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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ...that looks to be a nice, calming humble and relaxing start-up, Barry!
    Have to go to England in my next life....it looks rather cosy.
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    ps. got it on street view, Penzance, right site of the harbour...

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    A glorious fall morning.



    A7r2 + Batis 25/2 FE
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    A glorious fall morning.



    A7r2 + Batis 25/2 FE
    Love that shot Kurt.

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    Love that shot Kurt.
    Many thanks, Karl-Heinz
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Another one from today.



    A7r2 + Batis 25/2 FE
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    "Hollyhock"
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    A few shots of a furry friend.
    A7RII/ Minolta 80-200 HS APO
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    BLENCOMO treatment



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    Pump ...A7RII Canon 45TSE II
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    BLENCOMO treatment



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

    Barry

    I don't understand , what you mean by BLENCOMO treatment .
    But it must be something similar to this .

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Lines ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Barry
    I don't understand , what you mean by BLENCOMO treatment .
    But it must be something similar to this .
    Jürgen, yes similar to that
    BLENCOMO simply means BLENded COlour with MOnochrome...I abbreviated my working method a couple of years ago Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)
    Obviously numerous ways of doing it...I just make a B&W (or even sometimes toned) + A colour image from the same raw file to the best of my ability and blend the two images together on layers...then burn, dodge and erase different parts of those layers to get my final image...The B&W image controls the tonality of the colour image whilst subduing the colours at the same time unless I decide to add more vibrancy/saturation overall to the flattened off layers or perhaps just localized on a layer to a specific part of the image...voilà
    Numerous examples and working methods within this thread...Cheers Barry

    Another quick example...

    1. Colour version

    2. B&W version (processed in NIK/Google SEP2)...Brings out more of the texture on the wall and lightens the clouds.

    3. BLENCOMO version (layer blend of 1 & 2)

    4. BLENCOMO version, erase selective parts of the top B&W layer to allow more of the orange and red lifebouy colours to show through from underneath...Flatten off the image and touch up distracting highlights on the sea and coastline together with the removal of the oil tanker.


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    Historic "Art Deco" sea water Pool at Penzance
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    A few shots of a furry friend.
    A7RII/ Minolta 80-200 HS APO
    Nice shots, I like the "environmental" style, showing more then just the animal.

    May I ask which adapter you used and what you think about handling on the A7Rii style body?
    I have the LA-EA4 which I sometimes use on my A6000, but usually I prefer to use A-mount lenses on my (ancient) A700 or A850 for a more pleasing handling and balance.

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    Thank you Barry .
    Thanks for showing the different steps . Very similar to what I did .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Another Art Gallery with a similar minimalist approach as the platinum series
    Walls & Vents (without the artwork)




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    Fishing Boat at Sanur Beach, Bali. A7R2 w/Leica 19mm Elmarit-R

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    " SUI 147 II "
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Nice shots, I like the "environmental" style, showing more then just the animal.

    May I ask which adapter you used and what you think about handling on the A7Rii style body?
    I have the LA-EA4 which I sometimes use on my A6000, but usually I prefer to use A-mount lenses on my (ancient) A700 or A850 for a more pleasing handling and balance.
    LA-EA 4
    Big, heavy lens but it handles fine for me.
    I mostly will shoot off a tripod anyways.
    Still evaluating the Lens. Just got it recently.
    I was hoping the image quality would be really good.
    I used to shoot it on the A850 but not sure it's up to the task on a 42 MP camera.
    I may sell it and go w a native 70-200 F4 at some point.
    I'm seeking feedback on the F4 from anyone who owns a copy.
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    Here's one from last night, processed (or overprocessed!) to taste.


    The Strait of Georgia #18.


