Ron. Terrific images.
    You should visit New Mexico, typically very dry air, great long distance visibility.
    On a clear day I can easily see mountain ranges about 100 km away. :-)
    Many thanks, Karl-Heinz. Sounds spectacular! Greenland is very similar with this respect - the farthest I can remember seeing clearly is 60 nautical miles. At those distances, you need something large enough to make out, of which there is plenty along the coast of East Greenland: mountains 2,000m tall rising out of fjords up to 1,500m deep.
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    Thanks Ron. Any images of that? TIA.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Thanks Ron. Any images of that? TIA.
    Here an iPhone snap. The distance to the point where the mountains on the far shore intersect with the headland on the right is about 110km. Not a particularly clear day, either.

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    Thanks Ron. Great shot!
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    I spelled it wrong...diglloyd runs a well known blog I have subscribed to for years that has excellent exacting reviews on cameras and lenses. Lloyd Chambers. However when I read his awful review on the A7r2 for field use I completely disagreed with everything he said. I like Nikon too (actually have the D810) but have put that aside and have been only using the A7r2 I like it so much. Eleanor

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    Thank you. I love your images!
    Well said Eleanor. The A7r2 is such an enjoyable tool to use, I couldn't agree more with your assessment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    I spelled it wrong...diglloyd runs a well known blog I have subscribed to for years that has excellent exacting reviews on cameras and lenses. Lloyd Chambers. However when I read his awful review on the A7r2 for field use I completely disagreed with everything he said. I like Nikon too (actually have the D810) but have put that aside and have been only using the A7r2 I like it so much. Eleanor

    Many thanks Eleanor. It seems to me Mr. Chambers likes to shoot from the hip without engaging in due diligence first.

    I shoot my D800E next to my A7r/2 and I clearly prefer the latter two cameras. Once Sony comes out with an FE lens of 80-400 or 200-500 mm focal length with great AF I will use my Nikon even less.
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    Here a monochrome image of an enormous iceberg. For scale: the arch was easily 50m in diameter, the mountains in the background are nearly 2,000m tall.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Here a monochrome image of an enormous iceberg. For scale: the arch was easily 50m in diameter, the mountains in the background are nearly 2,000m tall.



    Edit: new version with altered processing

    Thanks Ron. WOW! That's quite a sight! Stunning image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    I spelled it wrong...diglloyd runs a well known blog I have subscribed to for years that has excellent exacting reviews on cameras and lenses. Lloyd Chambers. However when I read his awful review on the A7r2 for field use I completely disagreed with everything he said. I like Nikon too (actually have the D810) but have put that aside and have been only using the A7r2 I like it so much. Eleanor
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    I spelled it wrong...diglloyd runs a well known blog I have subscribed to for years that has excellent exacting reviews on cameras and lenses. Lloyd Chambers. However when I read his awful review on the A7r2 for field use I completely disagreed with everything he said. I like Nikon too (actually have the D810) but have put that aside and have been only using the A7r2 I like it so much. Eleanor
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    And here an image of our trusty conveyance:

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    Getting ready to fly. Sony A7RII + FE35/2.8.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Here a monochrome image of an enormous iceberg. For scale: the arch was easily 50m in diameter, the mountains in the background are nearly 2,000m tall.



    Edit: new version with altered processing and cropping
    Oooo baby! Talk about a great choice for B&W! What a beauty.
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    I know I know....getting redundant with more of these artsy type shallow depth of field photos shot this afternoon...but I post really to show that my A7RII and Batis 85 had an official "field test" today. On my walk with my dog and camera by our river we had a sudden rain and frozen rain (ice) storm and my camera and lens got soaked. On my brisk walk along the river back to our house, I of course ;-) kept shooting along the way. Camera and lens seemed to weather the soaking well! I have no complaints! eleanor





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    I'm not a fan of shallow DOF usually, but I like this first one :

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    Keep up the nice work folks. Heading to San Francisco, maybe get some nice shots. 4 lens 15,25,35 and 85 all in a TT Urban approach . Love this little bag

    Perfect bag for Sonys A7 series cameras if you want a smalł kit. I stack the 15 and 25 in one slot than either the 85 or 35 on but enough room to stack either over the 15 if you have the 25 on. Btw a 35 1.4 FE lens big mama

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    Keep up the nice work folks. Heading to San Francisco, maybe get some nice shots. 4 lens 15,25,35 and 85 all in a TT Urban approach . Love this little bag

