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    These were shot with my A7R2 and FE90-rental at very close range and the bikes were moving pretty fast in relation to the camera. Sorry to say but under these conditions the EVF could just not keep up with the action. When the camera was moving quickly right to left the subjects are always further into the composition than shown in the EVF and it took a bit of time to develop the right amount of anticipation. Not complaining though, just reporting...

    Heavy cloud cover made everything dull and lifeless so I added some special sauce in LR, the second image being a bit influenced by Barry's blending techniques.








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    A shot with the A7RII, 90mm G OSS Macro (OSS turned off) and using the absurdly named play memories remote camera control app on an iPad.



    This is not a proper replacement for a studio set up (although I did use studio flash heads) nor is it as fully featured as the Cam Ranger app for Nikon. Basic focus adjustment is by tapping the screen, but zoomed in fine focus from the app is apparently not possible but as a tool in the field for remote control of the camera without a cable it looks more promising.
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    Quentin, I'm awed by the technical perfection of your photograph but can't tell what time it is.

    Apple now offers a digital watch, to go with your camera. It has a simpler user interface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    Quentin, I'm awed by the technical perfection of your photograph but can't tell what time it is.

    Apple now offers a digital watch, to go with your camera. It has a simpler user interface.

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    Apple, Schmapple, none of us really need watches these days
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    I took this shot of a new fitted kitchen in my wife's Cornish vacation cottage using the Sony A7RII and Sony 16-35mm ZA OSS F/4 lens, F/10, 0.6 sec, 16mm, bounced fill flash, just before Christmas. Later on I noticed the flash gun case right edge of shot

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    Very nice kitchen and image.
    If the case bothers you why not map it out?
    Happy new year!
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    Apparently I navigated to unknown countries during the night and woke up in front of a new sea populated with two curious islands. I was in awe : in almost ten years that I have been living there, I never saw such a fine and dense mist covering the entire valley.

    A7rm2, Metabones v4, Canon 70-200mm F4 L IS USM, 93mm F8 1/250 ISO 100

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    Here is another panoramic view of this new landscape :

    A7rm2, Metabones v4, Canon EF 70-200mm F4 L IS USM @ 70mm, F8 1/160 ISO 100. This is a stitch of five pictures

    20151229_011-Pano_full_size_tiffa7r2i-3 by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Apparently I navigated to unknown countries during the night and woke up in front of a new sea populated with two curious islands. I was in awe : in almost ten years that I have been living there, I never saw such a fine and dense mist covering the entire valley.
    Crikey - that's what I call spectacular, Annna !
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    Wonderfull AnnnaT ! Almost like a lake. (the first one)

    Looking over the bay of Mers les Bains and Le Treport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Here is another panoramic view of this new landscape :

    A7rm2, Metabones v4, Canon EF 70-200mm F4 L IS USM @ 70mm, F8 1/160 ISO 100. This is a stitch of five pictures

    20151229_011-Pano_full_size_tiffa7r2i-3 by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
    wow are those castles?

    where are they?

    and nice shot!!!
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    As always, beautiful shots, Annna!

    Here's one from yesterday.

    The Straight of Georgia #7

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    A7RII with Canon 14mm f/2.8 II lens on a Metabones IV adaptor. 50 second exposure at f/16 Firecrest 10 stop ND. Click image for larger version. 

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    'cleated off' - a7rII / FE 90

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    Sony A7R MII, 28mm f/2, ISO400, 1/160sec.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    After the rush, Conthey Commercial Center

    Sony A7rm2 FE 24-70mm @ 37mm F5.6 1/500 ISO 100

    20151225_848a7r2i click for a larger version by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

    Note the lack of snow by the way : this is about what we use to have in mid to end october.
    Super light capture!
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    Super light capture!
    Thank you ! Can you believe that I had to decrease the contrast (lifted the shadows and tamed the highlights). This facade is fitted with solar panels and is quite reflective. Under usual day light it is anthracite / black, but this was shot under the warm lighting of sunset.
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    " Witches Brew II "





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    Great shots everyone !
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    Charlestown 2 (Portrait orientation)...21mm Loxia A7R2




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    Barry: Your work is fabulous. Thanks for sharing!
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    Sony A7 + Leica Summicron-M 50mm 1.4 Asph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Barry: Your work is fabulous. Thanks for sharing!
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    'untitled' - a7rII / FE 90

    I'm not entirely sure what this is but think it might be a sea water pump that feeds large holding tanks for lobsters. This sits on the sea floor near the docks of a commercial lobster fishing operation. Anyway, I thought it made for an interesting picture.

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    Just to show I still know how to use an A7R2 after all those RX1 photos

    Delaney looking at herself as a blond, as a redhead.

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    Selfie...

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    There's a tool for red-eye - but not for red-hand?

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    Well done Frits..... Well done....
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    I don't do much street photography, but when I do, its gotta have a classic car.




    Sony A7S, 55mm Zeiss f/1.8, ISO500 1/60sec.
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    Just came back from Asia. Went to Taiwan and one of their higher mountains (Hehuanshan). Got very lucky with the weather.
    2 shot pano with A7r + 17-40mm F4L

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    A GREAT NIGHT AND A SPECIAL 2016

    "Hovering To New Years Eve "




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    First job with the A7RII using a Canon 24-70 /4. Excellent lens BTW.

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    100% detail..

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    Same camera lens combo but with flash fill.

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    Bird's Hotel...A7 + Leica Summilux-M 50mm 1.4 Asph.
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    'water droplet and pine needles' - a7rII / FE 90

    Happy New Year! May the new year be filled with peace, love, and all things beautiful for everyone!

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    A7RII FE55 1.8

    Love is.... sharing the load. My eldest daughter who is suffering a relationship break up

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    @ Antonio Chagin..... lovely fishy pics with beautiful pastel colours
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucille View Post
    I don't do much street photography, but when I do, its gotta have a classic car.

    I don't dig cars and this was not shot with an a7 cam.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

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    Out for a drive thru Zion NP and surrounds.
    Happened to come across a herd of Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep.
    And visited a bison ranch nearby.
    A7rII/Tamron Sp 70-300
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    Another look at that Bighorn.
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    Yesterday was a bit hectic (imagine that), but I still managed to grab a few snaps at the beginning and end of the day. All shots were rushed and without a tripod, but I did find a guardrail to stabilize the last few.

    As you can see, there was a weak northern light display, which is rather rare this far south.

    Happy New Year!


    'The last lights of 2015'













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    Happy New Year to all of you!

    Oohps had to replace my post, wrong camera, wrong forumthread.

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    Happy new year all. I wish you good lights and great pictures and I thank you all for sharing them here. I enjoyed seeing your pictures during 2015 and hope to see as many good ones in 2016.

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    'paw prints on the beach' - a7rII / FE 90

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    ^^^

    Doug, I'm really liking your maritime macro/closeup series. Keep them coming!
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    Playing.
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    Nice one, Barry. I like your moody, ever-so-slightly-tone-mapped treatment with these types of shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    Nice one, Barry. I like your moody, ever-so-slightly-tone-mapped treatment with these types of shots.
    Thank you Tom...I particularly liked this one of yours (lots of different layers going on in a subtle way)....

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    'The last lights of 2015'

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    A few walkabout shots with the A7R-FS CC. First with the Contax N 70-200 and last two with Contax N 24-85.

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