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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Steve, It's a lovely bay to sail around
    Hello Barry, it is indeed. But we raced dinghies and were only interested in wind shifts! During the season we were dodging basking sharks twice the size of our boats. The dolphins sped past us. But on the way back to shore, the mackerel fishing was great. I no longer live in that part of Cornwall and do miss the bits of beauty. But I'm acutely aware there are many Cornish areas less fortunate.

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    Autumn in the vineyards

    A7r, FE 55mm F1.8

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    Not sure whether I prefer the horizontal or the vertical version .. May be the vertical..


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    Not sure whether I prefer the horizontal or the vertical version .. May be the vertical..
    The vertical is my favourite - the tree in the centre is very nicely framed on all sides. Lovely images - many thanks for sharing! Looks familiar, too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Not sure whether I prefer the horizontal or the vertical version .. May be the vertical..


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    Gorgeous! Thanks Annna.
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    Friends by unoh7, 500/4 x1.4= 700/5.6


    Geometry by unoh7, 500/4 x1.4= 700/5.6


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    A7S, 55mm Zeiss f/1.8, ISO400, 1/320sec.
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    Ron, some fantastic images here my friend, always love those iceberg pictures of yours - They just keep on getting better each year
    It seems strange (to me) to see Ezra so far away off the coast of Norway as I'm used to seeing her down at Penryn!
    Reconfirming our meet up at Gloucester Docks when you fly back to the UK in November as our PM's.
    Just let us know the dates as soon as you can please, then I can book a couple of nights stay up there
    Barry, many thanks for the kind words! The image was actually taken in Rypefjord in East Greenland, not the one in Norway. There seems to be quite a bit of name recycling going on in higher latitudes, even within Greenland itself. Rypefjord means the fjord of ptarmigans, so I guess that's fair enough . Looking forward to catching up with you in Gloucester! No news yet regarding timing, but will keep you posted...
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    Here an image that is of a more documentary nature. The blue band in this iceberg is a meltwater intrusion. These come about when a berg cracks under tension, but doesn't break apart. In the summer, the surface of an iceberg is continually melting while the core remains well below freezing. As a result, meltwater trickles into any crack that forms and subsequently freezes. The freezing meltwater expands, widens the crack, more meltwater enters and the process repeats itself (a process known as hydrofracture), often resulting in intrusions of considerable width. When an intrusion spans the full depth of a berg, it guides light from one side across to the other, resulting in a spectacular appearance resembling blue glass. This intrusion was probably the widest I had ever seen, roughly 1m in width.

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    More auroras with the A7R2 and Samy/Rok 24 f/1.4. These were made Tuesday night/Wednesday morning just as both the clouds and latest aurora storm were moving in. I was lucky to get out that night. We missed the rest of the aurora show :-(

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    _dsc3064 web by Joe, on Flickr

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    _dsc2945 web by Joe, on Flickr

    _dsc2987 web by Joe, on Flickr

    _DSC3232 web by Joe, on Flickr

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    A7r with the 35/2.8 hanging off the bottom of a flying cusinart (drone) at about 40m over a river in central Minnesota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akclimber View Post
    More auroras with the A7R2 and Samy/Rok 24 f/1.4. These were made Tuesday night/Wednesday morning just as both the clouds and latest aurora storm were moving in. I was lucky to get out that night. We missed the rest of the aurora show :-(

    Cheers!
    Joe, these images are absolutely fantastic! I particularly like the ones without any terrestrial reference. They are wonderfully abstract and ethereal. Fabulous work! Want to see more!!
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    Thanks Ron, love the sapphire blue ice in that image...absolutely beautiful!
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    Really excellent images Joe, what a spectacular lightshow you had yourself!

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    Thanks Ron, love the sapphire blue ice in that image...absolutely beautiful!
    Many thanks!

    Taken this afternoon in Moushole’s quaint old fishing harbour
    A lovely image and great treatment! Could easily be a postcard from years past. And Mous'le's such a lovely place...
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    Last Flash by unoh7, Nikkor 300/2.8 AIS EDIF


    Sweet Spot by unoh7, Same lens
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    Barry, I have never been to the British Isles and honestly never really had a interest to except when I used to play golf and wanted to play St Andrews. Your images certainly have changed the way I perceived what it would be like over there and have stirred much more interest in me about maybe visiting your islands.

