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    Fishing Fleet at Looe returning home with their catch of the day.
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    Woman and a man.

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    " First Snow II "







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    Lonely walk

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    A7Rii + Summilux-R 50mm E60 ROM
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    Design District Miami. Sony A7R1 + Canon 24-70/4

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    A return to Looe Pier with the 21mm Loxia (BLENCOMO)



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    Here are two from late this afternoon. Apologies for the cliché!


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    Different worlds.

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    A7Rii + Hasselblad 60-120mm F4.8 FE @ 90mm and @ F11
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    From my window (the other side, the yard's side)

    A7r2 plus Metabones v. IV plus Canon EF 70-200mm F4 @ 127mm F11 ISO 80 and 1/160 sec. (Mad settings I know, but I rushed not to miss it and the body was still set for the TSE 24mm on tripod..
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    Today's offering at the market. A7r-FS CC + CV 15mmIII

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    Picture taken with A7rII, though of my Leica :-)


    DSC02180 by Steve, on Flickr

    To be honest, the A7rII is a bear to drive in this weather.. AF picks up flurrying snow in the air & misses focus on subject / EVF ices up and isn't useable / LCD works but hard to judge manual focus..
    A larger EVF cup or LCD hood would have been useful..
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    'lake ice' - a7rII / FE 90

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    A bit of snow today ... A7II, Canon 70-200/2.8L, SilverFX



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    PS: I was cursing the slow response of the A7II//Canon/Metabones - it would focus, but just not take a shot - when I noticed that the camera was set on 2 second delay. User error....
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    From this evening, where it's not quite as white outside...


    Ever greener.


    For those who are interested, this was taken at Westwood Lake Park on Vancouver Island - a roughly 100-year-old local reservoir that many people forget was entirely man-made.
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    Sony A7rII & FE35/2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by sjg284 View Post
    To be honest, the A7rII is a bear to drive in this weather.. AF picks up flurrying snow in the air & misses focus on subject / EVF ices up and isn't useable / LCD works but hard to judge manual focus..
    A larger EVF cup or LCD hood would have been useful..
    Steve, when I have problems autofocusing the A7RII I with to Focus Peak. Works great, I use the Mid + Yellow. Try it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    From my window (the other side, the yard's side)

    A7r2 plus Metabones v. IV plus Canon EF 70-200mm F4 @ 127mm F11 ISO 80 and 1/160 sec. (Mad settings I know, but I rushed not to miss it and the body was still set for the TSE 24mm on tripod..
    Great composition Annna! And the deep DOF works well.
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    A7S and batis25.
    All at F2



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    Yup, I have focus peaking on permanently & red.

    However in low-contrast environments (a blizzard) I found it to still be hit or miss

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    Steve, when I have problems autofocusing the A7RII I with to Focus Peak. Works great, I use the Mid + Yellow. Try it!
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    Great composition Annna! And the deep DOF works well.
    Nice photo of "Jacob's Ladder".
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    Those of you that have seen my posts know I do seascapes. We live on a barrier island off the southern coast of NJ (USA). We just got hit with a massive "Nor'easter" blizzard snow storm. Where we live the snow was not the problem. With a full moon, and three consecutive high tides, the island is flooded. Because of the gale force winds, the bays do not empty at low tide, so the water accumulates. We lost power for 9 hours yesterday, but we now have it back. I used my A7RII at ISO 8,000 and 10,000 to snap a few low res jpgs to show what it looks like from our balcony, looking at our parking lot and street. I also used my cell phone to show how we attempted to make tea during the power outage. It is a candle andg a ceramic bowl. The support is a 35mm Nikor stainless steel film developing reel (remember those?).
    We just had another high tide so we are still unable to get out of our home. It is OK though, as we have a big supply of white wine!
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    Great composition Annna! And the deep DOF works well.
    Wow! Thank you Michiel. I'm never sure of my framing. In retrospect I wondered whether I shouldn't have cropped some of the white wall on the left side and got rid of the background on the top..

    I'm OK with the DOF (I like it deep), but I should have upped the ISO a little in order to have a faster speed (my hands aren't very steady), but the OSS of the Canon lens did a good job in this case.

    I almost took it down to replace it with that cropped version and would be curious to know which version people prefer :

    From my window reframed 20160122_001
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    Annna, for what it's worth I also prefer the original framing. To me, it's as if the person is climbing for a better view! Also, the similar shapes of the shadows (bottom) and peaks really tie the image together. Its a very thoughtful image!
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    Old Winkelmann baby grand Piano Detail, A7RII, 90mm G OSS macro, 30 secs, F/13 ISO 125 natural light + fill flash to lighten shadows, reduced saturation.

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    I also have a hard time settling on framing - I really must look at the edges of the image *before* capture. Anyway, my wife prefers this crop:



    I'm unsure. I do think there's too much blank space between the walkers and the post in the earlier version, but I like the post as an element. Content aware move?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    From my window (the other side, the yard's side)

    A7r2 plus Metabones v. IV plus Canon EF 70-200mm F4 @ 127mm F11 ISO 80 and 1/160 sec. (Mad settings I know, but I rushed not to miss it and the body was still set for the TSE 24mm on tripod..


    Hi Annna, definitely this version! Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Wow! Thank you Michiel. I'm never sure of my framing. In retrospect I wondered whether I shouldn't have cropped some of the white wall on the left side and got rid of the background on the top..

    I almost took it down to replace it with that cropped version :
    While both are nice I also prefer the original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Wow! Thank you Michiel. I'm never sure of my framing. In retrospect I wondered whether I shouldn't have cropped some of the white wall on the left side and got rid of the background on the top..

