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

    Two new from Zurich:

    Overview from the Hönggerberg toward the lake at sunset (loxia21, a7RII):

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    And the view back to Höngg from the river Limmat in the morning (85GM, a7RII):

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    A7RII, Zeiss 16~35 FE lens at f11, ISO 640, three shot HDR 2 stops apart using Auto Bracket and Monopod.
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    Thanks Barry. A terrific image. I like the composition, colors, the roof, the waiting gulls... How often do they land fish there? TIA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Barry. A terrific image. I like the composition, colors, the roof, the waiting gulls... How often do they land fish there? TIA.
    Many thanks Karl, It's pretty much in constant use with a couple of boats toing and froing with their catch throughout the day (fishing about a 1/2 mile out at sea)...Just out of site on the right hand side was the fresh fish stall but I believe a lot of the decent fish goes up to London (fine dining restaurants)...Cheers Barry
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    From the series hydroelectric plants and energy. This is the plant of Bramois. It is a small plant that was built a little more than hundred years ago. Access to take pictures is difficult : the plant lies at the end of a road and the public can't enter. You can't walk around it because there is a steep slope. About the only way to get pictures is from the other side of the creek, but the vegetation is blocking the view most of the time.
    My other frustration is that there was an open doors event on Saturday but I couldn't go because of family obligations. I just learned that they are changing all the internal equipment : the turbines etc.. A new one had already been installed, so the public could admire the new one standing along the older ones. I'm really unhappy that I couldn't drop there and see the interior of the plant. This event is what pushed me to start this series, along with the fact that electric energy is one of the main subject of political debate here.

    The plant in context


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    Note the penstock leading the water down to the turbines.


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    A nearer view


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    Another shot taken today...Caerhayes Castle
    A7RII + FE 55mm Sonnar (Tonemapped/Splitoned/BLENCOMO)



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    Light and Mist, Daeng Plateau, Central Java, Indonesia. A7r2 w/Leica 35-70 Vario-Elmar-R

    This highland region has rich volcanic soil and one of the main crops is tobacco. At about 4.00 am in the morning, I walked up a rather steep slope to see and shoot the sunrise. Unfortunately, it was too cloudy that morning . Later during our drive around this area, I saw this layer of mist covering part of a lake and hill. From a slightly elevated viewpoint, I switched to APSC mode to frame this shot and even then I had to crop a bit.

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    " All In One "





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    St Mawes Castle - St Mawes Castle | English Heritage
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    The powder keg room – A7RII + FE 16-35mm

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    I finally decided to give the FE 90 a try!


    Highways.


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    Quai de la Vièze, Monthey (a small town in Valais, where the chemical industry has big plants).

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 45mm F2.8


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    I finally decided to give the FE 90 a try!

    Highways.
    Beautiful colors and tones and this lens suits you well apparently.
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    I like this powderkeg very much : the lighting is perfect as is your composition. Make me want to be there, beautiful place.

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    St Mawes Castle - St Mawes Castle | English Heritage
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    The powder keg room – A7RII + FE 16-35mm

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    Thanks Anna! Here's a silly one taken with the same combination. The FE 90 is a great lens. It's not as distortion free as my Minolta AF 100mm macro, or capable of producing as beautiful bokeh as my vintage Tokina 90mm F2.5 macro, but I'm still keeping it. Its nice to have a native option with modern coatings and OSS!


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    Tom, Excellent images ^^^ You put the FE 90mm to good use with both of those shots.
    Annna, many thanks, glad you liked it BTW...St Mawes Castle has a facsimile on the other side of the River Fal that is almost identical.
    Pendennis Castle http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/v...dennis-castle/
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    Got my first Contarex yesterday. Still haven't done any test yet, only a few snaps after my breakfast today. A kind of classic lens, I think. This may be a lens with 3D rendering to bring out main subject without relying too much on bokeh.

