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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    The result of this winter's storms on the south coast of England. Sometime when I'm not on a laptop I'll edit both together from RAW so as to more closely match the crop and tonality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    The result of this winter's storms on the south coast of England. Sometime when I'm not on a laptop I'll edit both together from RAW so as to more closely match the crop and tonality.

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    Seriously? There appears to be a house missing in 2014!
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    Seriously? There appears to be a house missing in 2014!

    Oh yes!
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    Nice to all of a sudden get ocean front property. LOL
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Thanks Pegelli and everyone else!
    Back "home" in France.

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    Around 1900.... (not taken by me!)

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Around 1900.... (not taken by me!)

    Britain is getting smaller and smaller

    That is exactly what I ment: don't sit right under the cliffs, a house might fall on you.

    BTW The same thing is happening on this side of the channel, some houses are abandoned already and ready to fall.
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    A couple with the Zeiss 18mm f3.5 ZE in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

    Both at f10.



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    Sony A7 + Summicron-R 90mm f/2

    Looking south and east from the high ground over the Port Erin harbor on the Isle of Man.

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    Oh yes!
    whoa!

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    Teaching a new generation about bikes and music from the 70's. Working on an old Steyr Clubman while jamming to Bad Co. on vinyl, both circa 1974. Yes, that is the same Steyr that makes guns. Back in the 70's Steyr bikes were part of the Austro Daimler and Puch lines. A7 with Yashica ML 35/2.8.

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    Red woman carrying red chair:

    Another with Zeiss CY 28mm f2.8 on A7. Pretty big and clumsy, but fine image quality. I especially like it because it's not too contrasty and gets a good range of shadow/highlight detail.

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    'fish shacks' - A7R / FE 24-70

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    | LEICA APO-MACRO-ELMARIT-R 1:2.8/100 |
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    More from my first time out with A7R







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    "Tulips II"

    strange processing




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    | LEICA APO-MACRO-ELMARIT-R 1:2.8/100 |
    Amazing exposition of the APO-MACRO-ELMARIT - wondered what that would be like on an A7/R. I am currently using a Sigma DP3M as my macro lens which produced better results than any other macro I have used. However, these look fantastic and would certainly be an alternative for me.

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    Louis, the Apo-Macro 100 is an excellent lens on the A7. Great Macro performance and perfect mid tele for landscape or portrait.

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    Just a quick message to say that I have enjoyed seeing other peoples images and posting a few myself.
    But I will have to take time out and hope to post again someday later on...As already a lot of my time is spent looking after my elderly father who has advanced dementia and now my mother has just had a stroke over Easter, this will be a full time commitment now for both me and my wife Alison...In the meantime happy snapping guys.
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    Barry, that's sad. We will miss you.
    Wish you all the best with my
    best regards and respect.
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    Best wishes to you and your family, Barry.
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    Finally, the lens FE 55mm arrived yesterday and i brought from the Post office, will use it later another time when i will test Canon lenses first, just the weather getting hot these days so i may wait very long to test it :-(
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    Barry: been in the same boat with same circumstances for a few years now...you will get through it...keep the photography interest alive...it provides valuable stimulus and distraction from what you and your family are going through.

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    Barry, best of luck to you and your family.
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    Barry,

    My sympathies and support. It's always tough, but you have the right priorities. I look forward to seeing more of your photography when you can get back to it. I hope for the best for you and them.
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    Tilt with Revuenon(VivitarVMC) 1,2/55mm @f8 Sony A7R
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    ..ha..funny..i am sitting in steyr right now as my wife lives here..its the town that gave the company that made the famous clubman and that also makes car components and guns its name..

    ..this world is getting smaller everyday..



    Quote Originally Posted by f/otographer View Post
    Teaching a new generation about bikes and music from the 70's. Working on an old Steyr Clubman while jamming to Bad Co. on vinyl, both circa 1974. Yes, that is the same Steyr that makes guns. Back in the 70's Steyr bikes were part of the Austro Daimler and Puch lines. A7 with Yashica ML 35/2.8.

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    Barry, i understand your situation, i lost my mom 4 weeks ago [and dad almost 3.5 years ago], so i left with a wife and 2 kids and 1 sister, and i also lost or left my job, so i am in much worse or more difficult condition/situations than you, but i will always try to enjoy photography when i can, life is short and we are always full of responsibilities and busy.
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    god bless to all my friends here
    god bless all
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Amazing exposition of the APO-MACRO-ELMARIT - wondered what that would be like on an A7/R. I am currently using a Sigma DP3M as my macro lens which produced better results than any other macro I have used. However, these look fantastic and would certainly be an alternative for me.

