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    Carpet...A7 + 55mm 1.8, adjustier in Snapseed
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    Taken this evening over at Fowey, I suspect one or two of you have been fortunate enough to have been aboard the National Geographic Explorer...Cheers Barry

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    Some more great images N S Ng,
    The black and white image and ladder reminded me of Sebastio Salgado and the Brazilian gold miners.
    Keep them coming.
    Cheers Barry
    Hi Barry,

    This place is Merkato in Addis Ababa. It is supposedly the largest market in Africa. But to me certain parts looked like recycling centres. Things which we would send to the landfill are recycled, repackaged and resold.

    Last August when I was in London, I went to see Salgado's Genesis exhibition. Powerful images.

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    Shot a gig today of BLUE palm Trees. Not your normal Palm Tree. Still have more to shoot tomorrow. But I shot this with the Sony 20mm at F9 with the A7r and 4 strobes. I am after a little flash look to make the Palm stand out. I'm about 15 ft in the air standing on a 8 ft platform in the back of a pickup. Extremely steep driveway.

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    Two from my last trip to Tuscany:

    The first one is an anonymous colleague.

    The second shot "Cupola" is a 5 images stitch (handheld), 4 to each side one shot of the middle, with the ZE 18/3.5. It was pretty dark and i had to use ISO 5000 to get reasonable shutter and aperture.
    The stitched image has 150 MP and could be printed in native resolution (240 dpi) 1,25 m by 1,25 m (ca 50x50 inch)
    The detail (see at Flickr) in the mosaic is fantastic.

    "Looking For Light (Battistero, Firenze)"




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    "Cupola Del Battistero, Firenze"



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    The second shot "Cupola" is a 5 images stitch (handheld), 4 to each side one shot of the middle, with the ZE 18/3.5.
    Fantastic Werner!
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    Nice photos, do you use A7 or A7r? Wich lens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Two from my last trip to Tuscany:

    The first one is an anonymous colleague.

    The second shot "Cupola" is a 5 images stitch (handheld), 4 to each side one shot of the middle, with the ZE 18/3.5. It was pretty dark and i had to use ISO 5000 to get reasonable shutter and aperture.
    The stitched image has 150 MP and could be printed in native resolution (240 dpi) 1,25 m by 1,25 m (ca 50x50 inch)
    The detail (see at Flickr) in the mosaic is fantastic.

    "Looking For Light (Battistero, Firenze)"




    DSC06506.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr


    "Cupola Del Battistero, Firenze"



    DSC06511 Panorama-3.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr
    KUDOS Werner,
    As if 18mm wasn't wide enough!
    Not sure I have seen a 7.15mm wide angle shot before on the A7R...Now I have.
    My poor little Android Nexus 7 shrieked and went into hibernation at the very thought at downloading 12709 x 12205 pixels from Flickr.
    Cheers Barry

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    Hi Barry,

    This place is Merkato in Addis Ababa. It is supposedly the largest market in Africa. But to me certain parts looked like recycling centres. Things which we would send to the landfill are recycled, repackaged and resold.

    Last August when I was in London, I went to see Salgado's Genesis exhibition. Powerful images.

    N S Ng
    Many thanks N S Ng for the extra information, it's always nice to have a bit more background information, it makes the story complete.

    Sebastião Salgado is a marvelous photographer that has my utmost respect...I travelled to London in the early 90's to see his "Workers" Exhibition and later on to see the "Terra" Exhibition, Poweful images as you say...I do have a soft spot more for his earlier work if I am to be honest (Tri X film and Leica M6 and R6.2 cameras...Probably because I was using the same back in those days) as those images are more subtle than the more recent over-dramatised (over cooked) digital stuff...Just a personal preference of mine not everbody's I know.
    What's more important is that he puts his photography to good use for the planet and those who live on it.

    Anyway I am very much enjoying youre images at this moment in time...Keep them coming.

    Cheers Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamoulox View Post
    Nice photos, do you use A7 or A7r? Wich lens?
    Thank you.

    I use an A7R. The first shot is with a Nikkor 85 f/2 AI-S that I've borrowed from a friend. I have a ZM 85 f/2 that I normally use but I wanted to see how much of a difference there is in performance.

    Second shot is my trusty ZM 50 f/2 Planar.
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    some 'holiday snaps' while visiting family in NYC

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    Italian Wine?
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    Taken this afternoon at Looe



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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Hi John
    Sorry I meant to get back earlier to you regarding your post.
    I think that was a great little book if I remember correctly "Tales and legends" that I read as a child (suitable for both adults and children alike...Even better than Game of Thrones IMO) when my parents used to bring me down to St Ives on holiday in the mid 60's.
    (BTW. The weather was good in those days or at least how I remember it - it was, but then I was only a kid and my memory is hazy now)

    I managed about 5 years ago to pick up a very early edition of Robert Hunt's collected stories "Popular Romances of the West of England" or also known as "The Drolls, Traditions, Superstitions of old Cornwall"...If I remember correctly a lot of the stories from "Tales and Legends" were taken from it...But BEWARE some of the other stories from the original will scare you to death ...Definitely not all the stories are suitable for children.
    Cheers Barry

    Well Barry, I was reminded of this post when my copy of Robert Hunt's Cornwall book arrived. I also remembered that I wanted to make a link back to photography to keep the post legit for this thread.
    "Photography
    Hunt took up photography with great zeal, following Daguerre's discovery, developed the actinograph and introducing business processes. His Manual of Photography (1841, ed. 5, 1857) was the first English treatise on the subject.[3] Hunt also experimented generally on the action of light, and published Researches on Light (1844)."

