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    I left my window for a while and drove to Saint-Maurice for a special event : Lumina, the feast of lights. The event last four days with different performances including the lighting of the inside of the basilica, the projection of pictures against the rock wall in the archeological site and show performances by fire dancers.

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    The lighting of the basilica was designed by Renato Hšusler. You can find more about him following this link :

    http://www.kalalumen.ch/index.html

    And about the event :

    http://www.lumina-stmaurice.ch/web/category/concept/
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    Taken a few minutes ago during an episode of...not sun, but rather of brighter dreariness.


    The Straight of Georgia #6 (selenium toned)



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    A7II + Tamron 2.8 macro




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    " Drive With The Sun II "





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    same shot (nearly) in the b/w thread
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    Attachment 114871Might have been the luckiest day of my Photographic life today.
    I was out for a local hike when all of sudden I spot a California Condor sunning itself on a Lava cliff.
    I was able to get within about 50 feet and the Bird just stayed there letting snap away for about 30 minutes.
    A7rII and Tamron SP 70-300.
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    Strolling at a small village on the bank of Irrawaddy river, Myanmar with 7R2 and 35/1.4 in my hands.

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    [IMG]_DSC2712 by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]_DSC2742-Edit-4 by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr[/IMG]

    _DSC2638 by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr

    [IMG]_DSC2658 by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Here another from my close encounter w a California Condor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Strolling at a small village on the bank of Irrawaddy river, Myanmar with 7R2 and 35/1.4 in my hands.



    Excellent Teera, liked them all but in particular the middle shot...the eye contact made the difference for me with the OoF background workers filling the top of the frame...nice one
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    Attachment 114871Might have been the luckiest day of my Photographic life today.
    I was out for a local hike when all of sudden I spot a California Condor sunning itself on a Lava cliff.
    I was able to get within about 50 feet and the Bird just stayed there letting snap away for about 30 minutes.
    A7rII and Tamron SP 70-300.
    Fabulous shots. Many thanks. A California Condor with tag N8 visited Los Alamos, NM in late April this year and was photographed in a back yard. Those CaCo certainly cover a wide area. :-)
    With best regards, K-H.

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    At the lake, Sony A7RII & Sony FE 55mm f1.8:

    Sony A7RII | Zeiss Batis 25 F2 | Zeiss Batis 85 F1.8 | Sony FE35 F2.8 | Sony FE55 F1.8 | Sony FE90 F2.8 | Sony FE16-35 F4 | Sony FE24-70 F4 | Sony FE70-200 F4
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Fabulous shots. Many thanks. A California Condor with tag N8 visited Los Alamos, NM in late April this year and was photographed in a back yard. Those CaCo certainly cover a wide area. :-)
    My pleasure.
    You're welcome.
    Here's one more.
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    A Moroccan lady in a village. A7R w/FE55

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    same shot (nearly) in the b/w thread
    I think that I prefer the colored version : all that green really adds to the mood of the picture.
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    Some industy near Amsterdam.

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    It was bitterly cold when I spotted this diminutive figure in the sea looking at the lights of Newquay harbour
    Taken a few hours ago, shot WO handheld 1/8 sec iso200




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    A few of sunset and sunrise shots:

    ZM 15: Dusk





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    Sepak Taklaw by the bank of Irrawaddy River, Myanmar with a7r2 35/1.4fe

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    A classic Decisive Moment.

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    A7r2 + Noct-NIKKOR 58/1.2
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    Sony A7RII + Batis 25mm

    Sony A7RII | Zeiss Batis 25 F2 | Zeiss Batis 85 F1.8 | Sony FE35 F2.8 | Sony FE55 F1.8 | Sony FE90 F2.8 | Sony FE16-35 F4 | Sony FE24-70 F4 | Sony FE70-200 F4
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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    A classic Decisive Moment.

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    A classic, but a great one : composition, light, movement and yes, the decisive moment.
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    Teera... +1 Excellent frozen in time moment
    Karl...nice one, "The place where friends meet up" looks deserted
    Jose...Lovely still reflection on that lake, you obviously are not getting the gales that the UK are receiving
    Hiep...Beautiful evening light, captured with two superb lenses
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    A few shots from a recent trip to Pine Park.
    A7rII/Zeiss Batis 25.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Teera... +1 Excellent frozen in time moment
    Karl...nice one, "The place where friends meet up" looks deserted
    Jose...Lovely still reflection on that lake, you obviously are not getting the gales that the UK are receiving
    Hiep...Beautiful evening light, captured with two superb lenses
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    Thanks Barry, excellent image, but would you want to live in that house to the left?
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    Thanks Barry, excellent image, but would you want to live in that house to the left?
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Barry, excellent image, but would you want to live in that house to the left?
    Thanks Karl, actually I’m not sure that I would! That suspension bridge is 90ft up in the air and probably not that easy to traverse in high winds whilst carrying all your groceries + Goodness knows how the sewage is disposed of
    I have been fascinated by this house since the mid 60's, it has a chequered history that's worth a read if you have a minute...From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes) to boys crossing from one side to the other in a bucket!
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    Recent(ish) marketing for the property took place on March 2012 and it sold for £950,000 Nov 2012... (internal pics. for those curious).
    Property details for The Island Newquay TR7 1EA - Zoopla

