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    Fully agree, I'm especially intrigued by the beautiful dilute cyanotype toning. Fits the image very well.
    Can you do this with Lightroom split toning, or is there some more magic involved?
    Thank you Pieter, absolutely no magic involved...I just simply use (in Photoshop CS) the Nik SEP2 plugin, selecting the “Cyanotype” filter....This ends up on a separate layer on top of the original BW layer...Then I fade the Cyanotype top opacity layer to my diluted colour taste to what I think suits the subject matter ...To be honest just about every Digital Cyanotype filter that I have ever used to date, is just not indicative of a true Cyanotype (Prussian Blue) old style print as you can see from my old prints that I made 30 and 20 years ago below.


    The original 1842 Cyanotype formula by Sir John Herschel (which has a crude tonality) on Bockingford textured 300gsm paper.




    Right hand side...Mike Ware’s New 1995 Cyanotype formula (which has a smoother less contrasty graduated tonality) printed on the smoother Cranes Parchment paper.... (Argyrotype on the left hand side).




    Black Rock – Digital Cyanotype, Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 Cyanotype No. 11 (Mid Strength).




    Black Rock – Digital Cyanotype, Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 Cyanotype No. 11 (Mid Strength) Diluted.

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    Highway 1, California. A7 + Leica R 35-70 F4.



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    'Birch tree, snowfall' - a7rII / Zeiss 135 APO

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    Western Scrub-Jay, one of my (many) favorite yard birds

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    Thank you Pieter, absolutely no magic involved...
    Thanks for sharing your magic and the other examples Barry. I need to take a look at these NIK filters and see how different a result they get vs. using the Lightroom split toning. These days I mostly use that tool as "unsplit" toning with exactly the same hue in the highlights and shadows which yields a comparable result.
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    Berck.
    The backside.

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    Local Wildlife Preserve in Lakeland Florida. A7R2 and 70-200 f/4

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    A7R2 + 21mm Loxia (BLENCOMO)




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    Captivating Barry. It gives me the sense that you get as the tide comes in and out giving the impression that it's the pebbles that are moving.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    Highway 1, California. A7 + Leica R 35-70 F4.
    Awesome! Both of them!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Awesome! Both of them!
    I clearly prefer the bridge picture : it is wonderful
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    No doubt! That has more things going for it.
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    Thank you Christina ^^^

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    Hiking across Dartmoor earlier this afternoon, catching the last of the sunset lighting falling upon this old ruin.
    This is the old Quarry Works up on Foggin Tor looking out towards Kings Tor on the horizon.



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    From yesterday

    A7r and FE 24-70mm F4

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    Still in Lausanne, a little later in the Citť :

    A7r FE 24-70mm F4


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    Hiking across Dartmoor earlier this afternoon, catching the last of the sunset lighting falling upon this old ruin.
    This is the old Quarry Works up on Foggin Tor looking out towards Kings Tor on the horizon.

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    An impressive sense of depth in both of these. (And it's not just the lens!)

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    Three Faces of Mary. From a shoot earlier today. A local artist and teacher

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    Thank you Kirk ^^^

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

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    Very nice colors and composition. May I ask about your RAW converter and the used profile? I'm asking because beside your great processing, your colors are always very accurate.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    barry: what is the magenta in the corners from, in the surfer picture shot with the 21 loxia? i'm gathering the large rock on the right had some natural reddish color as well?
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    Very nice colors and composition. May I ask about your RAW converter and the used profile? I'm asking because beside your great processing, your colors are always very accurate.
    Many thanks seb most appreciated... I returned home latish last night from my walk across Dartmoor feeling pretty whacked out!
    I still like Adobe ACR, either in CS or LR, I always take a jpeg and a raw at the same time, I use the jpegs mostly for just quickly previewing/scanning an image because of their smaller file sizes, I then convert the raws into dng by churning away laboriously in the stand alone Adobe DNG converter to keep storage space to a minimum.
    On this (Dartmoor) occasion because I was pretty tired on my return and also by the token that I try and aim to add at least one new image per day, I lazily just used the jpg files because I hadnít yet got around to converting my raws into dng.
    The 21mm Loxia ideally needs to be corrected with a profile just like any other WA lens as you say...Itís a good albeit a lazy temporary solution for me or at least until I get around to making a custom profile in Cornerfix or by replacing my ancient computer and software, is just to use the in camera pre-treated jpegs for showing 21mm Loxia colour images here. Then just use the dngís for BW + toning etc...

    A simple intermediate quick fix that I will get around to when I have a free moment is just to make a custom profile for my 21mm Loxia lens in Cornerfix.
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    barry: what is the magenta in the corners from, in the surfer picture shot with the 21 loxia? i'm gathering the large rock on the right had some natural reddish color as well?
    jim, I have absolutely no excuse to give other than itís my whacky BLENCOMO processing...itís inexcusable I know!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Barry, By any chance you owned/used a Leica M8? Perhaps it was nostalgia for magenta corners and color shifts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Barry, By any chance you owned/used a Leica M8? Perhaps it was nostalgia for magenta corners and color shifts?
    Vivek....Oh, well it goes back much much further in time than a M8 and it's defects!....I loved those sets of Ilford Multigrade filters
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    You guys are too funny!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

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    jim, I have absolutely no excuse to give other than it’s my whacky BLENCOMO processing...it’s inexcusable I know!
    bah, I think, you just want to show some weakness to get more personality!

