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    Fishing boats in Berber Blue, Essaouira, Morocco. A7r w/19mm Elmarit-R

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    Here an image captured on one of the rare rainy days in Greenland (although there were more of them this year than is usual):

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    Thanks Paul....and yes... that is the "Omni Mount Washington Resort". Never been inside, always outside! http://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/bre...unt-washington
    I've stayed there three times and can attest to it being very photogenic both inside and outside. Heck, it's worth a visit for breakfast, brunch or dinner too.
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    I continue to be amazed by the effectiveness of the A7M2's IBIS. I couldn't have done without!

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    And here another incredibly shaped iceberg:

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    ..wonderfull, Michiel !
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    Another insight into the spectacular geology of Greenland:



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    Just returned from 2 weeks holiday in Scotland. I will post ad-hoc as I get through processing, but here's a couple to get started... A7, Tokina 17mm f3.5






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    I found IBIS very effective up to the longest focal length I had with me (Leica-R AT 4/280 with Nikon TC-14E II = 390mm). Here an example captured at 280mm. I could have easily dialled the ISO down to 200 and would still have obtained a perfectly sharp image...

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    Terrific images, Ron.

    I have not encountered any problems with IBIS, even when leaving it ON when using a tripod.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    200mm f/18 1/6 sec ISO100
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    " Grassland "




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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Terrific images, Ron.

    I have not encountered any problems with IBIS, even when leaving it ON when using a tripod.
    Many thanks, Karl-Heinz! I haven't used a tripod once during the whole time I was in Greenland. Shows how effective IBIS is. Here an image captured at 390mm:

    Edit: Just in case you were wondering, I used faster shutter speeds than normally required for this and the previous image because I had just run uphill ~100m in elevation, and as a result was unable to hold the camera as steadily as usual...

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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    A7r, FE 55/1.8
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    Truly amazing Ron, very good focus! IBIS at work as well!
    I can't shoot the APO-R 280/4 handheld - it's too heavy for me to hold steadily.
    It's okay if I sit in a chair though.

    However, the Vario-R 80-200/4 and APO-R 180/3.4 are no problem for me.
    Indeed, I find IBIS to be of tremendous help in providing a stable LiveView image when manually focusing!
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    A7r the clunker, FE 55/1.8
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    'Fall in New England' - A7RII / Sony FE 90

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    Still practicing with backyard denizens using the Tamron 150-600 on the A7RII.

    Squirrel in a hurry to bury his latest find



    Frustrated male cardinal sat here calling his mate for 30 minutes before she finally showed up.


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    Communicating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Communicating.

    A really powerful image, Michiel. Well composed and executed. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Communicating.
    Great composition and beautiful light! Many thanks for sharing, Michiel.
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    Thank you gentlemen!
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    'salt marsh' - A7RII / Sony FE 35/1.4

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    A7Rii with 55/1.8 and 28/2
    This is the first photo session in quite awhile that I went with full AF. Feel a little awkward but have lot of sharp focus images much more than the blurred ones. Kudo to Sony!

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    Gorgeous colors!
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    Thanks Vivek.
    But b&w can be equally stunning in what seems to be a predominantly color scenery.

    Sorry, these are not from Sony Ax but only to illustrate my point. Chrom with 50 Lux by my daughter, Phinpak.

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    [IMG]L1013497.jpg by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]L1013369.jpg by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Fantastic images, Teera! Many thanks for sharing. I love the one with the candles...
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    A7 + 24-240:
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    A7RII & Zeiss 16-35mm lens f11. Thanks for looking
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    Taken late this afternoon...a7rii + 90mm FE WO



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    'shrooms' - A7RII / Sony FE 90

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    Blimey, it's hard to keep up with all the great photos posted on this thread. A veritable feast of global travel. Here's something that's a bit of fun. Blowing bubbles.



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    An older one with a touch out of the Nik collection.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    An older one with a touch out of the Nik collection.
    Truly an artist's rendition.
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    A7S, 55mm Zeiss f/1.8, ISO160, 1/125sec
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    Lucille, the colors in your image are so bold. I bought 28/2 a week ago because of you and your images!
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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Lucille, the colors in your image are so bold. I bought 28/2 a week ago because of you and your images!


    Thank you for your very kind compliment, you will like that 28mm, and I'll tell you, every image I have posted from the 28mm has been a Jpeg, as I let the camera fix the distortion from the 28.
    I have yet to shoot raw using the 28mm, so with that said the results could probably be even better. I think this cheaper prime that Sony made is a no-brainer, hopefully Sony will make
    some more lenses like this, I know its hard on folks to have to dish out 1k for a lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Lucille, the colors in your image are so bold. I bought 28/2 a week ago because of you and your images!



    I'll give you a little tip on how I shoot, I tend to underexpose, from a 1/2 stop to a full stop, it depends on the scene, then in post I brighten my image, sometimes local, sometimes global.

    IMO, by doing this one gets deeper richer colors. If say I am shooting a car outside, I tend to expose for the sky, and then I bring up the brightness in post of the car.
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    A7RII, Zeiss 16~35 lens at f11, ISO 200. All shot the same day.
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    A7R ii + 28/2 at 2.5
    So cheap and yet so damn good.

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    Another B&W converted in Silver Efex Pro. A7RII 16~35mm at f 11 ISO 200.
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    A very quiet day at the lake. A7RII+FE 35/2.8. All shot in uncompressed raw and imported to LR as DNG.











    (I assume this lead warning was because they were scraping off century old paint from the ceiling.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    A7R ii + 28/2 at 2.5
    So cheap and yet so damn good.

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    Sweet shot with the 'great twenty eight'......
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    Hello I am a donkey and the sun is going down.

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    Ron - This and others in the set are terrific images. Lovely colors and very good use of the long lenses. Esp love the fact that you getting so much out of the R lenses on the A7Rii. I must use them more often! IBIS or not, your hands are very steady as is evident in the pictures.


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    Many thanks, Karl-Heinz! I haven't used a tripod once during the whole time I was in Greenland. Shows how effective IBIS is. Here an image captured at 390mm:

    Edit: Just in case you were wondering, I used faster shutter speeds than normally required for this and the previous image because I had just run uphill ~100m in elevation, and as a result was unable to hold the camera as steadily as usual...

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