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    More fun with my toy lens, the Rokinon/Samyang 14mm 2.8.


    Rise.

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    " Blue And Yellow "




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    21mm Loxia WO at f2.8





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    Looks like these early lenses have landed in all the right hands!
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    Thanks Jim
    David and I are trying to get a variety of shots out there for you all to see, whilst we learn the lens at the same time.
    I think Werner will be along shortly with his 21mm Loxia

    BLENCOMO treatment...Cheers Barry


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    Thanks Jim
    David and I are trying to get a variety of shots out there for you all to see, whilst we learn the lens at the same time.
    I think Werner will be along shortly with his 21mm Loxia

    BLENCOMO treatment...Cheers Barry


    Love this. Can you share how you achieved this effect? Much obliged. I specialize in seascapes, and this effect is stunning.
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    Love this. Can you share how you achieved this effect? Much obliged. I specialize in seascapes, and this effect is stunning.
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    Thank You Dave so much for the kind words.

    Very briefly I make a (saturated) colour image as best as I can...Then I make a BW image from that in Nik Silver Effex Pro 2...I generally overcook it because once I have added it on to the top layer of the colour image I'm then going to fade back the opacity, in other words dilute the effect to taste...Now burn, dodge and erase selective areas of the top layer and flatten the image off...Revitalize the colour back with Vibrance.

    I wrote a bit about this awhile back that should help...To be honest it's an ever evolving technique I use to spice up flat images

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    Hope that helps, have fun Dave ...Cheers Barry
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    That 21mm Loxia sure looks sweet, thanks for posting.
    I haven't posted images for a while, here are a few from Denmark. Nothing special, just some casual snaps with the A7II. All except the last (1,8/55mm) taken with the somewhat unbeloved FE 2,8/35mm.
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    Arne, thanks. I like your images with those 2 lenses.
    My 3 native Sony lenses are 35/2.8, 55/1.8, and 90/2.8 MACRO G.
    I have tested them to a certain degree and concluded they are fine.
    They are performing as expected or better.
    All 3 lenses are capable of delivering stunning images.
    But, of course, are constrained by my own limitations.

    I don't doubt that copy variability is a problem.
    But I also believe that good copies, well within spec, are excellent tools and don't need any justification or apologies.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Amsterdam Lightfestival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Arne, thanks. I like your images with those 2 lenses.
    My 3 native Sony lenses are 35/2.8, 55/1.8, and 90/2.8 MACRO G.
    I have tested them to a certain degree and concluded they are fine.
    They are performing as expected or better.
    All 3 lenses are capable of delivering stunning images.
    But, of course, are constrained by my own limitations.

    I don't doubt that copy variability is a problem.
    But I also believe that good copies, well within spec, are excellent tools and don't need any justification or apologies.


    Thanks! I quite agree regarding sample variability. I'm on my second 2,8/35mm, the first was pretty bad. I also have the 2,0/28mm which is OK. Been debating whether to get the 90 mm macro or the 85 Batis. This seems to be a difficult decision for others too. Most likely I end up with both LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    Thanks! I quite agree regarding sample variability. I'm on my second 2,8/35mm, the first was pretty bad. I also have the 2,0/28mm which is OK. Been debating whether to get the 90 mm macro or the 85 Batis. This seems to be a difficult decision for others too. Most likely I end up with both LOL.

    Cheers
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    Thanks Arne. Sometimes I get lucky and count my blessings.

    You have a point with ending up with both lenses, the 90 mm macro and the 85 Batis. I ordered the 90 G because I didn't want to wait for the 85 Batis. In hindsight an excellent decision as the 90 G is also a terrific macro lens. As it also comes with OSS I use it a lot on my A7r that now benefits from image stabilization of that lens. For handheld closeup macro shots I prefer using the lens on my A7r2 to take advantage of X- and Y-stabilization of the camera body.

    It would be interesting to compare how the 85 Batis is different for portrait shots though. And how both these lenses compare to the R80 Summilux or Leica 90 mm M-lenses.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Thank you Arne...It’s a little gem of a lens...Very much like the first shot in your series

    Charlestown this afternoon...Please click on Enlargement...Many thanks Barry




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    Congrats with your lens Barry. Last one Color Efex Pro Duplex filter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Congrats with your lens Barry. Last one Color Efex Pro Duplex filter?

    Thank you Michiel...I don't actually have Color Efex (I would like to )...I only have the B&W Nik version.
    Hard to believe but the colours are not hugely different from what I experienced...I used a little dilute Tone mapping for opening up the shadows only...This is a crop from the 21mm which pretty well represents the same diagonal AoV as the 25mm Batis although a different ratio of sides and less pixels after cropping obviously...Very happy with the lens...Thanks again.

    I like your Face Off shot...Clean and simple with nothing else distracting in the image just as it should be nice one
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    Sandstone and Lava flows side by side.
    One of things that makes our area so unique geologically speaking.
    A7rII/Zeiss Batis 25.
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    Thanks. Where is that? TIA.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    And fall.