    Thanks for your explanations. Haha, I'm so new to digital photography, that using ACR sounds old! But, I started to use it out of photoshop for some pictures. And I like the tweaks I can give, while already processing the picture in photoshop.

    I have to look at the cornerfix for my old leitz wetzlar lenses...
    and sorry for beeing !

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    Here another of the first night of the year. The yellow-red at the bottom are clouds. from left to right you can see a(n unfamous) part of the milky way. On the lower left is the constellation orion.

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    Sony A7R MII, 55mm Zeiss f/4m ISO6400, 1/125sec.
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    Lausanne, rue Wuillemin
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    Architect's workshop - click to enlarge by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    " Apocalypse Candy "





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    A7s + Batis 25
    Actually, this is my first longer shooting with this lens - from 11 to 2.30 am.
    Snow was falling all the time, finally in this year

    I'm starting to learn this focal length and more and more I like it


























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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    No doubt! That has more things going for it.
    Thanks Vivek and Anna. This was my third visit to Bixby Bridge. First time (2013), by the time I reached there it was already too dark, so I headed back. Second visit (2014), I could not make it in the evening due to other plans. Third time (Dec 2015), I finally made it for this shot.
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    Sony A7S, 55mm Zeiss f/1.8, ISO4000m 1/200sec
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    Lausanne, Palais de Rumine

    A7r + FE 24-70mm F4 @ 32mm

    Lausanne, place Chauderon - click to enlarge by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    A walk in the local woods this afternoon with the 58mm Minolta Rokkor all shot WO at F/1.2
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    'lobster claw' - an old (2014) a7r / FE 55 picture

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    I needed to mentally escape the drizzle, so tonight I processed a few shots from last winter in the American desert. Thanks for indulging me!


    A dynamic range.




    Cloudless.




    Feeling.

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    I like this first one, with the contrasting tones underlining the diagonal formed by the trees :

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    A walk in the local woods this afternoon with the 58mm Minolta Rokkor all shot WO at F/1.2
    3 image blended layers...BW Pseudo IR/Colour/Palladium toned


    ENLARGEMENT

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    I like this first one, with the contrasting tones underlining the diagonal formed by the trees :
    Thank you Annna, my wife also prefers that one out of the three ... It does have a stronger composition than the other two.
    Speaking personally the last one was more representative of what I was trying to achieve here on this particular occasion. I was obviously influenced by Kirk's earlier woodland scenes by choosing to use a fast standard FL lens shot WO for a slightly softer look as opposed to using conventional wisdom of stopping down the lens and getting everything in focus from near to far off. The close up images would have been crisper/sharper looking throughout without the natural WO F/1.2 lens vignette. I was trying to let the light just depict the new life lighter branches without the moss growing on them from the older parts of the tree by either waiting for the background to fall into shadow at the end of the day or by waiting patiently for a cloud to darken the background only and do its work naturally for me ...I used the pseudo IR layer to alter and intensify the O/A tonality of the images, which in turn gave me more separation of the lighter branches. The warmth from the palladium toning combined with the natural cooler colours kind of suited these images better IMO.

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    Doug just admit it!...you always have that lobster claw in your camera bag for whenever the occasion permits
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    Doug just admit it!...you always have that lobster claw in your camera bag for whenever the occasion permits
    I have a bag full of props with me at all times: claws, rocks, seaweed, shells, etc. It all comes in very handy.
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    One from King's Cross, London on a freezing cold night! A7RII FE55 1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucille View Post
    Sony A7R MII, 55mm Zeiss f/4m ISO6400, 1/125sec.
    "Is that a cigar in your hand, or are you just pleased to see me?".

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    'winter falls' - a7rII / Zeiss 135 APO

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    A few more images from Foggin Tor on Dartmoor from the other day.




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    From last week in Lausanne

    This is an elementary school. It is typical of the beginning of the XXth century. This particular style of architecture was named "style village suisse" (Swiss village style) in French and Heimatstil in German. It followed the historicism and Jugendstil of the XIXth century. It was characterized by the use of local construction material, local artisanal techniques and by these big roofs; it was based on the romantic aspiration to return to the simplicity of the village farms. Many public buildings were built in that style, particularly schools, but also apartments houses. That style marks the transition from historicism to modern art.

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    Lausanne, rue de la Barre - click to enlarge by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

    More about this architectural movement in French here :

    Heimatstil

    http://www.lasuissenexistepas.ch/dam...0625_revu.docx

    Or in German here :

    http://www.hls-dhs-dss.ch/textes/d/D11186.php

    (It's not n English, but with Google translate.. )
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    A very mossy tree

    Playing with a Nikon rangefinder lens from the 1950s

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    A7rII, 5cm Nikkor-S @ f1.4
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    [QUOTE=dwood;678101]'winter falls' - a7rII / Zeiss 135 APO

    Great shot, creamy, for me perfect tones and my favorite lens; thank you for sharing

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    'winter falls' - a7rII / Zeiss 135 APO

    Great shot, creamy, for me perfect tones and my favorite lens; thank you for sharing
    Thanks for the kind words, takomaru! I agree, the Zeiss 135 APO is a special lens.

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    Thanks for the kind words, takomaru! I agree, the Zeiss 135 APO is a special lens.
    I also have a couple of older 135's that draw very nice, Biotars and Angenieux, as 135 is my favorite top length; but this one is terrific, and so is your shot. Thank you,

    Takomaru
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    This morning in Golden Gate Park




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