    I almost took it down to replace it with that cropped version :

    From my window reframed 20160122_001
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    Oh no, I would never crop off the top! The hard roofline together with background make the image uneasy and surreal. If you want to crop I should crop off some of the shadows on the downside of the image, just above the third sport of the ladder to square the image a little to put more emphasis on the slightly diagonal roofline.
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    That looks quite serious.. Thanks for sharing these impressive pictures with us. Be safe. Finger crossed for you that it won't last too long.

    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Those of you that have seen my posts know I do seascapes. We live on a barrier island off the southern coast of NJ (USA). We just got hit with a massive "Nor'easter" blizzard snow storm. Where we live the snow was not the problem. With a full moon, and three consecutive high tides, the island is flooded. Because of the gale force winds, the bays do not empty at low tide, so the water accumulates. We lost power for 9 hours yesterday, but we now have it back. I used my A7RII at ISO 8,000 and 10,000 to snap a few low res jpgs to show what it looks like from our balcony, looking at our parking lot and street. I also used my cell phone to show how we attempted to make tea during the power outage. It is a candle andg a ceramic bowl. The support is a 35mm Nikor stainless steel film developing reel (remember those?).
    We just had another high tide so we are still unable to get out of our home. It is OK though, as we have a big supply of white wine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I almost took it down to replace it with that cropped version and would be curious to know which version people prefer :
    Hmmmm. Well, I too thought it would improve with cropping; but definitely not from the top! I want to crop from the bottom as the 'weight' of the bottom shadow drains the theatrical interplay of ladder climber, his shadow, and the distant hills.

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    Oh no, I would never crop off the top! The hard roofline together with background make the image uneasy and surreal. If you want to crop I should crop off some of the shadows on the downside of the image, just above the third sport of the ladder to square the image a little to put more emphasis on the slightly diagonal roofline.
    Thank you ! Your helping comment is much appreciated, I don't have much visual education : I'm specialized in urban studies and begun to take pictures in the mid nineties in order to counterbalance a scientific job where I was dealing mainly with statistical data.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    I also have a hard time settling on framing - I really must look at the edges of the image *before* capture. Anyway, my wife prefers this crop:

    I'm unsure. I do think there's too much blank space between the walkers and the post in the earlier version, but I like the post as an element. Content aware move?

    --Matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    My uninformed advice is that I prefer the first version with the lamppost.
    Thank you! I also prefer your image uncropped.

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    Hi Gurtch. Good to read that you're keeping up the good spirits! It does look rather serious though. I hope for you the water does not get into your house.
    All the best and cheers I would say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Those of you that have seen my posts know I do seascapes. We live on a barrier island off the southern coast of NJ (USA). We just got hit with a massive "Nor'easter" blizzard snow storm. Where we live the snow was not the problem. With a full moon, and three consecutive high tides, the island is flooded. Because of the gale force winds, the bays do not empty at low tide, so the water accumulates. We lost power for 9 hours yesterday, but we now have it back. I used my A7RII at ISO 8,000 and 10,000 to snap a few low res jpgs to show what it looks like from our balcony, looking at our parking lot and street. I also used my cell phone to show how we attempted to make tea during the power outage. It is a candle andg a ceramic bowl. The support is a 35mm Nikor stainless steel film developing reel (remember those?).
    We just had another high tide so we are still unable to get out of our home. It is OK though, as we have a big supply of white wine!
    Dave in NJ
    That was quite a storm. My sister and her family live just outside of D.C. They got 30" of snow. The flooding you show here is much worse than just having to deal with snow, of course. I hope you and all in your family are okay.
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    Winter evening image of my town's new "Centre d'Art".
    (A7II, Sony Zeiss 16-35mm f4)


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    The sun actually came out this afternoon, although still well below freezing. Inlet to Cayuga Lake at Steamboat Landing is tightly frozen up now for the winter. A7r-FS CV 15mm III CC filter.



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    Dave, when I saw on the news here in Va. that once again your area (island) in New Jersey one again was going to be subject to floods and high tides, I thought, "oh no" not again when the devistating memories of Hurricane Sandy were fresh in your memory and the struggles of rebuilding your home were finially realized. As mentioned by others, we had a terrific amount of snow from this storm but it pales to what you have to endure.

    Be well my friend and stay safe and keep that film developing tank nearby .

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    'hole in the ice' - a7rII / Zeiss 135 APO

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

    Captured with my newly acquired 24-70 this evening.

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

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    If you have a minute, can you outline how you worked with lighting on this shot?

    I recently acquired an A7R-II after selling my Sony A99, and am trying to configure some mobile lighting solutions.

    I have a model portfolio shoot later today, and a wedding on Saturday. Any thoughts would be welcome.

    BTW, I am just north of you in the Palm Harbor, Tampa area.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    If you have a minute, can you outline how you worked with lighting on this shot?

    I recently acquired an A7R-II after selling my Sony A99, and am trying to configure some mobile lighting solutions.

    I have a model portfolio shoot later today, and a wedding on Saturday. Any thoughts would be welcome.

    BTW, I am just north of you in the Palm Harbor, Tampa area.

    - Marc
    There was a long thread going on concerning flash with the A7 system. May be some info will be useful for you too :

    A7rII - Nissin Di700a /Godox AD360 Systems wireless flash
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    I agree with Anna. The Nissin Di700A + Air 1, which is available as a kit, works very well and supports high speed sync off-camera. This is what I used as fill flash for the piano detail shot a few messages back. Thr Air 1 supports multiple Di700A's
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