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    St Paul, Minnesota at night.

    12-shot panorama. Zeiss 85mm f1.4 ZE @ f5.6 on a7R.



    10,000 pixel-wide version here -

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    "La Terra: On top Of The Cliff, Monte Conero,Marche"




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    Blended regular/tonemapped (noise added) image with Nik SE2 selenium toned.


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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Blended regular/tonemapped (noise added) image with Nik SE2 selenium toned.
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    Cheers Barry

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    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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    Hi Joe, I took a look at your excellent A7R WATE IR image on the thread that you kindly sent me... http://www.getdpi.com/forum/589555-post167.html
    I was also hoping to have a bash at doing some IR photography with the WATE on the A7R but to first start out in the old conventional way i.e. Tripod/R72 filter/Long exposure/ etc...
    Then perhaps someday get LifePixel to carry out an A7R IR 665nm conversion like your goodself, as that would be a much better choice.

    First of all I went ahead and purchased the Leica WATE (14473) filter holder for my 10 stop ND (B+W) filter and was just about to get a IR R72 filter when I thought I should at least try out the ND filter first.

    You can still just see the 2 slits on the filter holder, even though I have already added the thin black card mask to blank them out.

    I was initially plagued with problems from the filter holder, entirely due to the 2 slits in the actual holder itself - I fully understand why they are there for the Leica Mís viewfinder.
    If the sun was behind me, the light would leak in from the rear 2 slits and combine with the light coming in from the front giving me this unwanted effect.


    Having eventually overcome the problem of blanking out the 2 slits with a homemade cut thin dark card mask (similar to the M8 mask provided), which then has to be stuck down very carefully with self adhesive tape all around the slits to prevent any further light leaks for when making long exposures, otherwise you still end up being rewarded with yet more lens flare.


    Apologies for the content and quality of the images, there sole purpose was to highlight the problem.

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    Barry, your experience highlights one major drawback of the WATE - using filters is a hassle. As you can appreciate, the camera IR conversion circumvents the filter dilemma and has happily worked out well for me. I have also found that the WATE sometimes produces IR "hot spots" when used in bright sunlight. I'm still learning.

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    great shots!

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    Just about managing to drag myself away from the RX100 III for a few seconds here and there...





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    4 image stitch.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    A few shots :








    And finally a portrait :




    Number 1 and 2 are taken with the Leica Elmarit 21mm 2.8 Asph, and the two last with the Zeiss FE 55 1.8.
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    steflaurent974: Very nice captures, particularly like # 1 "Chapelle fleurie, Saint-Expedit". Thanks for the link as well, nice portfolio!
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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    steflaurent974: Very nice captures, particularly like # 1 "Chapelle fleurie, Saint-Expedit". Thanks for the link as well, nice portfolio!
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    AMAZING!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by steflaurent974 View Post
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    And finally a portrait :




    Number 1 and 2 are taken with the Leica Elmarit 21mm 2.8 Asph, and the two last with the Zeiss FE 55 1.8.
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    One more early this morning before sunrise.
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    665nm IR, B&W conversion with nik Silver Efex Pro



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    Another Color/Nik SE2 desaturated blend...Cheers Barry


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    Haven't post here in a while... Been travelling all around Asia but when I got back home we were having some spectacular weather in Chicago. All shot with the A7r, Enjoy!


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    Pete - Taken from Hancock tower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petetsai View Post
    Haven't post here in a while... Been travelling all around Asia but when I got back home we were having some spectacular weather in Chicago. All shot with the A7r, Enjoy!


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    These are amazing. Great work
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    Getting around with the A7s and APO 50 Summicron Asph, 90 Macro-Elmar, and 35 FLE M lenses and a VM-E Voigtlander close focus adapter....digging the files, detail, color, etc...and the camera plays well with M lenses so far!!! Only issue I have had so far is 28 'cron, which is not great, but otherwise, 21 SE, 35 FLE, 50 Noct and APO, 90 all great...phew









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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    Pete - Taken from Hancock tower?
    Yup!

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    Testing my new Leica M 90mm cron with A7R at the Jazz festival in Sacramento

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapil Syal View Post
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    Hi there, Kapil Syal, my friend! Think so ...

