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    Rocky islet, Georgian Bay. a7r, FE 24-70.

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    I took my little girl to a nature preserve for a picnic and a walk about. I brought the A7 with some Yashica ML's and the Zeiss Biotar 58/2, my 1959 model in M42 mount. The ML's never got a chance that day as the Zeiss just stayed on the camera. All shots from the Biotar, the butterfly shot from while it was mounted on an extension tube.

    We had a great day and little Chloe was absolutely pooped when we got home. She actually fell asleep in the car on the way back. Hope you enjoy.

    a whisper

    chloe in the sky with diamonds


    listening to the world


    chloe parries in seconde


    little girl on bridge


    taking a rest beside the trail


    Die ant....DIE!!
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    And a little earlier in the week we took another trip to Fairy Tale Town where Chloe loves to run around and play. On that trip I thought I would try out a Konica Hexanon AR 28/3.5 I have had laying about for a while. Overall I have mixed feelings about the lens. It performed OK, but nothing incredibly special. A bit more CA then I am used to seeing. A solid, but not spectacular lens. After some research a while back I discovered that it is probably the least capable of all the Hexanon 28's. But in a pinch it can still take decent shots, albiet with a lower keeper rate. Thus my higher then average number of 'no focus' style shots.

    Please forgive all the Chloe pictures. She has the majority of my photographic (and of course, fatherly) attention right now.

    the fisherman's net


    not every path in life is so clearly marked


    a moment in time


    Wheeeeee!


    her little shoes


    emerging from the time tunnel
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    Nice p/otographer!
    I find my copy the Hexanon 28/3.5 quiet good. It is more a lens for overall sharp pictures and not very well suited for your shooting style.
    With its low spead it is not particular a bokeh lens. No Biotar charms here
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    This is sort-of in the spirit of the 'fun' part of the thread - last weekend London's famous thoroughfare, Regent's Street, was closed for a celebration called the 'London Bus Cavalcade' - which recognised 150 years of bus transport in the capital.

    Two lenses were most of use to me on the A7 were the CV 15/4.5 and the FE 55/1.8. Here are three captures.

    Deckchairs on Regent's Street - not something you see everyday (CV 15/4.5)


    Inside a Routemaster cab - using the 15 is a real blast - you can get right into tight spaces and get a terrific angle of view


    Toy Buses - I avoid photographing children in this day and age because of the public's obsession with the threat of child abuse by camera - however this kid walked into my photograph as I was taking it and probably created the best shot of the day. Afterwards I asked the parent if it was OK if I could use the photograph and she agreed. FE 55/1.8 (what a superb lens!).
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    a7r | Olympus Zuiko 2/24mm
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    a7r | Olympus Zuiko 2/24mm
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    'remains' - A7R FE 55/1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Nice p/otographer!
    I find my copy the Hexanon 28/3.5 quiet good. It is more a lens for overall sharp pictures and not very well suited for your shooting style.
    With its low spead it is not particular a bokeh lens. No Biotar charms here
    You are entirely correct Michiel, I was shooting the lens out of its 'comfort zone'. And to be fair it still performed acceptably. If I recall there are several versions of the 28/3.5, some I think with a different optical formula. I remember mine to be the last (and cheapest) version to be made after cost cutting effects when into play. It could be that yours is an earlier version or a better copy. Or you are just smart enough to play to the lenses strengths, while I force it to a style it is not particularly suited for and then criticize it.

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    biglouis, the inside shot of the bus is PHENOMENAL! I'm so jelly.
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    Churchdoors with portholes in the fishertown Fecamp.

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    'island house' - A7R FE 55/1.8

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    "Piazza, Assisi"




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    Hello?



    Wild on Dartmoor, England.
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    ^^^ Quentin well timed and a really lovely photograph ^^^

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    Some highlights from a road trip down through Oregon last weekend.



    Leica 21/3.4 Super-Elmar


    Voigtlander Super-Wide Heliar 15/4.5


    Zeiss ZM50/2


    Voigt 15/4.5


    Leica 21/3.4


    In-camera panorama w/ the Leica 21/3.4


    Leica 21/3.4

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    Some highlights from a road trip down through Oregon last weekend.


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    This is terrific!

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    Werner, I couldn't resist.

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    This is terrific!

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    Thanks! As I was driving I actually had no idea that ring was there, as the sun was behind me. I stopped at this wayside (the covered bridge is a historic site) just to stretch my legs and use the restroom! Then I got out of the car and noticed the weather was doing nice things.

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    Passing storm. The Palouse. Handheld using the WATE.



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    Yellow Lady-slipper Orchids, Bruce Peninsula National Park. a7r FE 24070 at 70 mm.

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    Joe, fantastic shots: RGB (much better than the YGB) and the WATE ...

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    Abuse of the Noctilux:

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    Over exposed and nothing in focus was intentional (In case you wondered).
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    Thought I recognised that area. I was there in 2006. Taken with my Canon 1DMkIIn. What a lump that was to carry around on holiday. On top of the wall in the left of you photo.