    Another from a couple of days ago, when the rain stopped for a moment.

    Incidentally, this is my second (and inferior) copy of the Rokinon 14mm 2.8. The first met an unfortunate, and untimely, end! I can't decide whether I care enough to search for another decent copy, because by the time I find one the voigtlander 15mm e-mount might be available, and/or Zeiss might have sorted their supply chains.
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    Thanks. Where is that? TIA.
    It's one of the hiking trails in the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve in Southern Utah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank You Dave so much for the kind words.

    Very briefly I make a (saturated) colour image as best as I can...Then I make a BW image from that in Nik Silver Effex Pro 2...I generally overcook it because once I have added it on to the top layer of the colour image I'm then going to fade back the opacity, in other words dilute the effect to taste...Now burn, dodge and erase selective areas of the top layer and flatten the image off...Revitalize the colour back with Vibrance.

    I wrote a bit about this awhile back that should help...To be honest it's an ever evolving technique I use to spice up flat images

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    Hope that helps, have fun Dave ...Cheers Barry
    Thank you Barry. Very kind of you to share the technique. The image is lovely.
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    Thank you Barry. Very kind of you to share the technique. The image is lovely.
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    Barry: I gave it a try. RAW image shown first. A7RII 16-35mm Zeiss. I then over saturated the image. Then I made a duplicate layer. On the duplicate layer I used Silver Efex Pro and made a B&W image, then adjusted the opacity. Added some geese just for fun. Burned, dodged, and burned the edges. Thanks a million. My attempt is not any where near Name:  small jpg_DSC0490_DxO.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Barry: I gave it a try. RAW image shown first. A7RII 16-35mm Zeiss. I then over saturated the image. Then I made a duplicate layer. On the duplicate layer I used Silver Efex Pro and made a B&W image, then adjusted the opacity. Added some geese just for fun. Burned, dodged, and burned the edges. Thanks a million. My attempt is not any where near as nice as yours, but I can see it takes practice, and at age 78 and retired...heck I am having fun!!
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    That’s excellent Dave, I would be very happy to have produced that myself, adding the geese was a nice touch that works IMO
    It’s all about having fun and sharing here on this thread of Guys, I have learnt a lot from others here who have also kindly shared with me....I was honoured that you should even want to give it a try...Thank you!

    As you posted I was just preparing a rough sequence that I kind of follow for my BLENCOMO treatment, it might be of help to some people who like playing around PP...Please scroll on for those not interested and I apologise if it comes over as a bit of a lecture for those that are


    I have put the original DNG image in my Dropbox for anybody that might want to give it a try for themselves.
    (21mm Loxia “handheld at 0.4 sec thanks to good old IBIS” )
    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ouotsg9zo...Azx-EEMsa?dl=0
    As you can see the Original “As shot” is a dull lifeless image


    Original “As Shot”




    Step 1. I use CS Photoshop and run it through Adobe ACR and ended up with this...Which frankly is still not much better either, it’s opened up the shadows somewhat, It’s an image that I would normally just give up on at this stage...It needs a bit of life injected into it, so I blend it with a punchy B&W image




    Step 2. I now make a copy image of Step 1 and run it through Nik Silver Efex Pro 2...I normally choose preset 15 or one of my own > I add a 4% vignette > lighten and darken areas with the selection tool > reduce “fine structure” to a minimum to lower noise levels and alter the individual tone “structure” sliders to taste > now I balance the soft contrast slider to get the tonal balance of the whole image how I want it to look > (optional you can now add some colour toning to the image at this stage but I didn’t in this instance) > OK...I ended up with a B&W image looking like this...




    Step 3. Select all (marching ants) on the B&W Step 2 image and copy and paste that on top of the Colour Step 1 image > Fade the top layer opacity to 85% to allow some of the colour to pass through > (Optional you can now burn, dodge or even erase selected areas on the B&W top layer should you so wish but I didn’t in this instance) > Layer, flatten the image. I ended up with a pale/weak colour image looking like this...




    Step 4. Finishing touches to this image > Add 100% Vibrance to inject some colour back in the image > Auto Contrast then edit fade back slightly to protect the highlights, whilst looking at the histogram at the same time > Some slight 1% dodging of midtones + some burning 1% to the top part of the sky > A slight S shaped curve adjustment to add some extra contrast boost > some slight noise reduction is also necessary at this stage after cooking the image...I now ended up with an image now looking like this...



    Step 5. Final steps I like to add a frame via Lightroom Mogrify 2 with title etc and now lastly downsize the image before uploading to Flickr
    I personally prefer to use Web Sharpener http://andreasresch.at/2013/04/07/we...g-for-the-web/ as it steps down using Lab color mode which you can adjust finely in layers.




