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    Sony A7R MII, 55mm Zeiss f/1.8, ISO4000, 1/200sec.
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    " The Oriel II "

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    [QUOTE=takomaru;678133]
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    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,

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    Post a picture of your 135mm Biotar. If it exists, it is rare as a hen's tooth.
    A 135mm CARL ZEISS JENA BIOTAR does not exist .
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    A 135mm CARL ZEISS JENA BIOTAR does not exist .
    Sorry; this is not Biotar , but a Triotar. on Exatka mount. My bad

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    Sorry; this is not Biotar , but a Triotar. on Exatka mount. My bad
    Still, post pictures of your gear at least!

    FWIW, the longest useful Biotar I have seen in a 125mm lens weighing several kilo grams.

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    The first time I have had a need to use my Sony kit in a few weeks. The A7R and CZ24-70 are great for this kind of reportage.

    Removal of the lock gates from the Regent's Canal at Kentish Town Lock by the Canals and Rivers Trust while they ready the lock for new gates.



    Obviously, the lock has been dammed and drained prior to removal.


    The gates were lifted over the towpath to an area where they can be stored and taken away beside the canal.


    This is the smaller gate from the high water end of the lock.


    It looks like they are storing the paddles for use with the new gates.
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    'winter trees, snow, river reflections' - a7rII / Zeiss 135 APO

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    Difficult to post after the last two great pictures ! Nevertheless here is my more mundane contribution for this evening :

    Seen last week in Lausanne, rue de l'Université
    Sony A7r + FE 24-70mm F4 @ 67mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Difficult to post after the last two great pictures ! Nevertheless here is more mundane contribution :

    Seen last week in Lausanne, rue de l'Université
    Sony A7r + FE 24-70mm F4 @ 67mm
    Nice work, an excellent image.
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    Still, post pictures of your gear at least!

    FWIW, the longest useful Biotar I have seen in a 125mm lens weighing several kilo grams.
    I will, when I can figure out how to do it. I saw a 100 Biotar for sale recently at Kevin's camera; but now they are very expensive. I bought some old glass. modified to Nikon mount, quite a while ago. also from Kevin. Will post the photos. Sorry about the dumb error; it wasn't pretentious.

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    These probably appear a bit dark but the truth is the light was dim and fading fast by the time we got on the Galveston Ferry last evening. The sky looking east (away from the setting sun) was dim but lovely with amazing dusk colors. Most shots were out of focus...ferry was rocking, it was windy and cold with water splashing from the front of the ferry, etc but got a few decent shots using my A7RII with Zeiss/Sony 55 1.8 lens at iso 100. (last image was actually the first shot I took from the departure dock on Bolivar Peninsula. Light was little brighter but faded fast on trip over to Galveston).....Eleanor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    BLENCOMO




