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

    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    "Sugarloaf" in the morning light as seen from my backyard.
    Sony A7RII/Sigma 35mm Art
    The Ute, what a spectacular (jaw-dropping) view you also have like Annna from your backyard...wonderful! ^^^
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    St Ives Lifeboat Station (Tonemapped and BLENCOMO treatment).
    A7RII + 90mm FE Macro
    Please click on Enlargement...Many thanks Barry.




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    ...

    Thanks Antonio, for all your comments, too. This information will help to get to a decision about switching brands. Much appreciated.

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    I'm a happy camper now.
    And that, of course, is the main thing!

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    This is for sure a Nostalgia Picture, but I don't know which is more appropriate: BW for era, or color for content?

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    A7rII, 50 f1.4 Planar (C/Y)
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    And just for variety, a What-Is-It? picture:

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    Same @ f1.4
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    Or how about Pastel Colors With No Content?

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    (Excuse the silliness – it's one of those marker birthdays when we're allowed to have some sort of crisis.)

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    Same
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    Two more from my morning walk.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Fun with fog banks.


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    I see that flickr compression wasn't overly kind to this image. But you get the idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    Fun with fog banks.


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    Excellent Tom. Thanks.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    From my window, works going on under the rain and a perilous climb


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    Wishing everyone a happy and prosperous New Year!
    7R2 with FE90 all wide open.








    Drive by shot from the car... 7R2 with Sigma 50mm ART @ f2.8, iso-6400, 1/15s
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    Mechanics
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    Thanks for the good wishes, same to you.. and I like this picture very much : the lines, the tones, the colors, everything.

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    Wishing everyone a happy and prosperous New Year!
    7R2 with FE90 all wide open.

    Drive by shot from the car... 7R2 with Sigma 50mm ART @ f2.8, iso-6400, 1/15s
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    Some handheld low light shots of St Ives with the 90mm Macro G, an all round fantastic lens IMHO.
    I will be amazed if the new 85mm G Master can out resolve the 90mm G at F2.8 and upwards (close up, mid distance and far off), we shall have to wait and see







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    I really don't have a clue but I will play
    Is is a cutlery cabinet
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    Darned if I know. Another guess was shoeshine box. Maybe if you buy one you get to decide what it's for?

    While we're at it, here's another from the same day that does'nt quite make sense:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Some handheld low light shots of St Ives with the 90mm Macro G, an all round fantastic lens IMHO.
    I will be amazed if the new 85mm G Master can out resolve the 90mm G at F2.8 and upwards (close up, mid distance and far off), we shall have to wait and see







    Kirk, Re: What is it?
    I really don't have a clue but I will play
    Is is a cutlery cabinet

    Thanks Barry. Excellent shots. My 90mm Macro G is a gem to keep as well.
    Nevertheless, it's good to have choices and find out more about the 85mm G Master...
    ... for the sake of satisfying my curiosity, if nothing else.

    No doubt, somebody will compare the 85mm G Master with the 85 Batis soon.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    I have tons of unscanned color negatives films sleeping on the shelves and I'm always trying to find new ways to speed up things. Today I experimented with a new LED light table (Dörr LP 400) and the FE 90mm macro. I have a hard time finding the right color balance and taking the orange color mask away. But finally found a workflow that doesn't do wonder but can work.

    The light table is 5000K (+ or - 200k), so I set the white balance of the camera to that temperature. I frame quite larger than the picture, so that I keep enought unexposed emulsion around the picture itself : it is light orange and I use that in LR to set the WB with the eyedropper. I noted that it usually falls between 2700 and 2750K with the green/magenta slider near zero. Then I make a quick trip to PS in order to invert the colors and take the orange mask away (Ctrl I, Ctrl S and Ctrl W and back to LR). There I adjust the tones etc... I'm quite deceived by the sharpness I can get. The A7r2 42MB are clearly outresolving the film and the whole isn't looking sharp. I was getting better results with the Canon 6D. May be that I should try more aggressive settings for clarity, sharpening and compensate with drastic noise reduction. Anyway.. here is the best example of what I could get.

    Dents du Midi as seen from Champery, November 2000.

    Contax G2 and Zeiss Contax G 90mm F2.8 "scanned" with the A7r2 and FE 90mm F2.8 macro.


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    Sorry its another snapshot from me.


    A7S + SEL35F28Z
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    Pe-pe, A7R2, Canon 40mm, Downtown Miami.

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    Couple from the old pioneer town of Grafton.
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    A7R MII, 55mm Zeiss f/1.8, ISO8000, 1/125sec.
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    Happy Birthday Garland w/ A7RII/Biotar 50mm F1.4

    Sony A7RII + Pre-War Zeiss Biotar 50mm F1.4 M-Mount w/ built in Rangefinder Mechanism @ F1.4
    Eye Focus w/ MF + Manual Hand Tracking



    Happy Birthday Garland w/ 645Z/Planar T* 110mm F2.0 F

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    " Power Arena "







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    A7r + sigma 12-24mm

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    Two more from my trip to Grafton.
    A7RII/Sigma 35mm Art
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    From my window, working in the rain. None of them was wearing a helmet, yet the truck/crane was moving rocks and stones just above their heads. I found that insecure and certainly not conform to the labour law.