    Contarex 50/2

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    " Strahlenburg Strahlend "





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    ND64 Filter + SR 64 shots x 1/3 sec = 21 sec exp.
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    Fantastic, Werner!
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    [QUOTE=W.Utsch;693588][CENTER]" Strahlenburg Strahlend "





    Strahlenburg Strahlend by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

    [B]ND64 Filter + SR 64 shots x 1/3 sec = 21 sec exp.
    BW + Duotone: PS CC, LR CC

    I don't much like architectural type shots but I have to say that one is just off the charts good.
    Very spooky and at the same time beautiful.
    Looks like the background shot for a Frankenstein movie.
    It's unique enough that you should enter it into some contest.
    It might just be a winner.
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    Just wanted to say there have been some really great photos posted here lately.
    Exceptionally so.
    And to say how much I appreciated people sharing them.
    No need to go into the names.
    You know who you are.
    Please keep it up.
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    I would be very happy to understand all this .

    ND64 Filter + SR 64 shots x 1/3 sec = 21 sec exp.
    BW + Duotone: PS CC, LR CC
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    I would be very happy to understand all this .

    ND64 Filter + SR 64 shots x 1/3 sec = 21 sec exp.
    BW + Duotone: PS CC, LR CC
    Jürgen....If I may be so bold and take a guess as I believe Werner did something very similar earlier within this thread...very effectively I might just add
    Attach a 6 stop ND (ND64) filter to your lens and using the smooth reflection (Playmemories App) take 64 images at 1/3 sec at F9
    64 images at a 1/3 sec is actually..... 21 1/3 secs not 21 secs
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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Got my first Contarex yesterday. Still haven't done any test yet, only a few snaps after my breakfast today. A kind of classic lens, I think. This may be a lens with 3D rendering to bring out main subject without relying too much on bokeh.

    Contarex 50/2

    [IMG]_DSC5867.jpg by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr[/IMG]
    The exif for this image indicates that it was taken using a CV 15mm f/4.5 Heliar III. ?
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    90mm Macro G arrived today.
    Was fiddling with it while watching the Cubs game.
    This is one of our two cats.
    1/30, f2.8, ISO 200 I think I'll like this lens.

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    Rue de la Cretta, Monthey

    A7rm2 and Sony FE 28mm F2


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    Petit Théâtre de la Vièze, Monthey

    Among all the clutter and chaos of contemporary cities, I found that scene refreshing in its simplicity.

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 45mm F2.8


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    I'm sorry if it's a spam. I didn't have any super wide angle at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    The exif for this image indicates that it was taken using a CV 15mm f/4.5 Heliar III. ?
    I don't why but probably I did synchronize this image with the one taken with CV in library or LR automatically set up tag when I imported images. Either my error or LR shortcomings. Thanks for bringing this up. I'll have to look into it and make necessary correction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Jürgen....If I may be so bold and take a guess as I believe Werner did something very similar earlier within this thread...very effectively I might just add Attach a 6 stop ND (ND64) filter to your lens and using the smooth reflection (Playmemories App) take 64 images at 1/3 sec at F9 64 images at a 1/3 sec is actually..... 21 1/3 secs not 21 secs Cheers Barry ___________________________ The Legend of Brentor Church A7RII + FE 90mm
    Thank you very much Barry for your explanation . Actually Werner should do that . I have looked up the description of the PLAYMEMORIES APP for smooth reflection . For me all that is too much software in a camera . Especially SONY . Ohhhh , how simple is the LEICA Q handling in comparison . That reminds me of using my HASSELBLAD (V-SYSTEM) . All you need is a lightmeter , set distance , aperture and shutter speed and some filters . Not much different , if you use a digital back , as I do . Good old equipment will slow down your photography but will eventually give you more satisfaction .
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    Traditional Indomesian gong maker. A7r2 w/FE55

    The traditional Indonesian gong maker factory is a fascinating place. The large piece of metal, I think it is bronze, is heated to red hot and then removed from the furnace and manually shaped by repeated blows with hammers and mallets. This is repeated many times. This factory is small, dark, hot and very dusty. As air is blown into the furnace, sparks and flame leaped upward. The working condition is very unhealthy and dangerous. The workers do not have safety shoes, protective clothing, masks or safety glasses.