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    Dangerous to base your lens buying on photographs by Bart. . . they are always fantastic, but there's a point where it's the photographer and not the lens.

    Mind you, I want that lens too

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    Wonderful shot Mark - the patterns, contrasts and colour!!!
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    Purdy Lake, Ontario - still frozen yesterday! a7r 24-70 OSS at 70 mm and cropped.
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    'sea state, study 2' - A7R / FE 24-70

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    As already a lot of my time is spent looking after my elderly father who has advanced dementia and now my mother has just had a stroke over Easter, this will be a full time commitment now for both me and my wife Alison...
    Family always comes first. Best wishes.
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    Playing around with a 105/4 macro Nikkor Ai on the A7 with Zerene Stacker


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    "Birch IV"





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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Louis
    Dangerous to base your lens buying on photographs by Bart. . . they are always fantastic, but there's a point where it's the photographer and not the lens.

    Mind you, I want that lens too
    Jono

    Of course, I did not wish to diminish the quality of the photographer. Clearly, Bart is showing how a skilled photographer can exploit the lens to its best potential.

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    Demise of St Alphage High Walk, London Wall, London: Looking obliquely across Fore Street behind London Wall, at the progress of the demolition of St Alphage High Walk. The crane in the photograph is the highest free standing crane in London and has been used to demolish St Alphage House. This building was similar to the 1960s block on the left of the photograph. Clearly, this is now prime building land and I expect London Wall to finally shake off any memories of the 1960s by new builds in the next two years. Sony A7+CV15/4.5

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    Sony A7 with Canon FD 70-210mm 2.8





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    Many thanks to everybody that has responded regarding my mother’s stroke and my father’s dementia, it's been most appreciated by both me and Alison.
    We have been both genuinely touched. Neither of us expected such warmth considering I have only been with GetDPI for such a short period and still the noobie here.
    It is quite clear that others have been through the same problems as Alison and I...They seem to know and fully understand our predicament and wish to share their experiences which we thank everybody for as it does help.
    We are both only children with no children of our own to help us through this awkward time and it is indeed time consuming. Anyway yes, I will look in from time to time and post images whenever I get a free moment.
    Thanks again everybody and keep on taking great images with your A7/R.
    Cheers Barry and Alison.

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    Barry, This is a wonderful photo of your Mom. I'm sure it will bring you comfort in the years ahead. Try to join in from time to time. Caregivers need a break, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
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    I've always loved your RZ portraits, and am interested in what you'll do with the A7r.
    I too, purchased one (A7) and sold my RZ, but only to get an Ebony 4x5
    The Sony A7/r's have this kind of "aura" in which I want to pick it up and go shoot. It motivates to be more artistic and explore many different lenses. Something my MFD's and Leica S never did for me
    Thanks for the compliments I love my RZ and it is the camera that inspires me the most no matter I shoot film or digital! The whole setup is heavy as hell but satisfactory for me! We got this A7R to be used mainly by my wife and occasionally by me. That being said, this camera is inspiring too as long as one uses a manual focus lens on it IMHO!
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    Wonderful! Tareq, please state the lens(-es) used
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    Sony A7+CV15/4.5

    Wonderful mood Louis!!, ((but allow me to say so: )....although the 100% Keystone corr. makes the left Building look a bit like splitted inside by an big ax from the top)
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    Sony A7 + Summilux-R 50mm f/1.4

    Enjoy!

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    Sony A7 + Summilux-R 50mm f/1.4

    Enjoy!

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    Nice picture, Godfrey. A b&w conversion would also work nicely with this one, I think.

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    Nice picture, Godfrey. A b&w conversion would also work nicely with this one, I think.
    Thanks Douglas.

    I tried a B&W first, it didn't sing to me. Maybe I'll go back and try it again.

    This rendering is a subdued color palette: I like the subtle colors of the handle and the rust on the blade.

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    Wonderful! Tareq, please state the lens(-es) used
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    It is a continuous of my first out testing the camera, that day i used only Canon TS-E 24mm II, i will post more from that day results here later.
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