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    Quick shot from yesterday inside a Dillards dept. store. I made use of the mannequins since I could not move them out of the way I did rearrange them a little. I think its kind of cool. Shots with my lights and my 85 1.4 at F8. I tamed down the sharpness a little


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    'fort window' - A7R / FE 24-70

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    Amazingly three-dimensional!

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    A7r, 70-200 OS
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    well.. guess i'll have to jump on the bandwagon.

    selling the D800 & going with the A7R.. Took it down to the Boardwalk for an initial test drive. Most of my lenses are manual focus (Nikkor, Zeiss & Leica).. so i have lots I can put on it. Camera feels made for manual focus lenses!


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    Emerging sugar maple leaves. A7r with Mamiya 150mm f/3.5 N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    well.. guess i'll have to jump on the bandwagon.

    selling the D800 & going with the A7R.. Took it down to the Boardwalk for an initial test drive. Most of my lenses are manual focus (Nikkor, Zeiss & Leica).. so i have lots I can put on it. Camera feels made for manual focus lenses!




    Zeiss 21mm 2.8
    Really like this picture. The bad weather adds to it.
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    Some from houses on an old dyke in the north of Amsterdam.

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    I have been lurking here for quite a while and seeing all the great images, I decided to join in the fun. I have just returned from a 11-day trip to Ethiopia. Together with my M240 and M8, I brought along an A7R with an assortment of M and R lenses. The only native FE lens I have is the 55 f1.8. It is this combo that impresses me with IQ that can only be described as superb! Here are a few images with this set-up,





































    The last image was captured at ISO 3200 @f1.8 in an underground church.

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    A fabulous start N S Ng...Look forward to seeing more of your images.
    The FE 55mm f1.8 is a stunning lens for sure.
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    + 1. Superb set. Esp love the 3rd pic of the girl and 5th pic of the boy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nsng;582969[IMG
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    What an absolutely stunning set of images, each photo a powerful portrait in its own right. This one however stands out for me. The look on her face contrasting with the foreground blur comes out as both poignant and perfectly composed. One of those shots that are only there for a split second and then gone forever. Well done and welcome aboard. Looking forward to seeing more from you.

    Should be mentioned, the last two shots stand out as well. Kudos, great shooting.

    EDIT: Huh, that didnt work. Thought it would copy the photo in the quote. Oh well, you know which one I mean.
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    First shot is from the Zeiss Biotar 58/2 from a while back. The last three are from a trip to the park today with my daughter. All of these on the Yashica ML 50/1.7 (series 2).

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    did she make it?


    just some bokeh


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    @ nsng,

    I'm adding my echo to the thx & praise above. An outstanding series, and the one with girl & tomato is absolutely stunning!
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    A bit of urban gardening:

    I'm so impressed with the sharpness of the Planar 1.4 C/Y on A7 that I'm thinking of gettting an A7r just to see what these old lenses can do at 36MP. (The image hasn't been sharpened – not even LR default sharpening.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Some from houses on an old dyke in the north of Amsterdam.

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    Hi Michiel,

    really like the colours here, is this place Schellingwoude ?

    TIA

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    N S NG: Fantastic start here! A friendly welcome to you.

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    Hi and welcome NSNG,

    very nice! The one with the five males in what appears being a cave of some sorts captures imagination.

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    "Loft"




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    "Comb"




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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi Michiel,

    really like the colours here, is this place Schellingwoude ?

    TIA

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    Hi Bart thanks!

    I love the lightmix clouds/sunshine for colours.

    Very near Schellingwoude on the Nieuwendammerdijk.
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    Some more from the Nieuwendammerdijk.





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    A fabulous start N S Ng...Look forward to seeing more of your images.
    The FE 55mm f1.8 is a stunning lens for sure.
    Welcome to GetDPI....Cheers Barry
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    Great stuff everyone. Been busy shooting real gigs and trying the A6000 as well, very impressed with this 650 dollar cam. Serves as a nice backup and with FE lenses are charmer with AF speed.
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    Foggy In New York City. A7/FE 55.





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    A7r + Zeiss Contax 85/1.4

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    At the shipyard.

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    Beautiful work everyone, still wondering why would some people complaining so much from the amazing sony a7r

    Few captured with the a7r with FE 35 f2.8 and Leica M 28 cron

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    Some from the Georgetown neighborhood - A7 + CV15, LM28/2, and ZM50/2
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    This one is a keeper ! I like it.

