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

    Some more from the hydroelectric power plants series.

    Coupling station of Chamoson

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    Coupling station of Chamoson - 20160612_202a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    Still the coupling station of Chamoson

    A7rm2 and Loxia 21mm F2.8 (a stitch of a few shots)


    Coupling station, Chamoson - 20160612_109-Pano-Modifier-2a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    A last one for this evening, same place :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Some more from the hydroelectric power plants series.

    Coupling station of Chamoson

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    Coupling station of Chamoson - 20160612_202a7r2i by hhh rrr, sur Flickr
    How high are those peaks in the background ?
    Still have quite a bit of snow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    How high are those peaks in the background ?
    Still have quite a bit of snow.
    The highest peak standing in the background and hidden by the clouds is the Grand Muveran and reaches something like 3050 meters high. The others are around 2700 meters (Pointe de Chemo and dent de Chamossaire) and the lowest one in the foreground, without snow is l'Ardève and it reaches only 1476 meters. The altitude at the level of the power plants and coupling station is about 450 meters.

    As for the feet, I'll let you take care of the conversion.

    The wheather of May June has been awful, with a lot of rain and cold temperatures. That means some fresh snow up in the mountains and the winter snow has not yet completely melt. But in July/August the snow will be gone on these lower mountains. In the summer eternal snows and glaciers aren't seen when you are at the bottom of the valley because the lower mountains are blocking the view toward the higher mountains (more than 4000 meters).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    The wheather of May June has been REALLY awful, with a lot of rain and cold temperatures.
    But since two days it's getting better here in Zurich, I hope Annna can say the same for Sion. We are a small country, but with very different weather at the same time.

    After the whole day processing pictures, I have to show one of my own I shot yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    The highest peak standing in the background and hidden by the clouds is the Grand Muveran and reaches something like 3050 meters high. The others are around 2700 meters (Pointe de Chemo and dent de Chamossaire) and the lowest one in the foreground, without snow is l'Ardève and it reaches only 1476 meters. The altitude at the level of the power plants and coupling station is about 450 meters.

    As for the feet, I'll let you take care of the conversion.

    The wheather of May June has been awful, with a lot of rain and cold temperatures. That means some fresh snow up in the mountains and the winter snow has not yet completely melt. But in July/August the snow will be gone on these lower mountains. In the summer eternal snows and glaciers aren't seen when you are at the bottom of the valley because the lower mountains are blocking the view toward the higher mountains (more than 4000 meters).
    That does seem rather a low altitude to have snow this time of year.
    But you explained by citing the cooler weather.
    I thought perhaps they were 12,000 feet or higher.
    And I will let you do that conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    That does seem rather a low altitude to have snow this time of year.
    But you explained by citing the cooler weather.
    I thought perhaps they were 12,000 feet or higher.
    And I will let you do that conversion.
    You have to take in account the fact that our winters are milder than yours and our summers cooler due to the gulfstream, a current blowing from the west and producing a more temperate climate in Europe than in the US.

    It isn't unusual to see snow at these elevations (higher than 2700) in mid June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    You have to take in account the fact that our winters are milder than yours and our summers cooler due to the gulfstream, a current blowing from the west and producing a more temperate climate in Europe than in the US.

    It isn't unusual to see snow at these elevations (higher than 2700) in mid June.
    Thanks for the information.
    Your Winters are not milder than ours though.
    Southern Utah has a very mild winter.
    Though I am sure your Summers are cooler.
    This Tues. it will be 108 F here.
    Of course in our high mountains much cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Early this Morning • Contre-jour



    A7r2 + Voigtländer 10/5.6 @ f/9
    This lens seems to suffer quite a bit of pincushion distortion.
    Correcting for it, as in the following image, sacrifices a lot of image area.



    I probably should have corrected a bit more.
    The next image has been corrected as well, but not to the same large extent.

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    CLEVEDON PIER...Platinum and Silver Chloride toned (Original image A7R + Leica WATE 16-21mm).
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    WOW Barry! What a marvelous image! Thank you!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    One for a series on 'Individual Buildings,' and another for a set called 'Several Architectural Details.'