    Mr. Barry Haines; all your posts are fantastic; your BLENCOMO and your alternative processes. and your photographic work; I know I don't have to go back to Cornwall as I'd rather enjoy your well informed and documented great work. This is a terrific shot as the others posted with the 21 Loxia. I have been watching these very closely as it is my prime lens on my list, and no availability in Thailand yet. Thank you kindly, Takomaru
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    A7ii + Tele-Tessar T* 250mm F4.0 FE
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    There were better days... 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 takomaru View Post
    Mr. Barry Haines; all your posts are fantastic; your BLENCOMO and your alternative processes. and your photographic work; I know I don't have to go back to Cornwall as I'd rather enjoy your well informed and documented great work. This is a terrific shot as the others posted with the 21 Loxia. I have been watching these very closely as it is my prime lens on my list, and no availability in Thailand yet. Thank you kindly, Takomaru
    Thank you so much Takomaru for the very kind words
    Hopefully you (and seb) will get your 21mm Loxia lenses ticked off your list soon...It’s a marvellous little lens and well worthy of anybody’s A7 series camera bag.
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    Eleanor, glad you got your A7RII back, that was really quick!...Everything is looking just fine from this end judging from your excellent images taken from the other day...liked the spacing of the gulls in the last shot.
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    Jose, excellent shot from the 25mm Batis (Another great Zeiss lens ) we are truly spoilt for choices now!...Also many thanks for the Tenba Switch 10 camera bag info, that looks a real contender for me (light and roomy)
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    Pson, great action timing and you have really excellent manual focusing skills to capture pin sharp with such a long lens ...nice one
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    Doug, that can’t possibly be a river reflection it’s to perfect!...Just admit it you have a giant mirror tucked away with that lobster claw of yours
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    Annna, not mundane at all! - I like that image very much...The bottles do look precariously positioned though on their respective window ledges, not a building I would pass by underneath just in case of a gust of wind comes along
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you so much Takomaru for the very kind words
    Hopefully you (and seb) will get your 21mm Loxia lenses ticked off your list soon...It’s a marvellous little lens and well worthy of anybody’s A7 series camera bag.
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    Eleanor, glad you got your A7RII back, that was really quick!...Everything is looking just fine from this end judging from your excellent images taken from the other day...liked the spacing of the gulls in the last shot.
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    Jose, excellent shot from the 25mm Batis (Another great Zeiss lens ) we are truly spoilt for choices now!...Also many thanks for the Tenba Switch 10 camera bag info, that looks a real contender for me (light and roomy)
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    Pson, great action timing and you have really excellent manual focusing skills to capture pin sharp with such a long lens ...nice one
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    Doug, that can’t possibly be a river reflection it’s to perfect!...Just admit it you have a giant mirror tucked away with that lobster claw of yours
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    Annna, not mundane at all! - I like that image very much...The bottles do look precariously positioned though on their respective window ledges, not a building I would pass by underneath just in case of a gust of wind comes along
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    Lausanne, rue Pichard

    A7r + 24-70mm F4 @ 24mm 1/30 F4 ISO 100

    Mannequins in shop window - click to enlarge (20160113_161-Modifier-3a7ri) by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    Tres Atget

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post

    Doug, that can’t possibly be a river reflection it’s to perfect!...Just admit it you have a giant mirror tucked away with that lobster claw of yours
    It actually is a river but dead still in this tucked away piece near the shore. Good thing I took those trees with me though, huh Barry? They worked out quite nicely.
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    Right after the snow flurries Sunday at Lum's Pond State Park in New Castle County, DE




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    I thought wrongly that this scene was captured with the OMD E-M5 and posted it first in the wrong thread http://www.getdpi.com/forum/4-3rds-c...tml#post678286 (in August I broke the shutter of the A7r and remained without it for the rest of the month, hence my error).

    Here is another version less cropped : the lightning appears smaller in the picture, but one can see the constellation of the Great Bear above the clouds. I'm not sure which one is better : the wider view ? Or the cropped version ?

    It was shot with the A7r and 16-35mm at the wide end.

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    You captured this beautiful scene wonderfully, Annna! It's amazing the number of different lighting types that are on simultaneous display.

    Cheers.


    Here's one from late this afternoon, under dreary skies.


    Our time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I thought wrongly that this scene was captured with the OMD E-M5 and posted it first in the wrong thread http://www.getdpi.com/forum/4-3rds-c...tml#post678286 (in August I broke the shutter of the A7r and remained without it for the rest of the month, hence my error).

    Here is another version less cropped : the lightning appears smaller in the picture, but one can see the constellation of the Great Bear above the clouds. I'm not sure which one is better : the wider view ? Or the cropped version ?

    It was shot with the A7r and 16-35mm at the wide end.

    Summer storm in the Rhône valley (_20150807_061i.jpg) by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
    I prefer this version better than the cropped. This has so many things intertwined together. Very nice capture!

    San Antonio at night:

    ZM 15/2.8 and ZM 35/1.4 Combo:

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    Two campers in the desert at bedtime

    (Well, the thread says something about "fun.")

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    wonderfull!
    I prefer the uncropped version. Because the constellation fits perfectly into the picture and it's also a nice contrast to see the bottom of the valley. I would remove the dark corner in the upper right corner in photoshop. what was the shutterspeed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I thought wrongly that this scene was captured with the OMD E-M5 and posted it first in the wrong thread http://www.getdpi.com/forum/4-3rds-c...tml#post678286 (in August I broke the shutter of the A7r and remained without it for the rest of the month, hence my error).