    On a side note, it's strange to need/use a tripod again!
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    We like to feed the critters in our backyard.
    We get lot's of Chipmunks.
    Here's a few shots.
    A7RII/ Minolta 80-200 HS APO
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    Early shot from some 5-axis IS and high-ISO testing with my new upgrade to A7rII... can't believe this is ISO 3200:

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    Just got a 55mm FE so I decided to do a little comparison shooting vs. the 35mm on the RX1RII.
    Here are the same 2 flowers shot w each camera.
    Just wondering what people think ?
    I realize they are not the exact same shots just interested in people's opinions on the sharpness and rendering.
    1st one in both sequences is the RX1R II.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    Just got a 55mm FE so I decided to do a little comparison shooting vs. the 35mm on the RX1RII.
    Here are the same 2 flowers shot w each camera.
    Just wondering what people think ?
    I realize they are not the exact same shots just interesting in people's opinions on the sharpness and rendering.
    1st one in both sequences is the RX1R II.
    The greens and reds/pinks look more vibrant in the a7RII photos. Both cameras/lenses are sharp with good contrast. I'm far from being a rendering expert, and like both versions. Not much help, eh?

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    Taken yesterday (Tonemapped)




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    Thanks Barry. Yup, that lens delivers - as usual.
    Incredible detail of a very picturesque scene, great light and peaceful mood.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Barry,....wish i had shot that!
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    Thank you Karl and Bugleone...very kind of you both
    Yep, the 90mm is one sharp lens as you know yourself Karl...both of these were heavily cropped.
    It's been a bit quiet around here lately...hopefully Annna will have something for us all soon




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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Karl and Bugleone...very kind of you both
    Yep, the 90mm is one sharp lens as you know yourself Karl...both of these were heavily cropped.
    It's been a bit quiet around here lately...hopefully Annna will have something for us all soon




    Beauty Barry.
    I'm having fun w another super sharp lens the 55 FE
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    Just got a 55mm FE so I decided to do a little comparison shooting vs. the 35mm on the RX1RII.
    Here are the same 2 flowers shot w each camera.
    Just wondering what people think ?
    I realize they are not the exact same shots just interested in people's opinions on the sharpness and rendering.
    1st one in both sequences is the RX1R II.
    It looks like your examples have different whitebalance. So it's difficult to compare. And both may suffer from different profiles aswell, even though they have the same sensor. Are these OOC JPGs?
    Anyway, they are both great cameras and lenses.
    And what I really love about this sensor are the beautiful transitions between different colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    It looks like your examples have different whitebalance. So it's difficult to compare. And both may suffer from different profiles aswell, even though they have the same sensor. Are these OOC JPGs?
    Anyway, they are both great cameras and lenses.
    And what I really love about this sensor are the beautiful transitions between different colors.

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    flowers for my mom (A7RII + 85GM)
    Both WB's are set to Auto.
    They are both processed in much the same way.
    The A7RII w the 55mm seems to produce more saturated color and seems a tiny bit sharper but I'm pretty happy w the results from both.
    Thanks for the feedback.
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    And cause we're onto flowers at the moment.

    "Dripping wet"
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    "Solar Eclipse"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Barry – I have a present for you should you choose to accept it.

    From Looe station, go one nautical mile [or one Cornish mile if you prefer] up the East Looe River to it's first crossing. Take your winkling boots as there are pictures there to be winkled out. Mud, tide, light, no light; many options –– but you should be rewarded. Check it out, the location doesn't seem to have changed in over half a century. If that wastes your time you may continue torturing me with pictures of my beloved homeland!

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    Big storm just passed thru our area and I was able to capture a couple of nice images as the setting Sun broke thru the clouds.
    A7RII / Minolta 80-200 HS APO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris C View Post
    Barry – I have a present for you should you choose to accept it.

    From Looe station, go one nautical mile [or one Cornish mile if you prefer] up the East Looe River to it's first crossing. Take your winkling boots as there are pictures there to be winkled out. Mud, tide, light, no light; many options –– but you should be rewarded. Check it out, the location doesn't seem to have changed in over half a century. If that wastes your time you may continue torturing me with pictures of my beloved homeland!

