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    Silver Maple & Myrtle. Sony A7r + Hasselblad 80mm f/2.8 Planar + Rhinocam. Eight shots stitched in Autopano Pro 3. Original was about 160 MP before slight cropping.



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    I have been hanging around all day waiting for the WATE to turn up!
    I was just about to give up when I had a knock at the door a couple of hours ago.
    I knew that the Fair was in Bodmin town so I snapped a couple of shots off quickly up there...This was the best shot of pretty poor bunch and needed quite a lot of PP.
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    Barry, looks as though one kid doesn't respect your WATE.

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    Here are few from Contax G90 on A7r ...

    I think it is a darn sharp lens...
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    Very funny Joe - And I see another kid not respecting yours...Touché :-)

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    A question for you Joe,
    I noticed that the WATE isn't totally devoid of colour shift, especially at the 16mm end as one would expect (certainly it's a lot better than my old CV15)...In the past I have used Cornerfix and templates etc...But I find it a drag.
    As you have had your WATE longer than me and your images are all nicely cleaned up.
    I expect that you are using some other method, probably LR5 (my LR is old 3.6 and I still like CS)...Any tips would be grateful...Cheers Barry

    PS. Please don't say upgrade my LR3.6...I am looking for an alternative to LR and Cornerfix if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    A question for you Joe,
    I noticed that the WATE isn't totally devoid of colour shift, especially at the 16mm end as one would expect (certainly it's a lot better than my old CV15)...In the past I have used Cornerfix and templates etc...But I find it a drag.
    As you have had your WATE longer than me and your images are all nicely cleaned up.
    I expect that you are using some other method, probably LR5 (my LR is old 3.6 and I still like CS)...Any tips would be grateful...Cheers Barry

    PS. Please don't say upgrade my LR3.6...I am looking for an alternative to LR and Cornerfix if possible.
    Barry, unfortunately I can't help much for a couple of reasons. First, I rarely use the WATE at 16mm, so I don't encounter the color/colour shift as much as someone who does. Second, I use the most recent version of LR (5.4) and the DNG Flat Field plugin for those occasions where I need to correct a color shift.

    Those who use Capture One report that it does a fine job of color shift correction, with an LCC frame shot with the camera/lens/aperture/ISO combo being used for the scene. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Barry, unfortunately I can't help much for a couple of reasons. First, I rarely use the WATE at 16mm, so I don't encounter the color/colour shift as much as someone who does. Second, I use the most recent version of LR (5.4) and the DNG Flat Field plugin for those occasions where I need to correct a color shift.

    Those who use Capture One report that it does a fine job of color shift correction, with an LCC frame shot with the camera/lens/aperture/ISO combo being used for the scene. Hope this helps.

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    Many thanks Joe most appreciated.
    I think I need to bite the bullet and just upgrade my LR and get to grips with it like everybody else...Or just shoot BW at the 16mm end where it shows up the most.
    Thanks again...Barry

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    An old bridge in Dieppe.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post

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    Bart, did this building collapse while renovating or is this part of the plan?
    Usually I see this building dayly but i am not in town at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    I think I need to bite the bullet and just upgrade my LR and get to grips with it like everybody else...Or just shoot BW at the 16mm end where it shows up the most.
    Just my opinion, but you shouldn't let an older version of s/w (LR 3.6) stand in your way of producing the very best images that you can, or force you to work in way that's compromised. LR 5.4 is pretty darn good, and I'm sure you'd be up to speed in no time. I'd be willing to watch after your WATE while you learn LR 5.4, if that would help
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    Doug, you are absolutely correct LR3.6 is probably good enough for most things and certainly a good starting point for a novice like me (I really should take a look at it but I am so busy nowadays)...I could be entirely wrong on this but doesn't the DNG Flat Field Plugin only works with LR5+?
    The DFFP would be my main reason for upgrading my LR3.6 as I am entirely comfortable still using CS - I have so many filters, actions and scripts that get the job done quickly I would be loathed to say cheerio to them (as they are not compatible with LR).
    BTW - Thanks for the kind offer to look after my WATE while I am back to school again...You can look after my parents as well if you like? :-)
    Cheers Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Doug, you are absolutely correct LR3.6 is probably good enough for most things and certainly a good starting point for a novice like me (I really should take a look at it but I am so busy nowadays)...I could be entirely wrong on this but doesn't the DNG Flat Field Plugin only works with LR5+?
    The DFFP would be my main reason for upgrading my LR3.6 as I am entirely comfortable still using CS - I have so many filters, actions and scripts that get the job done quickly I would be loathed to say cheerio to them (as they are not compatible with LR).
    BTW - Thanks for the kind offer to look after my WATE while I am back to school again...You can look after my parents as well if you like? :-)
    Cheers Barry
    Hi Barry - not sure if LR 5 or greater is required for the DNG Flat Field plugin or not. Totally understand the apprehension about moving from a comfortable workflow to something a bit different. Regarding the WATE, I'd be happy to look after your parents, your friends, etc. Whatever is required
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    Barry, unfortunately I can't help much for a couple of reasons. First, I rarely use the WATE at 16mm, so I don't encounter the color/colour shift as much as someone who does. Second, I use the most recent version of LR (5.4) and the DNG Flat Field plugin for those occasions where I need to correct a color shift.