    Here is another version less cropped : the lightning appears smaller in the picture, but one can see the constellation of the Great Bear above the clouds. I'm not sure which one is better : the wider view ? Or the cropped version ?

    It was shot with the A7r and 16-35mm at the wide end.

    Summer storm in the Rhône valley (_20150807_061i.jpg) by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    Hardy Heather....... A7RII FE55 1.8

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    A couple more from Lumiere London....... this is where the display began, King's Cross London. I went with the camera club but to be honest we wasted far too much time here, arriving far too early and waiting for too many people to turn up..... by which time I was frozen to the bone and in fact this was the least impressive area to see the light displays. We arrived in London before 3 pm and the actual event didn't start until 6.30. By 6 pm I was just too cold to carry on. If we had been moving it would've been fine but as it was we were just hanging around A7RII FE55 1.8 VSCO filter.

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    Downtown Miami. Sony A7RII + Canon 40mm 2.8



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    My first shot here.

    A7II and fe70-200.

    Two towers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    You captured this beautiful scene wonderfully, Annna! It's amazing the number of different lighting types that are on simultaneous display.
    Thank you ! Those A7r are wonderful for night photography : they are increasing what is visible, making subtles differences more evident.

    Quote Originally Posted by hiepphotog View Post
    I prefer this version better than the cropped. This has so many things intertwined together. Very nice capture!

    San Antonio at night:
    Thank you for offering your advice. I think that I like the larger version better too. The courthouse pictures are my favorite in your series of San Antonio.

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    wonderfull!
    I prefer the uncropped version. Because the constellation fits perfectly into the picture and it's also a nice contrast to see the bottom of the valley. I would remove the dark corner in the upper right corner in photoshop. what was the shutterspeed?
    Thank you Seb, you are right I could have taken that bit of roof in the corner away. As for the shooting settings : 30 sec. F4 @ ISO200.



    Here is a night picture taken with the A7r and FE 24-70mm @ 24mm; 1/10 sec. F4 ISO1600

    Lausanne, the Cathedral by night


    Lausanne Cathedral - click to enlarge (20160113_327a7r2i)
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    Taken this afternoon at Bude....”There and Back” this couple managed to cross the breakwater and remain bone dry
    A7RII +21mm Loxia






    So I thought I would give it a go ....I got half way and then....



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    I dunno, Barry, I think the surf gods may have been evening the score... They have long memories you know!


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    This young lady was making her way off of the beach at Newquay, when unexpectedly for her a rather large surf wave came in from out of the blue

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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    I dunno, Barry, I think the surf gods may have been evening the score... They have long memories you know!
    Tom, what a good memory you have...I had forgotten all about that one!
    I only got wet up to my knees, so I guess I shouldn't complain when I see her...but it was freezing cold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Tom, what a good memory you have...I had forgotten all about that one!
    I only got wet up to my knees, so I guess I shouldn't complain when I see her...but it was freezing cold!

    Another one from yesterday.




    Barry, great shots. What's that light beam to the left in your last image?
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    He's paying homage to the RX1rII.

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    Barry, great shots. What's that light beam to the left in your last image?
    Thanks Karl, I was doing a (ST/SW) JJ Abrams's I kind of liked it on this occasion
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    My first shot here.

    A7II and fe70-200.

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    Good to see you here Willem, welcome!
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    Another shop window for this evening : French Kiss. It was very dark when I took it, the night had already fallen.

    A7r2 plus FE 55mm F1.8 1/125 sec. F2.0 ISO125

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    ^^^ Love the shop window series... Very nice work, so by all means please keep 'em coming...
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    Anticrepuscular Rays






    Panorama with A7r2 + Batis 25/2 FE
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    'rebel' - a7rII / FE 90

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    "Shrimp Bokeh" - Batis 25 at minimum focus...


    A7Rm2, Batis 25, f/2, iso 1000
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    Very nice!
    I was thinking about "separation" as a title. Yours is better.

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