    To take the opportunity, one picture particularly for you, since you like dogs and street photography, if I remember correctly (and of course for others as well) :


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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlKhamis View Post
    Testing my new Leica M 90mm cron with A7R at the Jazz festival in Sacramento

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    Congratulations Mohammad on your new 90mm Cron-M (a great lens ).
    I really liked this portrait out of the 3 black and whites...Cheers Barry.


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    First time out with the pinhole on the Sony A7 ...


    Sony A7 + Skink Pinhole Zone Plate 24mm
    ISO 128000 @ f/71 @ 1/250 sec

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.

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    First time out with the pinhole on the Sony A7 ...


    Sony A7 + Skink Pinhole Zone Plate 24mm
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    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.

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    A good idea Godfrey and well executed...I am only annoyed with myself for not thinking of it first.
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    An evening shot with the Leica R 50 cron on the A7R.

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    A midnight farewell to Stockholm...

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    A7s from the past week.















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    what are people using for an off-camera battery charger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    what are people using for an off-camera battery charger?
    I use the regular Sony charger for my batteries plus the one I already had for the NEX-5. I own about 6 or 7 batteries total as I find that's about what's needed for a full day of shooting 2 cameras (one having the grip attached and one without for smaller size.)
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    Considering the A7R for my large print camera.
    This question I am sure was asked a million times, so excuse me to ask again:

    What did you do to avoid shutter shake except keeping the shutter out of the danger zone or using a tripod?
    Heard that the camera is even sensible using long tele lenses + tripod.

    If the question is too boring to answer here PM me please. Thanks.

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    there's no straight answer, and that's the problem: it seems to me, for example, that I rarely have problems with the 24-70 even as low as 1x focal length, but that there are some shutter speeds (between about an 80th and 160th) that are worse. However with the 70-200, especially at the longer end, you really do need at least 1/400th when handheld, even with OSS on. Tripod mounting makes it more complicated because you're setting up a new set of potential sympathetic frequencies which can be quite specific to individual tripods/heads/lens combinations and even seem to change as the height of the tripod is altered.

    There is no rule. And that, as I said above, is the real problem. If in doubt, chimp.
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    Yet more Stockholm, sorry!




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    Taken in the Cardiff Bay area...Cheers Barry





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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    there's no straight answer, and that's the problem: it seems to me, for example, that I rarely have problems with the 24-70 even as low as 1x focal length, but that there are some shutter speeds (between about an 80th and 160th) that are worse. However with the 70-200, especially at the longer end, you really do need at least 1/400th when handheld, even with OSS on. Tripod mountain makes it more complicated because you're setting up a new set of potential sympathetic frequencies which can be quite specific to individual tripods/heads/lens combinations and seven seem to change as the height of the tripod is altered.

    There is no rule. And that, as I said above, is the real problem. If in doubt, chimp.
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    Collapsing grain elevator in the Palouse just south of Pullman, WA. Handheld using the WATE.


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    Nature taking back an abandoned office building.

    Zeiss 18mm f3.5 ZE on a7R @f4

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    Castle Coch, Tongwynlais, Wales.....Handheld 6400 ISO...Cheers Barry


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    A few high res images taken today in Upper Treman gorge with the Sony A7R, Rhinocam, and Mamiya 645 150mm and 55mm lenses. Clicking "Original" will open the page where the original files can be downloaded. These files are between 150 -160 mp each.



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    Carl's going for hyper-resolution, I'm going for pinholes. It figures. ;-)


    Sony A7 + Skink pinhole (Zone Sieve disk, 24mm)
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    One of my favorite coves here in Cornwall, just a few miles from Lands End...Cheers Barry


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    " Have A Seat "




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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    A difficult lens to make work, hugely soft wide open and although sharp stopped down, comes with an incredibly 'old' look due to flare and the fact it's, um, old Not knocking it, I love the look and it was a freebie!

    My 3 year old son contemplating life. A7r, Pentax 35mm f2 wide open.

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    Another with the Skink Zone Sieve, 24mm @ ISO 8000 @ f/71 @ 1/60.

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    Spectacular photographs! Well done!

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    A twist on the Porthgwarra image above.


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