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    From the series hydro-electric power plants : around the Coupling station of Chamoson.

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    20160612_107a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    Still around the coupling station of Chamoson

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    And a last one, still around the coupling station :

    A7rm2 and Loxia 21mm F2.8


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    Here's an old one from the catalog, taken last June in rural Oregon.


    Mill in the valley.



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    I've acquired Contax/Yashica 28/2 recently. Still have no time to play and get myself familiar with it as I have to visit my mother at the hospital everyday. (She is 100Y old last Feb). After trying it today I think that it got a name "Hollywood" not for nothing. Please noted that the first image was shot wo at f2 and the rest at f2.8. At f2 it exhibits spherical aberration and makes skin looks so soft and radiant (the socalled Leica glow?). But at f2.8, it is very sharp with high acutance and micro contrast which is very evident if one magnifies images at 100%. Glad I bit the bullet and bought this lens. By the way, the 2nd and 3rd images were shot AF with Techart Pro.

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    At f2.8
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    [IMG]_DSC8792.jpg by Teera Ashakul, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Contax "Hollywood" … one of my all-time favorite lenses. Congratulations!
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    Here are some last pictures of the Grande Dixence complexe. This complex is composed of five different constructions situated on either side of the Rhône : the coupling station of Chamoson on the right bank and the powerplants on the left banks. What can be seen on the left bank is only part of the infrastructures : the main part is digged inside of the rock and we can only see a few openings. : the plant of Nendaz. The bridge is a private bridge.

    The plant of Nendaz as seen through the bridge.
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    Grande Dixence, usine de Nendaz - 20160612_344a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    A nearer view of the plant of Nendaz with red pipes :

    A7rm2 and Loxia 21mm F2.8

    Grande Dixence, Usine de Nendaz - 20160612_368a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    I was in the Brewery Feldschlösschen today. It's founded in 1876 and they builded a small castle out of it over the first years.
    All loxia 21 or FE55/1.8 and a7RII



















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    Seb, you really have to pay attention to the perspective distortions from the 21mm. Levelling the camera while making the photo is far better than post corrections, i think.
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    Seb,

    What a great place and you choose good angles of view; the whole makes a nice series. I have already been around this building, but never entered it.
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    seb, a very nice series of images

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    Thanks Vivek. It was late yesterday, when I came home and I see now what you mean. Unfortunately I wasn't able to pay attention to angles and had to make most shots not-leveled because of opportunities (the guide was a drill master in her previous live ). But a few minutes more in post processing wouldn't be the worst either. Especially on no2 and no5... I'll give them a second look and update it on flickr when it is done.

    Thanks Barry and Annna. You can visit the whole brewery. It was the annual excursion of our company and there was no time to choose much or use a tripod. I'm happy with what I got, but next time, there should be more time and also a few shots from the distance to see the whole building in one.

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    I was having fun with long lenses on the solstice, though clouds prevented my capture of the full moon rising behind this scene. I'll just have to be patient and attempt it again in the 22nd century.


    Ghost ferry #3.


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    Station de couplage de Chamoson

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    Grande Dixence, coupling station of Chamoson - 20160612_058a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr
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    Most of the power plant of Nendaz isn't visible; it is underground, dug inside of the mountain. You can only see three big gates and a smaller window a little higher in the rock wall above the passover. The pass over has nothing to do with the plant; it is for a natural gas pipeline (the gas comes from Italy through the Alps and is distributed further in Western Switzerland).