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    bcm, allow me to add the following for your memory:


    "San Francesco, Assisi"




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    Beautiful place, isn't it?
    I had not that much to carry
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    Joe, fantastic shots: RGB (much better than the YGB) and the WATE ...
    Thanks Werner. I'm enjoying your travelogue as well. Keep 'em coming.

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    I say again, Michiel, these cliff shots are absolutely amazing!
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    Something different. 665nm IR conversion (by Life Pixel).



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    Something different. 665nm IR conversion (by Life Pixel).

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    Excellent Joe - The A7R looks to be a great choice for an IR conversion...I really wanted to know how the A7R turned out specifically with an IR 665nm conversion and now I know...Many thanks - Cheers Barry.

    Standard A7R and a bit of fiddling about.
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    Mamiya 645 150mm f/3.5 on a Rhinocam with A7R. Eight shot stitch using AutoPano Pro 3.6 Original is 154 MP.


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    A few with the Sony A7s in very low light with the Leica Noctilux 50 mm f/0.95, with a CV close focus M adapter....I am blown away by low light capacity. The camera doesn't barely flinches in lower light....

    ISO 640


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    A couple of my ladies:

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    Something different. 665nm IR conversion (by Life Pixel).



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    Congrats Ashwin for the first A7s shots!

    They look promising,
    but we need 100% views to really judge the high ISO's...

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    Werner thanks!

    Another one with some daytrippers.

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    Carl...You are getting incredible IQ out of your Rhinocam/A7R/Mamiya 150mm lens combo...Just out of interest for a typical example once you have set up that is. - Just how quickly can you take those 8 images in from start to finish?" I would be very interested in knowing...Many thanks.

    Michiel...I am beginning to think that you hired a helicopter? As I think you must have covered every conceivable angle of those beautiful Normandy cliffs...Keep them coming.

    Ashwin...Congrats on getting your A7S (look forward too seeing more high ISO images) as far as I know it's still not even available in the UK.
    It only seems like yesterday that a lot of us were pushing Tri-X to 1600asa, I still haven't recovered from the introduction of T-Max 3200.

    Werner...The toning really suits those Italian monochrome images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Toy Buses - I avoid photographing children in this day and age because of the public's obsession with the threat of child abuse by camera - however this kid walked into my photograph as I was taking it and probably created the best shot of the day. Afterwards I asked the parent if it was OK if I could use the photograph and she agreed. FE 55/1.8 (what a superb lens!).
    Couldn't agree more Louis...Great shot, glad you posted this one in the end and wasn't put off from asking the parent...Being a Londoner I will sadly miss those lovely old RED buses...Cheers Barry.
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    Thank you Barry, these Assisi Cathedral and other shots look quite good in color but a little boring, so i tried an alternative processing that fits the impression and atmosphere i had and felt on location.


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    Beautiful place, isn't it?
    I had not that much to carry
    Yeah it is an amazing place. I'd take a lot more photos if I was back there again with the A7R that's for sure. Towards the end of my holiday I started losing interest in carrying that lump of camera + L series lenses around.

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    bcm: Thats exactly why happened to me, i lost interest in carrying around my 5DMKII and the L's, my wife got mad etc ,last but not least i had no more fun in traveling with cam's and lenses. Than came the Sigmas DP2+3 M and now the Sony's and i have fun again...more than ever, and my wife loves me
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    I know Yates Mill when I see it...
    Yep, that's the place. Earlier this year, they drained the mill pond and repaired the mill. The new wood hasn't weathered much yet, so it appears lighter in photos than the siding.

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    Excellent Joe - The A7R looks to be a great choice for an IR conversion...I really wanted to know how the A7R turned out specifically with an IR 665nm conversion and now I know...Many thanks - Cheers Barry.
    Thanks Barry. Yes, the a7R is an excellent candidate for IR conversion. Unlike DSLR conversions, no need to have the camera's AF "calibrated" for a specific lens. My conversion was done by Life Pixel and is the 665nm Enhanced Color option. I was inspired by Don Libby's results posted in this thread. Works a treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Yep, that's the place. Earlier this year, they drained the mill pond and repaired the mill. The new wood hasn't weathered much yet, so it appears lighter in photos than the siding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Thanks Barry. Yes, the a7R is an excellent candidate for IR conversion. Unlike DSLR conversions, no need to have the camera's AF "calibrated" for a specific lens. My conversion was done by Life Pixel and is the 665nm Enhanced Color option. I was inspired by Don Libby's results posted in this thread. Works a treat.

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    Thanks again Joe - Re: The AF calibration information and also for the link (some really excellent images on that thread).
    Life Pixel certainly have the experience for doing a decent conversion that I would trust...The choice of places to do a IR conversion in the UK was a bit limited the last time I looked...Cheers Barry

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