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    Etretat, Normandy.

    Wow! This is really stunning, Michiel!
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    ^^^ Michiel: love the perspective on that shot! ^^^
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    Thanks gentlemen! I was a bit hanging over the cliff for it

    Some more cliffs.



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    I am a sucker for cliffs, and these I like a lot! .... MORE!
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    Thanks gentlemen! I was a bit hanging over the cliff for it
    I know the feeling, literally! I used this picture here - ruthelessly slipping in a non Sony file here - to teach students back in Ireland the most important aspect of Landscape photography...SAFETY FIRST! I explained how this picture came about, and why it became a limited edition as I never would attemot such undertaking again in my life.

    In short, huge atlantic Seagulls attacking me in waves from above, I am defending my head with a Olympus camera in my left hand, whacking it against the incoming gulls, while in my right hand, my arm extended to the maximum over the cliff, I tried to shoot with a phase one, then sony, while risking to loose footing. A surreal dance on the edge of the cliffs so to speak.

    This scene here can not be seen from a boat or otherwise, as the entrance is blocked by a huge rock, hence it can not be seen either way, only by doing what I stupidly did there to get a shot.

    Solution: Use metal bars to extend the camera over the edge of cliffs.

    "Cliffhanger"

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    Checking out an old SMC Pentax A-645 45mm f/2.8 lens on the A7R via Rhinocam. Crop from A six shot stitch at f/16. There was a lot of CA and purple fringing, but it was easily removed in LR.



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    Curious assortment of floating debris near St Anthony Falls on the Mississippi river (that's a decoy, btw, not a real duck.)

    a7R with FE 70-200mm F4 at 200mm @ f9.0


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    Georg, what a story. Those seagulls can be quiet aggresive once you come close to theit biotope. These are from below in the shadow of the cliffs. Seagulls were making a lot of noice around me but not really attacking.

    Vattetot sur mer. The cliffs from below.



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    And something else. A door in Fecamp.

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    Georg, what a story. Those seagulls can be quiet aggresive once you come close to theit biotope.
    I learned later that evening that it was their breeding ground and as far as the gulls were concerned, I was there at the wrong time. To be honest, I knew that gulls are not to be taken lightly, but the wolf like attacking behaviour was amazing. That whole thing lasted more than 20 minutes, butc when I nearly puked my guts out was the next day in a boat. First time I saw the surrounding cliffs from that perspective, and boy oh boy, there was nothing but a sliver of bog land, ready to move at any time, and exactly this happens regulary. People think they stand on solid ground, but it is just a very thin part of wet bog on granit. The rain, the wind, and a stupid pohotographer is all it takes for disaster to strike.

    After that event I educated myself on cliffs, fascinated by the landscape on the one hand as a photographer, but curious on all things concerning biotope and geology at the edge of the water world as well.

    Some cliffs at around 2,000 feet for example can generate their own biotope, and - hold on to your butts - they generate their own weather in deed. So yes, it happens often that people are just blown over the edge out of nowhere so to speak. Problem is that most people never experienced before a strong wind knocking them off their feet.

    I bring 96 Kilo to the scale without a backpack and I remember well when this happend to me first. You look like an idiot mumbling "wtf was that?"

    Cliffs, it's a wonderful and fascinating world in deed, but one has to approach them with respect and a little knowledge on the inherent dangers. Pissing contests - believe me, I have seen this happening with adults! - who gets closer to the edge and stuff, are just plain idiotic.

    P.S.

    Just a thought... Pictures really come to live for me when the photographer has something to tell about them, particulary landscape shots, but not exclusively. Mhhh, while chatting away here, an idea came to my mind. would it not be nice to have a thread, regardless what camera was used, where one posts 1-3 pictures and tells a short story that belongs to them.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    To add a cliff, though a very different one:

    "The Cliff Of The Conero And The Adriatic Sea"

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    It is very nice to see the difference of the North in Michiels cliff pics and the South from the Adriatic where the air is much more humid and the sea looks very other.