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    From the series "Small towns"

    Monthey, rue des Granges

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    This lens seems to suffer quite a bit of pincushion distortion.
    Correcting for it, as in the following image, sacrifices a lot of image area.
    Hi K-H, This could be a manifestation of astigmatism (if that is case, Kolari mod would lessen it!) and not pincushion distortion. Drop a line to Dr. Brian Caldwell who can pin point it.
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    " The Strawberry Moon Over Lake Lugano II "





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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Hi K-H, This could be a manifestation of astigmatism (if that is case, Kolari mod would lessen it!) and not pincushion distortion. Drop a line to Dr. Brian Caldwell who can pin point it.
    Thanks Vivek, I did. He doesn't think astigmatism is the culprit.
    Do any tests come to mind to explore this issue further? TIA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Vivek, I did. He doesn't think astigmatism is the culprit.
    Do any tests come to mind to explore this issue further? TIA.
    Thanks, K-H!

    I am glad that you did and post the answer you got.

    The issue you raised with your examples is very intriguing (if you have access to the Kolari mod cam, please do try).

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    " The Strawberry Moon Over Lake Lugano II "





    The Strawberry Moon Lake Lugano II by Werner Utsch, on Flickr

    Gorgeous shot.
    I'm starting to get jealous.
    Thanks so much for sharing it.
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    Taken this evening

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
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    Congrats Barry
    Thanks Ute, I know that you meant that with good intentions ...I think congrats may all depend on ones outlook
    Unfortunately we now have a country pretty divided & which is definitely not such a good thing
    We shall have to wait and see what happens next.
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    Not sure that I was the one who clicked the shutter.. I may have looked at too many "new topographers" :-)

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    Unfortunately we now have a country pretty divided & which is definitely not such a good thing
    Hope it stays as the UK.

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    Thanks Ute, I know that you meant that with good intentions ...I think congrats may all depend on ones outlook
    Unfortunately we now have a country pretty divided & which is definitely not such a good thing
    We shall have to wait and see what happens next.
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    My country is as divided as ever with or without any sort of referendum. But looking at your poppy makes me feel better.
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    [QUOTE=Barry Haines;696323]Thanks Ute, I know that you meant that with good intentions ...I think congrats may all depend on ones outlook
    Unfortunately we now have a country pretty divided & which is definitely not such a good thing
    We shall have to wait and see what happens next.
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    I heard the leave camp touting the Swiss bilateral agreements way. Well, of course, they didn't come here to look at how difficult that path is. And it never ends.. the right wing here fought against our implication in the EEE in 1992 saying the bilateral way was better and won, but now that we are painfully going this way, they want us to go out of the bilateral agreements.

    I looked at a map of the results in the Guardian and I was seized by the geographical discrepancies : there are not so many regions with results near of 50-50%, but rather a lot of 60-40% or 40-60%.

    I wish you good luck nevertheless.
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    'fishing pier' - a7rII / FE 90

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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    My country is as divided as ever with or without any sort of referendum. But looking at your poppy makes me feel better.
    Very sorry to hear that Teera...I hope that your country finds some mutual stability and peace...Thank you, I’m glad my poppy makes you feel a bit better


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    I heard the leave camp touting the Swiss bilateral agreements way. Well, of course, they didn't come here to look at how difficult that path is. And it never ends.. the right wing here fought against our implication in the EEE in 1992 saying the bilateral way was better and won, but now that we are painfully going this way, they want us to go out of the bilateral agreements.

    I looked at a map of the results in the Guardian and I was seized by the geographical discrepancies : there are not so many regions with results near of 50-50%, but rather a lot of 60-40% or 40-60%.

    I wish you good luck nevertheless.
    Likewise thank you Annna...I think just about every countries political party has some regrets at the position they find themselves in
    + Most think the grass has to be greener on the other side of the hill, when it isn’t always...only time will tell.
    Yes, our results (remain and leave) were all over the place throughout the country, with Scotland showing clearly that they wanted to belong still inside the EU.
    I will finish with a link for the results for those who maybe interested; otherwise I shall leave it at that for fear of wandering OT.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-36616028


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    7R2 + 35mm Art @ f1.4 and can't break faster than 1/8000s


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    Samss : the second one is my favorite of the lot. Looks like a nice lens, but way too heavy for my taste.

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    The River Camel taken the other day
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    River Camel 2...A7RII + 21mm Loxia (BLENCOMO)



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