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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    The exif for this image indicates that it was taken using a CV 15mm f/4.5 Heliar III. ?
    Hi Carl:

    Finally I find out what was the culprit. It's the camera firmware glitch. All legacy lenses that used will have lens metadata as the previously installed FE mount lens. For example if I mounted 24-70/2.8 GM, all legacy lenses after that will have exif as 24-70 GM. This is very strange but after I upgraded firmware from 3.0 to 3.2, it seems to solve this problem (I hope for good). Thanks again for pointing out this problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Hi Carl:

    Finally I find out what was the culprit. It's the camera firmware glitch. All legacy lenses that used will have lens metadata as the previously installed FE mount lens. For example if I mounted 24-70/2.8 GM, all legacy lenses after that will have exif as 24-70 GM. This is very strange but after I upgraded firmware from 3.0 to 3.2, it seems to solve this problem (I hope for good). Thanks again for pointing out this problem.

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    Thanks Teera. I'm glad that you discovered the source of the problem and a solution. I have also experienced this problem but never knew what was causing it.
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    Monthey, place Centrale.

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    Monthey, place Centrale.

    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 45mm F2.8



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    Porthleven this afternoon...A7RII + 21mm Loxia (cropped)



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    Porthleven this afternoon...A7RII + 21mm Loxia (cropped)



    Absolute beauty Barry.
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    you are just rolling (and rocking), Barry!
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    Sorry Jürgen for not answering your question, was not at the forum.
    Thanks Barry for doing that in my place absolutely correct.

    There is however no reason to complain about the Sony software (Smooth Reflections) it works perfect and gives a lot of possibilities.
    I am a pragmatic and use what's there to get what i want and have in my mind.
    If you want to, you can use the A7 in the same way you use a M or a Q, fully manual.

    So please no war on cam systems....
    Have a nice weekend, we get soaked here again.....

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

    Thank you Werner for your answer . Understood .
    No war on CAM SYSTEMS . Never ever . I am not the man for that . I just love simplicity .
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    Ute + Thorkil....Many thanks also for your kind words, glad you liked them...Ute missing your lovely 25mm Batis landscape images

    Werner + Jürgen...Many thanks guys...Personally I like to KIS (Keep It Simple) whenever I can, although some of those Sony Playmemories apps can come in handy at times giving great results as Werner demonstrated earlier

    Joe...Absolutely love the little girl shot, lovely soft lighting that suits the image just perfect

    Lots of great images everyone ^^^ - Likewise have yourselves a great weekend...Cheers Barry

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    The Paddle Surfer made a number of passes over about an hour period and this was the best of the bunch....A7RII + 21mm Loxia (cropped)



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    R.I.P

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    Place Centrale, Monthey
    A7rm2 and Canon TSE 45mm F2.8



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    A light lunch
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    We went to the local strawberry farm today to show our granddaughter and to get some tomatoes and blueberries. No strawberries though. It’s late in the season and there’s not much fruit left on the plants. Only one distant picker in this shot (only spotted at 100%). Good sky before our daily thunderstorm.

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    Went to an RC flyfly this weekend for these fast moving subjects. A7II, 70-300G
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    As a Swiss, I'm very familiar with her sceneries. Anna brings a very natural view of our country. And for me a new perception of the ordinary things.
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    Typical clouds before a thunderstorm. Close to the lakes and mountains, we can see them very often in summer. It's one of the first time this year. Sometimes, between a blue sky and the thunderstorm may only be half an hour. Then, you can easily see the clouds growing. Five minutes after this shot the whole sky was grey and dark.

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