    Those who use Capture One report that it does a fine job of color shift correction, with an LCC frame shot with the camera/lens/aperture/ISO combo being used for the scene. Hope this helps.

    Joe
    Hi Barry,
    Congratulations on the WATE!!! I had no intention of purchasing the WATE either, as I had the 21 SEM with M240. But I have been amazed with the IQ of the WATE combined with the A7r and Novoflex adapter. My workflow combines the latest Lr 5.4, and to date I have had no issues with color shifts, comparable to the M240. I use all 16, 18 and 21 FL's, and I have not needed to compensate for color shifts. I still have the occasional color shifts even with the M240 with WA's.

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    Besides all these WA's and WATE (for me it spells wait) here is a long one:

    "Tuscan Landscape"




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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Doug, you are absolutely correct LR3.6 is probably good enough for most things and certainly a good starting point for a novice like me (I really should take a look at it but I am so busy nowadays)...I could be entirely wrong on this but doesn't the DNG Flat Field Plugin only works with LR5+?
    The DFFP would be my main reason for upgrading my LR3.6 as I am entirely comfortable still using CS - I have so many filters, actions and scripts that get the job done quickly I would be loathed to say cheerio to them (as they are not compatible with LR).
    BTW - Thanks for the kind offer to look after my WATE while I am back to school again...You can look after my parents as well if you like? :-)
    Cheers Barry
    The flat field plugin works with lightroom 4.0 or higher. I use it with version 4.4 without any problems.
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    Hi Barry - not sure if LR 5 or greater is required for the DNG Flat Field plugin or not. Totally understand the apprehension about moving from a comfortable workflow to something a bit different. Regarding the WATE, I'd be happy to look after your parents, your friends, etc. Whatever is required

    Doug...You have absolutely no idea what you would be letting yourself in for...Be afraid, be very afraid!
    Now that's what I call “Friends with Benefits”....Cheers Barry



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    Hi Barry,
    Congratulations on the WATE!!! I had no intention of purchasing the WATE either, as I had the 21 SEM with M240. But I have been amazed with the IQ of the WATE combined with the A7r and Novoflex adapter. My workflow combines the latest Lr 5.4, and to date I have had no issues with color shifts, comparable to the M240. I use all 16, 18 and 21 FL's, and I have not needed to compensate for color shifts. I still have the occasional color shifts even with the M240 with WA's.


    Many thanks Charles, I have a confession that your WATE images on another thread (which I love BTW) were very instrumental in me getting my WATE (That Vs. lugging both a 18mm and 21mm Distagon around all day).
    I am sharing my Voigtlander VM adapter currently with both the CV35/1.2 and the WATE which is not ideal, so I will probably spring for the Novoflex adapter the next time around, not that the VM doesn't work fine but just to see how good the Novoflex ones are that everybody raves about.
    Also very pleased with the WATE it's a great lightweight lens solution that is amazingly sharp corner to corner at F8 where I would use it mostly. All 3 focal lengths (and in between I am happy to say) are brilliant.
    Re: LR5.4...It's becoming evident from the responses that LR is the way forward (Glad to hear you are not getting any colour shifts)...I think I need to upgrade and probably get a new PC or a Mac to go with it while I am at it....Thanks again Barry



    Quote Originally Posted by Slingers View Post
    The flat field plugin works with lightroom 4.0 or higher. I use it with version 4.4 without any problems.
    Thanks for that Slingers, that's very interesting to know...I knew it didn't go with my LR3.6 - I just wasn't sure which versions it commenced from...Thanks again Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Besides all these WA's and WATE (for me it spells wait) here is a long one:

    "Tuscan Landscape"




    DSC07750.jpg by W.Utsch, on Flickr
    Nice one Werner....BTW a long one for me spells "WEIGHT"
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    Hi Barry - not sure if LR 5 or greater is required for the DNG Flat Field plugin or not. Totally understand the apprehension about moving from a comfortable workflow to something a bit different. ...
    According to the download page, LR 4 or later.

    The improvements in the raw conversion engine with LR5 alone are worth it; the control improvements and new UI for applying adjustments make more sense to me as well.

    See Julianne Kost's Lightroom pages for details on the new features and differences. The "new features" and "getting started with Lightroom 5" are very useful starting points. Julieanne Kost. Principal Digital Imaging Evangelist, Adobe Systems, Inc. Adobe Lightroom tutorials.