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    I invite you to have a look at the corners at 100% via Flickr.
    Thanks for the invitation Werner.
    I did...The 18mm Zeiss seems to shine in your hands.
    Amazingly sharp - It resolves just great.
    The 18mm Distagon is normally overlooked for it's 21mm cousin but it's hard to understand why when it behaves so well on the A7R.
    Cheers Barry

    PS. Do the corners need any extra PP work?

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    A fabulous start N S Ng...Look forward to seeing more of your images.
    The FE 55mm f1.8 is a stunning lens for sure.
    Welcome to GetDPI....Cheers Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by f/otographer View Post
    What an absolutely stunning set of images, each photo a powerful portrait in its own right. This one however stands out for me. The look on her face contrasting with the foreground blur comes out as both poignant and perfectly composed. One of those shots that are only there for a split second and then gone forever. Well done and welcome aboard. Looking forward to seeing more from you.

    Should be mentioned, the last two shots stand out as well. Kudos, great shooting.

    EDIT: Huh, that didnt work. Thought it would copy the photo in the quote. Oh well, you know which one I mean.
    Thanks. This was in a busy market. I was attracted to the yellow colour of the head scarf. I just aimed and and triggered the camera at her through the green leaves. A Decisive Moment?

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    N S NG: Fantastic start here! A friendly welcome to you.

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    Thanks Werner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    Hi and welcome NSNG,

    very nice! The one with the five males in what appears being a cave of some sorts captures imagination.

    Best
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    This was captured in an underground church in Lalibela, a town in the north famous for its monolithic rock cut churches. It was St George's Day and the church was crowded with worshippers. I managed to squeeze into the narrow passage and saw this group of men with enough light to grab a couple of shots before being pushed in another direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    @ nsng,

    I'm adding my echo to the thx & praise above. An outstanding series, and the one with girl & tomato is absolutely stunning!
    Kirk
    These two girls were standing at the door way and did not mind being photographed. Together with other photographers, we managed to take a number of shots.

    Many of the local people are very photogenic, but it is best to smile and ask before taking any photo.

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    Thanks for the invitation Werner.
    I did...The 18mm Zeiss seems to shine in your hands.
    Amazingly sharp - It resolves just great.
    The 18mm Distagon is normally overlooked for it's 21mm cousin but it's hard to understand why when it behaves so well on the A7R.
    Cheers Barry

    PS. Do the corners need any extra PP work?
    Thanks Barry,
    yes the 21 Distagon is quite famous and good but i think it is to big on the 7's.
    The other advantage of the 18, beside the 3mm less, it is cheaper as well.

    No special PP in the corners, there is a lens profile in LR wich you can use if necessary for vignetting and distortion correction. The profile was used in the "Greenhouse" shot, the roof construction needs straight lines....

    Regards Werner
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    Blustery weather in Cornwall.

    Nth Petherwin countryside

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    Quentin and Yat: Wonderful!

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    Breathtaking N S Ng! Especially the first one and the sixth one in color. I love b&w pictures but in this case I like your color versions better. Maybe I just got spoiled after staring at some Monochrom Leica photos the other day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsng View Post
    I have been lurking here for quite a while and seeing all the great images, I decided to join in the fun. I have just returned from a 11-day trip to Ethiopia. Together with my M240 and M8, I brought along an A7R with an assortment of M and R lenses. The only native FE lens I have is the 55 f1.8. It is this combo that impresses me with IQ that can only be described as superb! Here are a few images with this set-up,

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Thanks Barry,
    yes the 21 Distagon is quite famous and good but i think it is to big on the 7's.
    The other advantage of the 18, beside the 3mm less, it is cheaper as well.

    No special PP in the corners, there is a lens profile in LR wich you can use if necessary for vignetting and distortion correction. The profile was used in the "Greenhouse" shot, the roof construction needs straight lines....

    Regards Werner
    Many thanks Werner for the Zeiss 18mm thumbs up,
    The 18mm has a lot of good things going for it and it suits my style of photography just fine...I will wait and see just how well the newly announced and versatile 16-35mm F4 FE Sony performs on the A7R before making my mind up.
    After selling 6 Leica M mount (Leica/Zeiss/Voigtlander) lenses this year I decided to start all over again and have a complete change. At the moment I have just a 35mm, 55mm and 58mm which is pretty limiting to put it mildly...I desperately want something a bit wider (and longer).
    Thanks again for your help...Cheers Barry

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