    Micheal has done the same thing for me and his area of Europe which was also a continent I had no interest before in visiting. My target areas for vacations and travel for the past 60+ years has nearly always been the Carribean.

    These image threads like this one showcase equipment but for me also give me a glimpse into other regions on the world. I already had Iceland on my bucket list and Ron's recent images just brought this area higher up on my priorities.

    Thanks to all for not only showcasing results from gear but also sharing your view of your surroundings....there are some really gorgeous lands and seas surrounding this planet I need to see in my viewfinders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    These image threads like this one showcase equipment but for me also give me a glimpse into other regions on the world. I already had Iceland on my bucket list and Ron's recent images just brought this area higher up on my priorities.

    Thanks to all for not only showcasing results from gear but also sharing your view of your surroundings....there are some really gorgeous lands and seas surrounding this planet I need to see in my viewfinders.
    Jim, I couldn't agree more - it's fantastic to be able to see different parts of the world through the eyes and viewfinders of people with similar interests. My fascination with higher latitudes is fairly recent, and I can't recommend visiting these climes warmly enough. The low solar elevation combined with un-touched nature make for endless photographic opportunities. Iceland has seen a tremendous boom in tourism over the past few years, but it still is quite easy to escape the masses. Renting a 4x4 and travelling off the beaten track is probably your best bet...
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    +1 for Cornwall, small hill towns in Italy and France, getting lost in the countryside
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Barry, I have never been to the British Isles and honestly never really had a interest to except when I used to play golf and wanted to play St Andrews. Your images certainly have changed the way I perceived what it would be like over there and have stirred much more interest in me about maybe visiting your islands.

    Micheal has done the same thing for me and his area of Europe which was also a continent I had no interest before in visiting. My target areas for vacations and travel for the past 60+ years has nearly always been the Carribean.

    These image threads like this one showcase equipment but for me also give me a glimpse into other regions on the world. I already had Iceland on my bucket list and Ron's recent images just brought this area higher up on my priorities.

    Thanks to all for not only showcasing results from gear but also sharing your view of your surroundings....there are some really gorgeous lands and seas surrounding this planet I need to see in my viewfinders.
    Hi Jim, many thanks...Well I'm English (London born) so whatever I say now will be slightly biased
    I love the UK and especially Cornwall as you know, as this is where me and my good wife Alison have decided upon for retirement. We would otherwise probably had gone to the Dordogne (France) which is also another beautiful area although somewhat more relaxed than here, if we had not chosen to look after my elderly parents both now with dementia...We don't want them in a care home and that's not what they want either!...Moving on, lot's of great places to visit obviously around Cornwall (and nearby Devon) should you decide to come out this way or just travel around the British Isles. I try to cherry pick the best places to photograph here in Cornwall or my neighbouring county Devon, I am very well aware that I am giving out a rose tinted look of the area! ...as like anywhere it's not perfect either!...Wind Turbines seem to be appearing daily on the hillsides, solar panels in every available field and as Steve (furtle) said earlier "I'm acutely aware there are many Cornish areas less fortunate".
    Without stating the obvious, like any place you visit you need to do your research of the area to get the best out of your visit...This would certainly be true of Cornwall as it not only offers a beautiful coast, it has moody moors, old forests and an even more ancient history as old as some of the Egyptian pyramids themselves (Just not quite as grand though )
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    The ZM 35/2 is pretty decent on A7.mod


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    " Autumn Red V "




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    Not everything is frozen and icy in Greenland:



    For those of you interested in more images of Greenland, I've posted a series captured with the RX100M3 --> here <-- and will post more in the coming days and weeks.
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    ...and this is the land of Muskoxen. Sorry for the poor image, but that's the best I could do from such a distance before they ran for it.

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    Socorrofest 2015 (A7S + Cron 50 APO)



























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    The little 50mm Loxia is really impressing me lately. It is very sharp and I love the way it pops.

