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    Many good pictures to admire this evening ! Thanks all for sharing.

    Barry, your picture convey all the solemnity of this room very well. I'm sure that at the time the guests were very impressed by their host and his magnificent house.

    Thomas : interesting project and yielding good results; may I ask which TSE lenses you were using ? I'm using the 90mm, the 45mm and the 24mm (first version, not very sharp). I'm thinking to either upgrade to the 24mm second version or to the 17mm, but I have not yet made my mind about which one I should get.


    Here is my daily picture, or should I say a night picture .. There is a light and sound show going on during the summer season. Alas the spectators are standing behind the two castles and no lights are showing up on Valère (on the right). Also the blue light isn't that photogenic. Still a little event to record from my window. May be I'll go up to the castles one of these coming nights and see what I can do with that..

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    Stunning, Anna!
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    Lunging tree

    One of the dangers of getting lost on a trail in a fairytale

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    A7RII Kolari Mitakon 50 0.95

    (I wish I had a Noctilux like Doug's for smooooth bokeh!)
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    the color pop of the 25mm Batis on the A7S.

    I am loving how this lens draws a image, it has a quality that has me lusting for more. Black cars are not the easiest of images, and the Batis shows the depth of the paint, on Sony's lowly 12mp sensor.....



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    I like the seperation of colors in the picture: blue, green, yellow, white. And all composed nicely together.
    I would love to have a window with a similar view over Zurich in my flat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Many good pictures to admire this evening ! Thanks all for sharing.

    Barry, your picture convey all the solemnity of this room very well. I'm sure that at the time the guests were very impressed by their host and his magnificent house.

    Thomas : interesting project and yielding good results; may I ask which TSE lenses you were using ? I'm using the 90mm, the 45mm and the 24mm (first version, not very sharp). I'm thinking to either upgrade to the 24mm second version or to the 17mm, but I have not yet made my mind about which one I should get.


    Here is my daily picture, or should I say a night picture .. There is a light and sound show going on during the summer season. Alas the spectators are standing behind the two castles and no lights are showing up on Valère (on the right). Also the blue light isn't that photogenic. Still a little event to record from my window. May be I'll go up to the castles one of these coming nights and see what I can do with that..

    A7rm2 and FE 90mm F2.8 macro.


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    Thanks Annna, I have edited my original post with captions.
    I am using TS-E 17 and 24 mk2(never used the 1st version but at f11 my one is very good and better than the 17mm) I also use Pentax 35 and 45mm MF lenses, the 35 is very good but the 45 is not so good.


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    Many good pictures to admire this evening ! Thanks all for sharing.

    Barry, your picture convey all the solemnity of this room very well. I'm sure that at the time the guests were very impressed by their host and his magnificent house.

    Thomas : interesting project and yielding good results; may I ask which TSE lenses you were using ? I'm using the 90mm, the 45mm and the 24mm (first version, not very sharp). I'm thinking to either upgrade to the 24mm second version or to the 17mm, but I have not yet made my mind about which one I should get.


    Here is my daily picture, or should I say a night picture .. There is a light and sound show going on during the summer season. Alas the spectators are standing behind the two castles and no lights are showing up on Valère (on the right). Also the blue light isn't that photogenic. Still a little event to record from my window. May be I'll go up to the castles one of these coming nights and see what I can do with that..

    A7rm2 and FE 90mm F2.8 macro.


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    A covered bridge in North Georgia and Toccoa Falls. All shot with Sony a7 and FE 16-35mm f4.

    Covered Bridge (from below)

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    Covered Bridge, Georgia

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    Covered Bridge Interior 1

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    [size=4Toccoa Falls[/size]

    Date Taken: 2016-07-17 13:03:02
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    From the series "Hydro-electric power plants"

    The power plant of Riddes which treats the waters of Mauvoisin

    A7rm2 and Zeiss Loxia 21mm F2.8


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    Another with the A7S and the 25mm batis shot wide open, as I always tend to shoot.

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    Another with the A7S and the 25mm batis shot wide open, as I always tend to shoot.
    The silky tones are impressive !

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    Après lunch at the Little Hunter


    Sony a7 with Tokina 17mm at 1/15 f/5.6 ISO 6400
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    On reflection, I thought Peter looked a little fake—pale and cool-looking—he, and the whole frame, are now darker, and more moody


    Better, worse or just different?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    On reflection, I thought Peter looked a little fake—pale and cool-looking—he, and the whole frame, are now darker, and more moody


    Better, worse or just different?
    Maybe a slight improvement...moodier as you say + skin tones look better
    Personally I would have liked it (more) had you removed the empty glass from the table...just my 2p worth
    Otherwise a very nice natural/relaxed portrait
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    The second one is fine, though I might prefer the one right in between

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    The second one is fine, though I might prefer the one right in between

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    Bloody typical!

    Seriously, three different renders were layer-composited in Pixelmator—one was made lighter, and selectively revealed to shore up detail in murky areas, and the layer representing Peter had its CT lifted above the others in C1 to [counterintuitively] warm his skin tone etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Maybe a slight improvement...moodier as you say + skin tones look better
    Personally I would have liked it (more) had you removed the empty glass from the table...just my 2p worth
    Otherwise a very nice natural/relaxed portrait
    Cheers Barry
    Remove the glass with the lace residue from the Little Creatures Pilsner? OMG! That was the Beer-Of-The-Day at $6 a schooner!