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    y'all keep pumping out these great pix ...

    my conference commitments end next friday. then i'm taking a couple days off and will dust off the cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Bart, did this building collapse while renovating or is this part of the plan?
    Usually I see this building dayly but i am not in town at the moment.
    Hi Michiel,

    not sure the building actually collapsed by incident, seems more like intentional applied brute force to me.
    But than, perhaps it had flaws after all ...

    Kind regards.
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    Bart ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    According to the download page, LR 4 or later.

    The improvements in the raw conversion engine with LR5 alone are worth it; the control improvements and new UI for applying adjustments make more sense to me as well.

    See Julianne Kost's Lightroom pages for details on the new features and differences. The "new features" and "getting started with Lightroom 5" are very useful starting points. Julieanne Kost. Principal Digital Imaging Evangelist, Adobe Systems, Inc. Adobe Lightroom tutorials.

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    Many thanks Godfrey for all the information and link etc...
    The latest LR looks the way to go forward from what you have written.
    Look forward to seeing your images again soon.
    Cheers Barry

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    Two more panos with the A7r on a rhinocam adapter with Hassy lenses.

    Taughannock Falls overlook view Hasselblad 80mm Planar 8 images stitched in AutoPano Pro3. If you look at the original notice people visible on lower viewing platform and another overlook on the high cliff to the left. The falls has a drop of 315 ft.



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    Cayuga Lake looking north from Toro Run vineyard. 6 image stitch with the Hasselblad 40mm Distagon.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    Just taking the a7r to old familiar haunts in the local area

    .. Zeiss ZF 100mm f2.0, Santa Cruz
    I really like these Jim and the Garapatta image.
    Your processing of these images have really suited the subject matter.
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    Two cyclists.



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    Two cyclists.
    Geeze Michiel, you really got me here. Sitting with my first coffee, I was kinda irritated. - Two cyclists? - While looking at the first shot, not realising there was one below.

    I am getting old. LoL

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    Good morning Georg, I have to admit, the cyclists are rather small.

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    "Passing By"
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    Michiel...Those are not empty streets!....To much traffic in Dieppe for my liking. :-)

    Werner...Great Juxtaposition of all the elements from the foreground to the horizon.

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    Three shots taken in the park today with the Leica R 35-70 f/4 on the A7r.





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    "Stone/Flowers"




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    The offspring of flowers from walls, buildings etc.is typical for tuscany. I could spot it everywhere.
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    Seaward Tree - A7 + Leica C-40 Summicron

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    Scenes from Seneca Lake, upstate New York
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    Rawfa, great portrait series.
    Did you add flares in PP in the 2nd shot? What lens did you use?

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    'island trail' - A7R FE 24/70

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    Rawfa, great portrait series.
    Did you add flares in PP in the 2nd shot? What lens did you use?
    Thanks. The flares were achieved naturally. I've used the fe 55mm 1.8 and a pentax 35mm 2.0
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    Yesterday, it was officially first day of Winter in Australia. The day was 24 DegC, amazing for Winter Shots Fingal Heads, NSW, with the A7r and WATE.











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    I was asked by a co worker to take photos of her grandsons 1st birthday party in a local park. I can never say no to taking pictures. All shots on the A7 with Minolta MC Rokkor PF 55/1.7 (second version). The black and white shots are all straight out of the camera, felt to lazy to process. The lighting at the part was simply horrible. It took place at 2 o'clock in the afternoon on a bright day, with parts of the party in the dark shade and parts directly in the sun. On top of that the chairs and table cloths were white. Simply a nightmare of lows and highs. And on top of that I dont use flash at all. So natural (crappy) light it is then. Lol.


    dreams of string and air


    the stillness of the memory


    at the center of the storm


    photography's golden age


    a beautiful party


    with the appropriate amount of distrust


    the dream realized
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    a7r with FE 70-200 at 200mm.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Seaward Tree - A7 + Leica C-40 Summicron

    That combination seems to work very well.
    I would hope that lens also works well on the A7R.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    a7r with FE 70-200 at 200mm.

    Great mood and texture.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Sony A7r, FE35mm
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Searching for fairies in the grass. A7R+ZM 85/2

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by f/otographer View Post
    My daughter, some dancing at a recent chili cook off, and an old Yashica Electro shot. First three are from the Minolta MC Rokkor PF 55/1.7, one of my favorite Rokkors that I havent been giving enough shoot time on my A7. That needs to change. The next two are from my venerable ML 50/1.7 and the last is 'lens unremembered'.

    alll to soon the ravages of time (steals from us our youth)


    stompey stomp (I think every child everywhere makes a beeline for every puddle ever)


    the fairy queen holds court


    cutting a rug in the golden years


    Electro


    epiphany (a sudden understanding as to the basic nature of things)
    Haven't been following this thread for a while. These are just fantastic. Absolutely love them.
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