    I hope this maybe of help to some of you...Who knows it might even rescue one of your old flat looking images that you couldn’t be bothered with in the past...Cheers Barry
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    Thanks for the detailed tutorial, Barry. After seeing this, I'm starting to realize just how lazy I have become in my post-processing duties.

    Other than during import/export, do you use LR for processing at all? I find the LR adjustment brushes useful for quick but selective edits. Admittedly, Photoshop is invaluable when you need it.
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    I hope this maybe of help to some of you...Who knows it might even rescue one of your old flat looking images that you couldn’t be bothered with in the past...Cheers Barry
    Barry, I appreciate you sharing your PP procedures. Thanks.

    Don't mistake me asking this..

    Quite of few of what you show here (enlargements), have parts that have literally fallen/broken apart.
    How do these print?

    TIA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    Thanks for the detailed tutorial, Barry. After seeing this, I'm starting to realize just how lazy I have become in my post-processing duties.

    Other than during import/export, do you use LR for processing at all? I find the LR adjustment brushes useful for quick but selective edits. Admittedly, Photoshop is invaluable when you need it.
    You are most welcome Tom, looking at your images they are beautifully processed less (processing) is more ...I tend to over do it at times

    I particularly liked "Rise" at the top of the page...Excellent.

    I flip backwards and forwards between the two of them (LR and CS) depending upon the image but I do spend a lot more time in CS Photoshop out of the two.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Barry, I appreciate you sharing your PP procedures. Thanks.
    Don't mistake me asking this..
    Quite of few of what you show here (enlargements), have parts that have literally fallen/broken apart.
    How do these print?
    TIA!
    Good morning Vivek, many thanks I like to share with those who kindly show an interest
    BTW. I would never mistake you!

    Re: "Have parts that have literally fallen/broken apart"
    Delightfully expressed may I just add, thanks again

    If I printed these BLENCOMO web "Enlargements" (sRGB 8 bit jpeg) as they stand I suspect they would probably not look that great on close scrutinisation, if I did they would probably be best viewed as largish prints standing back at a suitable viewing distance, just as I guess most people would view a "Andy Warhol - Marilyn Monro, screen print" We have some posterization among other things going on here because of the files have been pushed processed up to and well beyond their normal 8 bit sRGB jpeg limitations.
    In short I wouldn't ever waste my paper and ink printing these as they stand not even for test prints...If I was going to print the RAW files I would PP them altogether differently as finished 16 bit ProPhoto Tiffs.
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    Thanks, Barry.

    FWIW, I have seen the Warhol Monroe print. Up close or at a distance they are about the same quality, in terms of the Zeiss micro contrast. fabulous!

    Distractions aside, keep your contributions coming. Keeps this place alive.
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    Here's one from this morning with almost no processing. I wish I had waited another second for the plane to cross the horizon...


    Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.

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    Cuba rework in B&W:

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    Goodness, Christina, the looks fine and I'll have to try my Sonar-C on A7R2. It did't do well in the corners on A7, but it looks fine here at a wide aperture.

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    " Winter Lake "

    Lake Lugano





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    " Winter Lake "

    Lake Lugano





    Winter Lake by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

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    We have no snow here on the 45th parallel, but we do have Snowy Owls. A7II, Tamron 150-600 at 600.

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    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all...I have enjoyed the fine work shared in this forum all year. It's been wonderful.

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    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all...I have enjoyed the fine work shared in this forum all year. It's been wonderful.

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    Thanks Roy. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.
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    Took a day off from MF to use my Sony gear. This our second snowfall of the winter, which like the first one melted in hours owing to what may turn out to be the warmest December on record.(8C yesterday.)

    What is all that white stuff???

    Fantastic image.
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    Thanks Roy. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.
    +1 What can I add to that ?
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    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all...I have enjoyed the fine work shared in this forum all year. It's been wonderful.

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    As others have said before me...Have a great Xmas Roy + to your family and loved ones.
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    Christmas in Madrid:






    Merry Christmas all!
    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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    Merry Christmas To Everyone !

    A peaceful day to the world





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    I just have to single this one out... Love it! Nice work...
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    This morning I went out for a walk with my daughters, my A7RII and a Canon FD 50mm 1.4. It's fun to shoot manual, not so many shots when I come back home











    And I just received an email saying that my Batis 85mm has arrived, I'll receive it next week
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    Our Christmas Card for this year, in honor of my Father, whom I do not remember. He died at age 29, when I was three. He was a noted LBI Fine Art Photographer, as well as an Electrical Engineer.
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    Our Christmas Card for this year, in honor of my Father, whom I do not remember. He died at age 29, when I was three. He was a noted LBI Fine Art Photographer, as well as an Electrical Engineer.
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    Merry Christmas Dave and all and a wonderful way to remember him with two great photos.
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    Christmas in Camden Town - Sony A7S+CZ24-70

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    Dear Santa, I love the gift that you brought me (Sony A7RII), but I need a lens to put on it (Loxia 21mm) Thank You!!

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