    Property history - The Island, Newquay TR7 1EA - Marketed for sale on 5th Mar 2012 - Zoopla

    Here’s another view of it...I suppose it’s convenient if you like surfing or as what Steve said
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    Many thanks Barry.
    What a fascinating story!
    Thanks for sharing image and story.
    It looks to me there might be more such stories behind a number of your images.
    Much appreciated. I am a sucker for those details behind an image.
    Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Barry, excellent image, but would you want to live in that house to the left?
    I'd kill to live in that house on the left.
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    Barry,

    A beautiful shot and a beautiful property.

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    - - - Updated - - -

    I had a little free time today and decided to play with a composite. This is a shot taken with the Rx1 at Universal Studios' Harry Potter section combined with a photo I took at a Game of Thrones shoot a month or so ago with my A7RII. Obviously there was quite a bit of creative file manipulation as well. Not the normal photo on this forum but I thought a few might like it. I cross posted it on the RX1 section since both cameras were used.

    And yes, the dragon actually shoots fire every hour or so for a few seconds.
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    Thanks Karl, actually Iím not sure that I would! That suspension bridge is 90ft up in the air and probably not that easy to traverse in high winds whilst carrying all your groceries + Goodness knows how the sewage is disposed of
    I have been fascinated by this house since the mid 60's, it has a chequered history that's worth a read if you have a minute...From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes) to boys crossing from one side to the other in a bucket!
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    Recent(ish) marketing for the property took place on March 2012 and it sold for £950,000 Nov 2012... (internal pics. for those curious).
    Property details for The Island Newquay TR7 1EA - Zoopla

    Property history - The Island, Newquay TR7 1EA - Marketed for sale on 5th Mar 2012 - Zoopla

    Hereís another view of it...I suppose itís convenient if you like surfing or as what Steve said
    A7RII + Sony 55mm FE Sonnar



    LOL, you talked about sewage disposal and the next image shows a bunch of surfers right below. I don't know if they have thought about that. I do wonder how much the house on the right is going for.

    And both angles are very well chosen. The lone swimmer in the previous post is also superb.
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    Just a simple still life of lemons. Shot on a lowly old A7R, with a 45mm TS-E + 1.4 extension.

    It's been awhile since I've stopped by this thread, happy to see it's as active and full of great shots as ever!
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    Apologies for late response ^^^

    Thanks again Karl you are very kind, we have lots of stories here in Cornwall
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    Thank you Jim, likewise an excellent composite well handled and thought out
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    Thank you Hiep...That hadn't occured to me until you just mentioned it...I suspect each island house is fitted with a "Bog Horn" to warn the surfers before somebody flushes (apologies for my schoolboy SOH).
    A quick bit of research for you as you were interested, the house on the right is £1.2+ million...Pics and info below
    7 bedroom detached house for sale in Newquay, Cornwall, TR7, TR7
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    A few shots along the lake shore on a balmy, spring like day. All with the A7r-FS with Contax N 24-85 + CC filter.

    Winter lake draw down in progress.





    Park office window.

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    A7R MII, 28mm f/2, ISO400, 1/80sec.
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    Thank you Barry for the info . Very interesting area.

    Here is a quick one from today, on my way back home

    Sony A7S.Kolari + Zeiss ZM 35 1.4


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    Lovely colours Hiep ^^^
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    A couple of shots with the A7R-FS with Contax N 24-85 Vario-Sonnar+CC filter at the summer swimming hole below Enfield Falls in Lower Treman state park. The Kipon adapter used to fit the Contax N lens to the Sony is a bit loose and since the electronic contacts are required to control aperture in the lens from the camera I had frequent random, freezing every 2-3 shots. I will return this adapter to Adorama and look around for another that is more reliable.