    But for sure i don't want to compare my shot with these great cliff shots from Michiel which really stand out!
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    You are not supposed to use that R/100 around here anymore



    It is a wonderful contrast and shows the difference in weathering (upper part of cliffs) and erosion (base of cliffs) in a mediterranean environment contrasting the Atlantic shores.

    sniff... this is an unfullfilled dream of mine gentlemen, shooting a cliffs portfolio (windstill and storm) around the world.... sigh!
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    Short little story to that picture. ( I have no access to my raw files right now, so this is just a subquality jpg from long ago) I printed it 60 inch wide on Hahnemühle Bamboo 290gsm and framed it in a Halbe Alu frame behind antireflex glass.

    Exhibition time. Besides A2 and A1 framed shots, i had 6 of that enormous size as well, and after the proceedure of placing them on walls and giving them a final clean, I was somehwat exhausted from the weeks of preperation before, excited and nervous about the exhibition, but relieved as well that all was done now. So I grabbed a coffee and sat quiet in a corner when some first visitors came and had a look. To my astonishment, a great lot of them just stood there in fron of it, then stepped back and took a photo with their phone.

    Well, surely I was pleased on such reaction I have to say.

    One Lady did that and then sat down beside me and started talking about the shot, not knowing that i did that. She was taken by the colors and the size of course and really liked that vista. When she was again talking about the colors I answered that this came about at 4:30 am and the first light hitting the rocks and setting them on fire. She looked at me like "DOH?!?" then laughed, and realised that it was me who did that. I explained about the danger of the seals in the caves and that we tried to get in and shoot some pictures but were attacked right away so we chose not to disturb them.

    She bought it later that day and I delievered it to her personally as she had a holiday home not so far away from my place.

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    Georg, to make you feel better , here is an other one with a Nikon lens:


    "Conero Cliff"




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    Wow, thank's Georg.
    Downloaded, have to read it.

    The area around Ancona is very interesting in every respect and it is a italian landscape that is not to much visited.

    I intend to go there more often. Not only the geology but als the culture is fascinating. I bought some Cd's of "Gastone Pietrucci and La Mancha" with incredible local Music! And we had o/c lot's of Conero's Wine.....

    More Pic's to come....

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    [QUOTE=Georg Baumann;
    Just a thought... Pictures really come to live for me when the photographer has something to tell about them, particulary landscape shots, but not exclusively. Mhhh, while chatting away here, an idea came to my mind. would it not be nice to have a thread, regardless what camera was used, where one posts 1-3 pictures and tells a short story that belongs to them.[/QUOTE]

    Good idea and could be done as a new thread in Other discussions. Please do!
    It is good when themes trancend brands.

    Funny how a subject suddenly can stir up a lot of enthousiasm on the forum

    Werner, loveley shots from the Adriatic coast!

    Same cliff from two sides at Etretat.



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    Thank's
    Superb shots of an extraordinary scenery, Michiel!

    I think Georg's idea of a subject or story orientated thread is a very good one.

    Otherwise i like it if you can respond spontanous here (remember the "Red" theme we had some time ago) to someones post with pics of the same or alike theme/story...
    then it gets lost again etc...

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    The Etretat scene is a dream, and if this is the last I do, one of these days I will shoot it ... ideally at hurricane force winds.... and a few minutes after the storm passed, seriously!

    Beautiful Michiel! Now back to cooking my pasta sauce, with mince, jallepeno? Peppers, Olives, peppery cream cheese, loads of fresh garlic, a splash or two madeira, spring onions, and what else the Heck I come up with...
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    We are cooking too: Spaghetti aglio, olio e pepperoncini...
    but for sure i would sit on you table...

    Yeah, lets go there in november!
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    The Etretat scene is a dream, and if this is the last I do, one of these days I will shoot it ... ideally at hurricane force winds.... and a few minutes after the storm passed, seriously!

    Beautiful Michiel! Now back to cooking my pasta sauce, with mince, jallepeno? Peppers, Olives, peppery cream cheese, loads of fresh garlic, a splash or two madeira, spring onions, and what else the Heck I come up with...
    Let me know if you're coming to normandy. Sporadicly we do run a B&B here in Normandy or have the house for rent.

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    Grain elevator in the Palouse. "To infinity... and beyond" with the WATE:



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    I love this one Barry. The light is exceptional. Great capture!

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    The beach in Etretat.



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    "Light Breaking Trough Over Assisi"





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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Let me know if you're coming to normandy. Sporadicly we do run a B&B here in Normandy or have the house for rent.

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    Well, luckily she had the same food.