    Seriously, the empty glass helps tell the story of happy consumption; it’s an environmental and documentary picture!
    I took four shots—this was the third, and the only one that was at all sharp—still had to use a sharpening radius of 2px, well up from the C1 default of 0.8.

    Re drinks, we had four LC Pilsners (two each) and shared a bottle of Penna Lane Cabernet, a fine South Australian wine from the Clare Valley; all that helped with being relaxed and natural!
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    Ha. Couldn't resist...

    Tip: If you want to walk among the Hummingbirds I highly recommend getting a bright red shirt. They'll come right up to you to investigate and all you will be able to think about is "please, please don't peck my eyes out". Of course they won't but you'll still be thinking it...



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    Yellowstone NP
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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Remove the glass with the lace residue from the Little Creatures Pilsner? OMG! That was the Beer-Of-The-Day at $6 a schooner!

    Seriously, the empty glass helps tell the story of happy consumption; it’s an environmental and documentary picture!
    I took four shots—this was the third, and the only one that was at all sharp—still had to use a sharpening radius of 2px, well up from the C1 default of 0.8.
    I agree, the glass and bottle do complete the picture, else it becomes an ordinary portrait, IMHO
    Too much to list, let's just say I have a bad case of GAS.........

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    Yellowstone NP
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim251 View Post
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    [color="#a0a0a0"]Ha. Couldn't resist...

    Tip: If you want to walk among the Hummingbirds I highly recommend getting a bright red shirt. They'll come right up to you to investigate and all you will be able to think about is "please, please don't peck my eyes out". Of course they won't but you'll still be thinking it...]
    Red shirt on, will a RX1R(II) suffice?

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    How coincidence. I was there last week at the Yellowstone.

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    From the serie hydro-electric power plants

    La Centrale de Riddes, Forces motrices de Mauvoisin.

    A7rm2 and Loxia FE 21mm F2.8


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    [QUOTE=SamSS;699622]How coincidence. I was there last week at the Yellowstone.

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    Great pictures.
    What a coincidence! We probably walked passed by each other somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pradeep View Post
    I agree, the glass and bottle do complete the picture, else it becomes an ordinary portrait, IMHO
    No need to be humble, Pradeep!

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    Whimsical use of the lens - I've never been swallowed by a castle before!

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    How coincidence. I was there last week at the Yellowstone.

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    Great pictures.
    What a coincidence! We probably walked passed by each other somewhere.
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    Thanks! If you recall a guy lugging 2 cameras on his waist, that was me!
    BTW, ShutterBOT app works wonderful using my Android phone as an IR remote control. Free, quick and easy on the go.

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    This one was taken in Montana


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    Yellowstone NP
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    Pramote, good timing for the sun ray to strikes the mist to have a very nice rainbow. Nice shot.
    Me too, have a similar shot but not as nice.











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    [QUOTE=SamSS;699738]Pramote, good timing for the sun ray to strikes the mist to have a very nice rainbow. Nice shot.
    Me too, have a similar shot but not as nice.

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    Thanks Sam! Yours is very nice too.
    It's just a waiting game. I was there for several hours reading books and took pictures from time to time until I was satisfied with this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    Yellowstone NP
    Sony A7RII + Zeiss 16-35mm
    ISO 100; f/10; 1/320 sec

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    Outstanding! Pramote, your images from the Tetons and Yellowstone in the "Fun with..." threads have been wonderful. They show an excellent eye for light and composition. Bravo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Outstanding! Pramote, your images from the Tetons and Yellowstone in the "Fun with..." threads have been wonderful. They show an excellent eye for light and composition. Bravo!

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    Joe,

    Thank you very much! Your kind words mean a lot to me.
    I can't wait to see pictures from your future trip here.

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    From the series "hydro-electric" power plants

    Forces motrices de Mauvoisin, power plant of Riddes.
    A7rm2 and Zeiss Loxia 21mm F2.8


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    We had a gloomy rainy morning today. This was shot from the window..

    Le Mont Noble et la Maya, seen from Sion
    A7rm2 and Sony 70-200mm F4

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    Pramote and Sam...Truly wonderful images from Yellowstone NP

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    Whimsical use of the lens - I've never been swallowed by a castle before!

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    Kirk, it's quite painless, I assure you

    Another one from this afternoon...Abandoned Chair - A7RII + FE 35mm Distagon WO @ f1.4




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    This garden contains many secrets camouflaged away within the undergrowth
    The ivy arch now disguises the once remains of a long forgotten gothic window




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    Beautiful composition and perfect control of tonal range!

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    A7RII/ LAEA3/ 70-400mm G 1 series Ruby-Throated Hummingbird dealing with the heat
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    "Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then"............ who say's you can't shoot action with a A7RII It may not be the best of shots but shows one can shoot action in a pinch....

    a7rII/LAEA3/70-400mm G 1 series

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    From the series "Hydro-electric power plants"
    The penstocks leading the water down to the power plant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    Beautiful composition and perfect control of tonal range!

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    Thank you Kirk for your very kind comment...much appreciated

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    Also from this afternoon, high upon Dartmoor.




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    Yesterday afternoon...
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    Having a cuppa in a cafe the other day and just couldn't resist the cup and tablecloth...35mm Distagon at f/1.4




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    Barry, I love your cup ! A funny shot describing the daily ordinary environment : someone wanted to make things pretty and I find it touching.

    Dents du midi, as seen from the rest area on the highway.
    Not sure whether this can still enter in the hydro-electric power plants series, or whether I should start a series on highways and the rest areas.

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