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    I hired a new assistant today. Getting really tired of all the moaning and groaning that I don't feed them enough on the job. So I hired Chewy here what a great assistant only eats grass and just wants to hang around. One problem though he likes to be in the shots a little to often. But he is free what can I expect. LOL

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    couple of shots from a Hamptons site we are working on, sea grass "implants" still young



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    Quote Originally Posted by jfirneno View Post
    Well Barry, I was reminded of this post when my copy of Robert Hunt's Cornwall book arrived. I also remembered that I wanted to make a link back to photography to keep the post legit for this thread.
    "Photography
    Hunt took up photography with great zeal, following Daguerre's discovery, developed the actinograph and introducing business processes. His Manual of Photography (1841, ed. 5, 1857) was the first English treatise on the subject.[3] Hunt also experimented generally on the action of light, and published Researches on Light (1844)."

    Regards,
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    Many thanks for that information John...I was totally unaware that Robert Hunt of Cornish folkiore fame was also the very same Robert Hunt known for the actinograph.
    I do actually have an interest in early photographic history and have a fairly decent library of old photographic books, yet I never made the connection!
    In the 80's I used to coat my own papers with various old types of photographic processes and make contact prints from my 14x11 Field camera and 10x8 Gandolfi traditional camera negatives.
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    Thanks everybody for your comments and the likes to the Cupola shot.

    I was heading south to my home in Switzerland and going further south to Italy next week again. Hope to bring some decent shots back...

    Shot this when i arrived on Lake Lugano from my balcony


    "Pine And Lake"



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    This is a b&w image with rays of light filtering through the clouds over the Northern Ethiopian landscape,

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    A bit of a double posting so will only share one-image. Got the 7r back a couple days ago after having it converted to 665nm IR. The following is a test shot from yesterday.


    "The Oaks" Sony A7r FE24-70 (24mm) f/11 1/160 ISO 160 (handheld)
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    Got the 7r back a couple days ago after having it converted to 665nm IR.
    Don, who did your conversion? I really like that image.

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    Don, who did your conversion? I really like that image.

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    Life Pixel.

    The image was processed using a combination of C1Pro, Photoshop CC and NIK.
    Very cool. Focus peaking with live view/EVIL on IR......hmmmmm !!!!

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    sorry the small pics...

    first test A7 + 55mm 1.8

    Leafs: 1.8
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    Really enjoy the image of the leafs, well done!

    ..... also the rocking horse as well.

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    This is a b&w image with rays of light filtering through the clouds over the Northern Ethiopian landscape,

    When I saw this I immediately thought: "Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis"
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    Inside a flower.

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    A lovely sunny day in the park







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    Stunning; I think you found a home for that lens!

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    A very short door – with 40 Summicron (my favorite lens) on A7:

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    Very interesting bokeh with that Pentax lens. You remind me that I haven't tried my Nikkor 50/1.2 AI-S on the A7 yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Very interesting bokeh with that Pentax lens. You remind me that I haven't tried my Nikkor 50/1.2 AI-S on the A7 yet.

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    Stunning; I think you found a home for that lens!

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    with a 1.2 lens one tends to use it wide open all the time. Silly me ...
    But it's good fun both on the Sony and the Pentax.
    Actually even better on the Sony for it's ISO50 !

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    'blue doors' - A7R FE 55/1.8

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    One last glimpse back, on my way out of Yellowstone National Park.

    Sony 24-70mm at 60mm @f9.0

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    One last glimpse back, on my way out of Yellowstone National Park.

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    beautiful!!!
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    A little 'close-up' fun with 75'LUX and double OUFRO



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    I've been out of the loop for a good while, but it's good to see you guys have been hard at it making still more excellent photos.

    I bought some old Leica-R lenses (2.8/24, 2/50, 2/90 and a 3.5/35-70) over the last couple of months. The 50 needed a CLA, but came back pristine last week.

    I have managed to make a few photos with these lenses, and I think I'm going to like them a lot. I'll have to sell my Pentax gear before I can afford the 60 macro and the FE 24-70 I covet...

    There are a few recent efforts with these lenses here, including some 100% crops, for those interested.

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    The trouble is that the FE 55mm F1.8 is such a good lens I tend to overlook my humble 58mm F1.2 Rokkor, which is a shame because it's a great lens IMHO.
    You have to play to a lenses strength nowadays. The Rokkor is by no means a macro lens but add some extension tubes and you are rewarded with a beautiful OoF Bokeh. Cheers Barry

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    Keep Earth Human,
    report alien graffiti?

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    A7, 40 Summicron; 2 files stitched to make a square (more than 36 MP!)

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