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    Sinister alley

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    Claude Alley, San Francisco

    (But Claude Alley isn't really so sinister. With a Parisian bistro (Cafe Claude) and a top hairdresser (Festoon) and a couple of shops, plus well-painted murals, it's a rather elegant though somewhat moody place to see.)
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    A bit of urban geometry

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    Bush and Kearny, San Francisco

    (I'm not sure just what the bus is selling. Perhaps warm orange underwear?)
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    SANTACON in San Francisco:

    This is a bit much, I suppose, so pardon me for posting so many files. But meaning only to go to North Beachfor a warm and quiet cappuccino at Cafe Trieste, I stumbled into SantaCon, the Santa Convention or annual pub-crawl that starts eat Union Square and radiates through the City. Here's a bunch of street/reportage images:

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

    And here I go again, same place, same A7rII 28:

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    And finally, I could use some advice about this: As someone might have noticed, I've always used my A7 cameras for BW landscapes, and Leica for street. This is the first time I've tried the A7rII for the latter, and it's great to have autofocus; but what about the color? Though it didn't happen with my A7, all these files from A7rII had almost violently saturated reds using LR/ACR/PS – no matter which profiles I chose.

    Question 1: Is this why some folks use C1?

    Question 2: Or shall I stay with LR/ACR and make a custom camera profile?

    Thanks for your patience with so many shots.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    And finally, I could use some advice about this: As someone might have noticed, I've always used my A7 cameras for BW landscapes, and Leica for street. This is the first time I've tried the A7rII for the latter, and it's great to have autofocus; but what about the color? Though it didn't happen with my A7, all these files from A7rII had almost violently saturated reds using LR/ACR/PS – no matter which profiles I chose.

    Question 1: Is this why some folks use C1?

    Question 2: Or shall I stay with LR/ACR and make a custom camera profile?

    Thanks for your patience with so many shots.
    Don't know about the reds in C1 but my solution was to create a custom profile in LR/ACR. Too saturated reds have been a problem for me since the Sony A700, but easily fixed with my own DIY profile.

    If you don't want to go through the hassle a -20 red saturation in the HSL panel also gets you a lot closer to a reasonable red in your pictures
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    Question 1: Is this why some folks use C1?
    Question 2: Or shall I stay with LR/ACR and make a custom camera profile?
    Just for the A7rII, I made my own general profile for C1v9 (with dcamprof) and compared it with an available one for LR (also with dcamprof, but not made by my own). The starting point looks similar in both. So, it's not an issue of the programs, but of it's profiles.

    You can download the custom camera profiles, if you like, on LuLa: for C1 here and for LR here. You have to be registered in the LuLA forum to see the downloads. But there is no need to subcribe to the website.

    Since then, I hardly touch the color editor, except in an artistic way.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    I had time to work on my shots from Formentera. My wife and me stayed there for two weeks in octobre. I'll post some over the next weeks and start with three shots made with the Contax Zeiss Sonnar 135/2.8 or the Leitz Wetzlar Summaron 35/2.8 on the A7RII.
    It was a stormy morning and I tried to make the best out of the fact, that our appartement was not on the sunrise nor sunset side.





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

    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    Just for the A7rII, I made my own general profile for C1v9 (with dcamprof) and compared it with an available one for LR (also with dcamprof, but not made by my own). The starting point looks similar in both. So, it's not an issue of the programs, but of it's profiles.

    You can download the custom camera profiles, if you like, on LuLa: for C1 here and for LR here.

    Since then, I hardly touch the color editor, except in an artistic way.

    Thanks, I'd have been interested, but I didn't find anything to download there. There were some posts with a stapple icon, but clicking didn't do anything. I guess you have to be subscribed, but it is a paid subscription.

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

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    Thanks, I'd have been interested, but I didn't find anything to download there. There were some posts with a stapple icon, but clicking didn't do anything. I guess you have to be subscribed, but it is a paid subscription.
    You just have to be registered for the forum to see the downloads. No subscription for the website needed. Here is the register link. The verification is a little bit odd at the beginning, but the forum has some valuable informations and an active comunity. A registration is nothing you would regret.
    Otherwise send me a PM with your email and I send it to you.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    You just have to be registered for the forum to see the downloads. No subscription for the website needed. Here is the register link. The verification is a little bit odd at the beginning, but the forum has some valuable informations and an active comunity. A registration is nothing you would regret.
    Otherwise send me a PM with your email and I send it to you.
    Thank you for the link.. everything worked fine once I had the right link to reregister (I used to be subscribed, but a long time ago, with another Email address). And thank you for sharing those links and your profile.. I will test them this evening.

    BTW, of the three pictures you have shown, I like the second one best. The colors are very subtle.
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