    Perfect bag for Sonys A7 series cameras if you want a smalł kit. I stack the 15 and 25 in one slot than either the 85 or 35 on but enough room to stack either over the 15 if you have the 25 on. Btw a 35 1.4 FE lens big mama

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    Thanks Guy. You should give using Picture Profile PP7 a try. It also works perfectly well for still images and developing the raw file with C1! :-)

    Here is an example. A7r, A7r2 - and why I'm keeping both ...
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    And here an image of our trusty conveyance:

    Ron, some fantastic images here my friend, always love those iceberg pictures of yours - They just keep on getting better each year
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    Eleanor, love the OoF renderings from your 85mm Batis combined with your latest subject matter that you are shooting, beautifully processed as always

    Graham, particularly liked the Leopard shot...you must have been pretty close up even with your 70-200mm lens.

    Lucille, great car shots combined with that beautiful evening light....That combination works just great!...Please keep them coming

    Michiel, Inspiration; think of Monet....It had me thinking of donuts ... Hope you are enjoying your new Pentax 645Z, please let me know how you think your A7R compares in terms of IQ and handling.

    Guy,very much enjoyed your night time wind turbine image + I'm in the market for yet another (larger) bag, so will look into the ONA Union Street, thanks for the recommendation.

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    A friend's wedding in Aug. Voigtlander 50mm/1.5 Nokton.

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    Ron, incredible iPhone shot. I thought, what did he have a Leica with him as well? LOL. At forum rez it is really stunning.

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    with the 90 macro, fun series, super beautiful and happy subjects: indian festival of lights in NYC:














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    Keep up the nice work folks. Heading to San Francisco, maybe get some nice shots. 4 lens 15,25,35 and 85 all in a TT Urban approach . Love this little bag

    Perfect bag for Sonys A7 series cameras if you want a smalł kit. I stack the 15 and 25 in one slot than either the 85 or 35 on but enough room to stack either over the 15 if you have the 25 on. Btw a 35 1.4 FE lens big mama

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    A Coleus that did well outside on the deck all summer, but soon will have to come back inside before frost nips it. Just a test shot with Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar on A7RII with TechArt III AF adapter to develop work flow for adding exif info for legacy lenses. The recent Adobe LR and ElCap OS updates killed Lens Tagger plugin and Exif Editor will no longer work from inside LR, so now I have to run raw files through Exif Editor prior to import into LR for processing. Exif is available in this file (click to get to original).

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    Taken a few hours ago up on Bodmin Moor (Carbilly Tor) lies an old quarry mining works...Taken with either the 35mm Sony Distagon on the 90mm FE Macro



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    Just Lion around ...

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    Montgivray, France.



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    I'm pretty new to my A7S which a bought to primarily use for low light and indoor photos. For other pics I've been using my Sigma DP2M and DP3M and now a DP0Q which are great. The Sigmas are a pain to use but produce sensational images (in the right conditions). My Sony A7S is good but so, far, I just don't see that pop I get with the Merrills. However, some of the photos on this thread with the A7R II and Zeiss lenses are very, very close to top notch Merrill images, so, in "Sony World" things are getting better - well, the photographers are also top notch . So, for a bit of fun and to "learn to love" my Sony I've been playing around with a cheap Russian Jupiter 9 (85mm) lens. It's not everyone's cup of tea but I'm enjoying the mad images made by this lens. So much so, I've just splashed out another 30 (delivered) on a Jupiter 37A 135mm prime that looks in mint condition - we shall see!

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    working with my A7rII and the Fotodiox adapter with a Sigma 50 ART.

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    Close to home. The cloud formation was short lived.


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    Caution! I'm not sure, but I think this is a mix of poison ivy and harmless woodbine. A7RII+FE 90mm f/2.8. The plant experts can click image to get access to a full size original for positive ID.

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    I like the pic and have an interest in old crocks. What make are the cars?
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    I like the pic and have an interest in old crocks. What make are the cars?


    the one on the left is a early 50's Oldsmobile. Not sure about the others.
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    the one on the left is a early 50's Oldsmobile. Not sure about the others.
    Thanks Lucille. Great shot. I love caputuring old bangers; not every old car can be a priceless Ferarri or Alfa. I think it is most important to record 'common' mass produced products, not just cars. It's amazing how fast stuff vanishes from our lives.
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    Tide is in. I used to sail at Mount's Bay Sailing Club and this is a very lovely photo. Thanks.
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    Tide is in. I used to sail at Mount's Bay Sailing Club and this is a very lovely photo. Thanks.
    Thank you Steve, It's a lovely bay to sail around

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