    ............. Chris
    Chris, many thanks for the tip/prezzie :-)...Strangely I have driven through Sandyplace down to Looe no fewer than four times in the past few days and was there only yesterday, having had a very nice lunch at the Plough at Duloe...The alternative train journey from Liskard to Looe is a nice leisurely way to see along the Looe estuary without getting to muddy...It would be a very nice prezzie indeed had I not opened it up some 18 months earlier ... But thank you nonetheless ...as the saying goes - "it's the thought that counts"...Cheers Barry

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Karl and Bugleone...very kind of you both
    Yep, the 90mm is one sharp lens as you know yourself Karl...both of these were heavily cropped.
    It's been a bit quiet around here lately...hopefully Annna will have something for us all soon
    Beautiful picture Barry, as always. Sorry, I have been rather busy these past weeks : my mother (94 years old) has some serious health problems and I have to take care of that. Took a few pictures inside of the hospital while waiting (probably not worth sharing). But the hospital lies at the opposite of my home and I could get some shots of the back of the castles. I'm still processing them, but there are better points of views for the back of the castles. Plus I set up a Facebook account and it is very time consuming. I'll have to find a more effective way to handle it.

    I'm wondering : did most of us sell their A7x ? Did they got other camera gear ? The interest of FB lies in the fact that the pictures rather than the gear is what matters. But while there is a lot of pictures sharing, there is not so much conversation going on. Most of the time they are one liner comments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Beautiful picture Barry, as always. Sorry, I have been rather busy these past weeks : my mother (94 years old) has some serious health problems and I have to take care of that. Took a few pictures inside of the hospital while waiting (probably not worth sharing). But the hospital lies at the opposite of my home and I could get some shots of the back of the castles. I'm still processing them, but there are better points of views for the back of the castles. Plus I set up a Facebook account and it is very time consuming. I'll have to find a more effective way to handle it.

    I'm wondering : did most of us sell their A7x ? Did they got other camera gear ? The interest of FB lies in the fact that the pictures rather than the gear is what matters. But while there is a lot of pictures sharing, there is not so much conversation going on. Most of the time they are one liner comments.
    Thank you Annna

    I was wondering just how your mother was doing and wrote awhile back so on Flickr...Glad you have sorted out what you can for her...it's very awkward and emotional times like this. I wish you all the very best.

    I agree we all talk a lot less here than what we once used to...Probably like yourself caring for family has sucked most of the freetime out of me (and Alison) and I have been to tired lately to post or even process images.

    I still enjoy my A7RII and don't feel the need to go elsewhere...but obviously others have....it's a lot quieter here nowadays...let's hope things pick up a bit...do upload when you get the time.

    All the very best Barry




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    Big storm just passed thru our area and I was able to capture a couple of nice images as the setting Sun broke thru the clouds.
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    Nice capture! Cleaning the sensor for the future captures might be useful.

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    Nice capture! Cleaning the sensor for the future captures might be useful.

    The rainbow shot appears to have a color cast (like an outdated color film capture).
    Thanks.
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    I have been having some issues w dust getting onto the sensor.
    I'll try cleaning again but I might have to have it professionally cleaned.
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    Misty morning after the rain.
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    The first one is really beautiful with a fantastic light.
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    Thank you Annna

    I was wondering just how your mother was doing and wrote awhile back so on Flickr...Glad you have sorted out what you can for her...it's very awkward and emotional times like this. I wish you all the very best.

    I agree we all talk a lot less here than what we once used to...Probably like yourself caring for family has sucked most of the freetime out of me (and Alison) and I have been to tired lately to post or even process images.

    I still enjoy my A7RII and don't feel the need to go elsewhere...but obviously others have....it's a lot quieter here nowadays...let's hope things pick up a bit...do upload when you get the time.

    All the very best Barry
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    So here are a few pictures from this past week.

    I went to the hospital many times during the last days and it lies on the other side of the city with respect to my home. So I was able to take some pictures from the back of those castles you are accustomed to see. At the beginning, I had only a short zoom and the weather was clearly turning to autumn :


    Mont d'Orge, Valère et Tourbillon, Sion - 20160916_003a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

    Note that in Sion there are four castles. In the above picture, you can see three castles. Of the third there is only a few ruins remaining. They are at the top of the third hill at the left of the picture. Sorry for the trees blocking the view.

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    The day after, I returned with a long zoom (The Canon EOS 70-200mm F4 with the 1.4 extender); with the A7r2, focusing wasn't a problem.


    Valère vu de Champsec, Sion -20160919_091a7r2i by rrr_hhh, sur Flickr

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    It get better when the sun show up..


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    Autumn is there :

    The ruins of the castle standing behind my home. From my window.

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