    Stone wall of water tower @ ƒ5.0

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    Minneapolis on the horizon @ ƒ9

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    Single File by unoh7, AIS 300/2.8 EDIF with kenko 1.4x TC
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    Socorrofest 2015 (A7S + Cron 50 APO)




























    WOW! Many thanks hiepphotog. You seemed to have captured the spirit of the people and proceedings. Very nice and colorful. I like in particular the image with the photographer on the ground, seemingly being blissfully ignored. Way to go! Thanks again!

    Pretty soon you have the Crane Festival down there.
    So far I haven't seen migrating cranes overhead this month.
    But they should show up pretty soon.
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    Batis 25mm @ ƒ8

    Easily my all-time favorite lens.



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    A7rII

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    I usually post on the BW threads, but I had to do this one in color because of the vibrant red poison oak on the lower left.

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    " The Grid "





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    Beautiful Autumn light this morning. Hope it keeps up for the rest of the week...



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    The geology of Greenland is as fascinating as the all-pervading ice: stark, naked and ready to be read like an open book. Here a pano and a crop thereof.



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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    " The Grid "
    A great image, Werner! Apart from the fabulous composition, I really like the juxtaposition of nature and a man-made, seemingly impervious structure.

    A few questions about the SW Heliar III, if I may: are any corrections for vignetting needed when using it with the A7RM2? And how about definition in the corners? Version II of the lens disappointed quite seriously in both disciplines when used with the A7R. However, I've used it quite successfully with the A7M2, but vignetting is quite strong. Have you perchance used version III on an A7M2?

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    Here a good representation of the trinity that is omnipresent along the coast of Greenland: sea, ice and rock...

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    A while later, I had the opportunity to capture an image of the other side of the same icebergs, complete with spectacular backdrop:

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    BTW, the Leica AE 180 is a remarkable lens, and it comes into its own with IBIS on the A7M2. Here a few crops from the above image:

    Edit: I should probably add that I believe in texture in b&w images that contain a lot of detail. I used to shoot T-MAX 3200 in broad daylight, using an ND filter - just to get the grain . No noise reduction was used in this image, and processing is quite heavy (it was a hazy day).



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    A great image, Werner! Apart from the fabulous composition, I really like the juxtaposition of nature and a man-made, seemingly impervious structure.

    A few questions about the SW Heliar III, if I may: are any corrections for vignetting needed when using it with the A7RM2? And how about definition in the corners? Version II of the lens disappointed quite seriously in both disciplines when used with the A7R. However, I've used it quite successfully with the A7M2, but vignetting is quite strong. Have you perchance used version III on an A7M2?

    Curiously,

    Ron
    There is a full thread dedicated to that lens, with many test pictures shot by Guy on the A7m2 and on the second page some samples of that same lens shot on A7rm2.

    Voigtlander 15mm Version III on a Sony A7II test

    For example the following posts #76, #78, #82 contain pictures shot with an A7rII and as far as one can judge it on an iPad, the corners look good.
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    We had a beautiful fall day today and took a ride up into the hills just south of Ithaca near the town of Erin to take in the color. We also found a nice orchard owned and operated by a German family. A few shots from the outing taken with the A7RII with the FE 28/2 and FE55/1.8.











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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    There is a full thread dedicated to that lens, with many test pictures shot by Guy on the A7m2 and on the second page some samples of that same lens shot on A7rm2.

    Voigtlander 15mm Version III on a Sony A7II test

    For example the following posts #76, #78, #82 contain pictures shot with an A7rII and as far as one can judge it on an iPad, the corners look good.
    Many thanks for this, Anna! Looks very promising, indeed!! I think my SWH II must go to make room for the III...

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    The Bishop by unoh7, Nikkor 300/2.8 EDIF
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    More vineyards in terraces only two minutes from my doorstep :


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

    Thanks Annna. Beautiful light, perfect time for a walk! :-)
    Another gorgeous image.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/grahamgibson/
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    I finally set aside my Fuji X-E2 for the A7Rm2. (I love the Fuji,but I got tired of waiting for the 24mpx X-Pro2) The files are amazing, and respond wonderfully to processing.

    A shot from the first day of shooting:

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    "Market Moves" Good place for a walk and other movements on non-market days. Sony A7RII with Leica R 50mm Summicron.

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    Looking towards Cape Cornwall from Priests Cove (Tone mapped)



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    Here a rare attempt at a product shot, taken at 03:10 am

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