    Thanks Michiel! Sent you an email.

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    I love this one Barry. The light is exceptional. Great capture!

    Joe
    Many thanks Joe as usual very most appreciated.
    I have also been very much enjoying your Palouse series of images while I have been away this last week, the wide open areas and blue skies are well suited to your WATE.

    Likewise...
    Werner’s travels through Italy have just left me gorging on olives this past week and opening up numerous bottles of Chianti, Barolo and Amarone - My cellar is nearly depleted!...Perhaps he can send me a few bottles of Red.
    Michiel’s images of the Normandy coastline have just shown me that I missed so much when I was there a couple of years ago...I will have to revisit again one day (soon)....Cheers Barry.

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    Grain elevator in the Palouse. "To infinity... and beyond" with the WATE
    Ok, I just about had it. First Werner with his R100 now you folks with a WATE.

    I hereby declare all them WATE and R100 shots NSFW! Reason: Gear Porn! LOL

    Wonderful perspective and rendition Joe. Love it!

    @Barry, that clock tower triggered a strange memory from many many years ago. Once upon a time... Ok, not that long ago, but probably 30 years or so there was an amazing game for computers called MYST. That picture could have been part of it! Class!

    Where is that?

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    We are cooking too: Spaghetti aglio, olio e pepperoncini...
    but for sure i would sit on you table...

    Yeah, lets go there in november!
    Strange customs you have in Heidelberg. Sitting on someones table while having dinner?

    " Hi Werner good to see you, take a seat, Dinner is ready in a minute....err? Well, why not! Want a cushion?"

    Mhhh.

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    Ok, I just about had it. First Werner with his R100 now you folks with a WATE.

    I hereby declare all them WATE and R100 shots NSFW! Reason: Gear Porn! LOL

    Wonderful perspective and rendition Joe. Love it!

    @Barry, that clock tower triggered a strange memory from many many years ago. Once upon a time... Ok, not that long ago, but probably 30 years or so there was an amazing game for computers called MYST. That picture could have been part of it! Class!

    Where is that?
    Some more WATE for you then Georg
    Where is that?.....It's very close to these
    Don't you love a mystery???












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    Some more WATE for you then Georg
    Where is that?.....It's very close to these
    Don't you love a mystery???
    Hehehe!

    I like the first the most. What seems to be embossed metal texture?, at a glance could be seen as water too. Nice!

    Btw, That MYST reference was a compliment. Inspired by Jules Verne, it turned into the most sold game on the planet for many years. Release was 1993 and it stayed No 1 seller until 2002, the graphics artwork renderings were ahead of it's time in 1993 and even today they look really nice. That clock tower would have fitted right in there.

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    Hehehe!

    I like the first the most. What seems to be embossed metal texture?, at a glance could be seen as water too. Nice!

    Btw, That MYST reference was a compliment. Inspired by Jules Verne, it turned into the most sold game on the planet for many years. Release was 1993 and it stayed No 1 seller until 2002, the graphics artwork renderings were ahead of it's time in 1993 and even today they look really nice. That clock tower would have fitted right in there.
    Many thanks Georg,
    You were right the second time...It's water.
    Re: The MYST clock tower had me curious enough to look it up.
    http://www.mobygames.com/images/shot...lock-gears.jpg
    Some similarities I would admit...Not so sure about the dodgy graphics artwork renderings though.
    Cheers Barry

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    Some more WATE for you then Georg
    Where is that?.....It's very close to these
    Don't you love a mystery???

    ...
    I think you're building a theme there, Barry. ;-)

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    I hereby declare all them WATE and R100 shots NSFW!
    NSFW = Not Safe For Wallet
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    "Olives, Portonovo"




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    What this guy from Armenia did was very dangerous! I had to act quickly, so the sea is sharp instead of the quy

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    Extraordinary tree between all those straight trunks around it!

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    a7r 24-70 FE

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    Minolta Rokkor 58/1.2 wide open on my A7:


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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    My young dog, with A7 and 24-70mm

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    "The Taste Of Summer II and III"




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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Flickr Photostream
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Werner, Taste of Summer is beautiful. Both of them. This type of photography is near and dear to my heart. Excellent examples sir, well done.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Thank you very much for your kind words!
    Here is one more, hope you like it:

    "Taste of Summer iV"




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