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    A7r2 + TechArt Pro LM-EA7 AF adapter + Choppy - the Voigtlander Super Wide-Heliar 15mm f/4.5 Aspherical III Lens with VM Mount and petals expertly chopped off with a Dremel by Guy Mancuso.
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    Here is something more spectacular than my "Unremarkable boroughs" series.

    This week-end I paid a visit to the alpine village of Hérémence (altitude 1230m). This isn't a ski/mountain resort offering holidays flats and attracting tourist, but a typical alpine village. On its territory was built one of the largest dam in the Alps for the generation of electricity; the works lasted a little less than 10 years (in the fifties and sixties) and involved up to 3'000 workers. The financial resources of the community improved due to the revenue of the concession given to the power producers. And the community was proud of its large concrete dam and not afraid by modernity, on the contrary. In the sixties they decided to build a new church and they wanted a modern one. With the bishop they opened an architecture challenge, which was won by Walter Maria Förderer, who was mainly active in the German speaking part of Switzerland until then. He had learned sculpture, but not being able to live from it, he started a stage with the architect Herman Baur who was mainly working for religious architecture.

    Even if the minds were more open to modernism and progress in the sixties, the erection of that church stirred up quite a controversy, between the traditionalists and the modernist. Here some pictures of it; in fact it is not only a church, but also offers several facilities for the community, like a library, several meeting rooms and even a post offfice :

    All three were shot with Canon 24mm TSE lens, but mine is the first version and it is less sharp than what I get with the TSE 45mm or 90mm. I had flare problems too. But It is quite lighter and smaller than the second version.. so I'm not sure whether I should update or not.


    Church by Förderer, Hérémence - 20160507_316a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr


    Church by Förderer, Hérémence - 20160507_118a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr


    Church by Förderer, Hérémence - 20160507_241a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr


    You can see more pictures of this church and its context at my Flickr account in the album entitled "architecture".

    And if you read German, you can read more about Förderer here : http://www.swiss-architects.com/page...13_wmfoerderer and here : https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_F%C3%B6rderer

    BTW, I'm still working on the series "unremarkable boroughs", but was using the Olympus OMD E-M5, so the pictures are in the MFT forum, in the fun with Olympus OMD thread.
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    Anna, thanks for sharing the history behind that intriguing structure! I like your first capture the best.


    Here's another one from the American midwest, this time at a small airport and "planned aviation community." The buildings in the photo are actual homes with airplane hangers BUILT INTO THEM! Bizarre.



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    On this weekend I made a stop in the village Romaintmôtier. It's a small village in the Jura Vaudoise with an old Abbey and the oldest romanic church in Switzerland. Beside the church the House of the Prior was build in the 13th-century. It was
    designed to host important guests. Today there is a small restaurant inside and you can rent rooms for occasions. The Jura itself is a beautiful hilly landscape with a lot of farms and horses. More pictures from this visit on flickr (the best are already here ).
    (all with A7RII and loxia21, except the one with the horses (85GM))











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    Yosemite Falls
    A7 + 55mm f1.8

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    " Cathedral "





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    The weather here has been really crappy for the last two weeks...rainy, cold, grey and miserable. My injured lower back has gotten me down, so my wife Sharon dragged me out of the house, because I was becoming a grouchy old man (well, more so than usual). To cheer me up, she took me to Mott's Creek (lunch) then to Oyster Creek to see if there were any photo opps. In spite of the weather, I managed to get a "keeper". Here it is. A7RII 16-35mm FE lens, 3 shot HDR with camera braced on railing.
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    From my trip in Hérémence last week-end. Some architectural details of the church of Förderer :

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 45mm F2.8 @ F16 1/100 ISO200


    Church by Förderer, Hérémence - 20160507_151a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    Still in Hérémence :

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 90mm F2.8 @ F11 1/60 ISO100


    Hérémence - 20160507_278a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    'Ram Island Light, lifting fog' - a7rII / FE 35/1.4

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    Two creepy landscapes – I might re-post them for Halloween.

    (More of my Mitakon Follies)

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    A portrait of the biggest eucalyptus tree in Tilden Park, Berkeley.

    Or maybe just the fattest.

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    This evening I'll show you how the Förderer's Church in Hérémence is integrated with the rest of the village.