    A7r2 with FE 70-200mm F4


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    From my window, working in the rain. Nine of them was wearing a helmet, yet the truck/crane was moving rocks and stones just above their heads. I found that insecure and certainly not conform to the labour law.
    Annna, I agree, but if you look at the size of the rock in the "claw" in your shot I wonder what good a hard hat would do when it would drop out and falls on top of a person. So hard hats should be mandatory for a job like this, but it's even more important to always keep a safe distance from the path of the rocks overhead and never walk under it. Risk mitigation measures should really be a function of the consequence of something going wrong (in this case probably a fatality) and not based on the low probability of it happening (it never happened to me before ).
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    A7RII + FE 90mm f2.8 Macro; @1/25 / f8.0 / ISO 65535

    Visiting my sister and her family in Toronto over Thanksgiving, my nephews sitting in front of a fire (the room was very, very dark), silent shutter on so they wouldn't notice, crop mode to get a little closer, ISO 65,535...SIXTY-FIVE-THOUSAND. Sure, the picture is noisy, but the idea of shotting at ISO 65000 and getting something usable is still baffling to me.

    Off topic, but I have to say what a pleasure it is to visit this forum, it's an oasis from the insanity and tribalism that's all too present on other photography sites. Lively discussions, but always respectful, wonderful and inspiring images, and even a relative beginner like myself can feel welcome. I think it's a credit to Guy and Jack, and all the good folks here. Alright, enough a** kissing for today

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    A7Rm2, FE90, ISO 6400, f/9
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    From a walk in the center of the city

    A7r2 plus 90mm F2.8 @ F6.3 1/125e ISO100


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    'family portrait' - a7rII / FE 55

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    Sony A7S, 35mm f/2.8 Zeiss, ISO5000, 1/125sec.
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    Just out to the backyard this morning. A7R2 + 40mm Canon

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    Red and blue.

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    From friday night in North Park, San Diego. The sign is maybe 100 ft from my apartment. Taken with A7R2 + canon 24mm TSE II.


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    A7RII, Zeiss 16-35mm ISO 400 f11. Three shot (+/- 2 stops each) HDR bracket with monopod. The continuous bracket with the A7RII seems to work with a monopod: images line up fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
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    Nice work, Dave. IMO looks better/great with neutral frame...
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    Nice work, Dave. IMO looks better/great with neutral frame...
    Thank you Jim: I think I also like the simulated grey frame better.
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    'barn door and windows, winter' - a7rII / FE 55

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    A7R MII, 28mm f/2.2, ISO100, 1/125sec.
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    Café "Le Boulevard", Place du Midi, Sion

    A7rII and 55mm F1.8


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    The bird feeder.
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    In January, I spent a total of 15 days in Ethiopia. This is my second trip to cover those areas I did not visit during my first trip in April 2014. Here are a few images, more to follow.

    A7r2 w/FE55.














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    One of the highlights during this trip was to observe the celebration of Timkat or Epiphany. This is celebrated throughout Ethioipia and is one of the 2 major festivals in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church's calender. There is a procession during the first day as the replicas of the Ark of the Covenant are brought out from the churches. Thousands of Ethioipian lined the streets to join in the singing, chanting and dancing. On the second day, after the priests have blessed the pool, the real activity began.

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    Well, we are flooded in for the second day in a row, and cannot leave our home, so I decided to process some images I shot a week or so ago. A7RII Zeiss 16~35mm lens at 16mm ISO 400 f11. Another HDR three shot sequence on monopod, 2 stops over, 2 stops under, one per meter. The auto bracket works very well with monopod....the image alignment is perfect at actual pixels.
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    I've been this last weekend in Guarda, Portugal, for carnival.

    Here's some random shots I made on the city. I used mostly the Sony 35mm 2.8 and the Batis 85mm, but also the Sony 55 and the 16-35. I also took the 70-200 but used it less.





    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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    From last January. The building with the bulbed roof in the background was constructed for the first bank of the state, I learned that recently. It was built in the XIXth century. In the sixties and seventies, it became a library where we used to work for our exams. Now it is a place where the state's archives can be consulted.

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    Merrivale to Foggin Tor
    This would be a fantastic area on Dartmoor to film Sherlock Holmes “The Hound of the Baskervilles”
    In fact about 3 miles due East of here, lies the swampy land known as Fox Tor Mires. This is said to have been the inspiration for the fictional Grimpen Mire in the novel "The Hound of the Baskervilles" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This wide expanse of peat bog continues to be dangerous to walkers, especially after heavy rain.... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_Tor



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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Merrivale to Foggin Tor... [snip]
    Barry, I hope that late at night in the back room you are busy culling your outstanding body of work into the book we all know you have in you...

    And as soon as you're ready to go, please send me the pre-order link.

    Seriously...
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    Another anthropomorphic tree –

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