    First the square in front of the church entrance and a look toward the next building, a school built around the same time as the church.



    The church square, Hérémence - 20160507_257a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    The street at the bottom of the church. The building standing at the right before the church is a school. It is a mix of wood (aka the ubiquitous local material) and concrete.

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 90mm


    at the bottom of the church, Hérémence - 20160507_405a7r2i by hhh rrr, sur Flickr
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    And finally, the typical postcard view of Hérémence : the church walls and stairs on the left and bottom, the typical wood houses in the middle and in the top right corner a famous mountain the "Dent Blanche" (the white tooth); it is more than 4300m high and highly coveted by experimented mountain climbers.

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 45mm


    Hérémence with the Dent Blanche in the background - 20160507_097a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    Amsterdam, Zuidas
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    Rue de l'église, Hérémence

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 24mm F3.5 (first version)

    Rue de l'église, Hérémence - 20160507_306a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    a7r | FE 4/16-35mm @ 19mm
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    Energypolis and the Haut-de-Cry, Rue de l'industrie, Sion

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 90mm F2.8

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    a7r | FE 4/16-35mm @ 22mm
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    " Dancing Reed "





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    Some shots around the house with the Pentax-A 28/2 I recently bought. In case I might buy the Pentax-K in a weak moment.
    The image quality of that camera is stirring things up for that price
    Pentax/Ricoh do know how to get the maximum out of Sony sensors, I did notice that with the Ricoh GRX and people who have a GR do know all about it.
    (BTW I am not a troll )


    First @ F 11 or 8 and the second wide open. I like the lens a lot.
    This is on my A7r (the same sensor, I believe)





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    Sony A7S, 25mm Zeiss Batis f/2, ISO100, 1/2500sec.
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    I remember those! Something for a teen to wish for. And it looks even nicer than new.

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    A7M2 mod Batis 18mm
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    Pentax-A 28/2 on A7r in our village.

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    Owls were in the neighborhood and captured in Ultraviolet.

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    Nice, Vivek! They seem quite large.
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    Back from a trip to Utah, Arizona and Nevada. One A7 + one A7ii. Very impressed with the IBIS in A7ii. Both performed like champs in dust and rain.

    This series with A7/A7ii + Leica APO Elmarit 180.

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    Grand Canyon:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ario Arioldi View Post
    A7M2 mod Batis 18mm
    Thanks Ario.
    Which version is your mod?
    Are there any native FE lenses that perform worse on the mod than on the stock camera? TIA.
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    This is version II. I have not seen any evident degradation but usually I do not use the modified version with native lenses. I have also unmodified A7RII and A7s to be used with the native lenses.
    The only problem I encounter sometime with the mod version is the erratic white balance: I have a self made profile but that does not solve the issue.
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    Thanks Ario.
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    Santa Cruz, California

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    Lac de Joux (evening and morning) (A7RII + Loxia 21/2.8) and Grotte de Vallorbes (A7RII + Sony FE 55/1.8)







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    SONY A7II both images with ZE 1,8 55mm at F=8 .

    A new topic ? ? ? Quarries and gravel pits ? ? ?


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    Couple of IR Panoramas I took (Color and B&W) a couple weeks ago.

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    'birch grove' - a7rII / Zeiss Milvus 50/1.4

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    An other one from the same day . A7II FE 1,8 55mm at f8 . I love the old (older) tank equipment .
    I have seen newer "plants" which look far too clean and almost unused .

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    Vertical shot cropped square

    it's a small wonder michiel and i didn't ever met ...
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    Prize question : How to find my bike .
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    Everyday this old, retired Ethiopian priest walks several hundred steps up a hill slope to reach this church inside a cave, Lalibela. A7R w/FE55

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    Evening at Changi Boardwalk, Singapore. Smooth reflection @256 shots. A7R2 w/Leica 19mm Elmarit-R


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    Quote Originally Posted by nsng View Post
    Everyday this old, retired Ethiopian priest walks several hundred steps up a hill slope to reach this church inside a cave, Lalibela. A7R w/FE55

    Awesome shot. Great subject and composition. Works well as a B/W.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

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    Prize question : How to find my bike .
    This is near a train station and you see often people searching for their bikes including myself

    @ Bart; Sometimes I see other photographers wandering around on the Zuidas and I think, may be that's Bart
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

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