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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    The camelias in our yard are blooming and it wasn't raining.

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    "Mystery"







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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Whee! That's a Zeiss barge load! :-)

    I think we enjoy this stuff way too much...

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Looking at the works of Gunther Forg.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    "Blue Hour"



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    A little walk around the sunny harbour this morning... all with the 24-70.





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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Michiel, back home? Enjoyed very much your pics from Napoli!

    Tim, very nice - the 24/70 is a great walk around lens isn't it?

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Thanks Werner,

    Wonderful shot from the lake!

    Yes I am back but will be gone soon again, but then not much time for photography I am afraid.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Warning: you absolutely cannot use the A7R for action shots, especially with a Metabones III, 100-400 Canon zoom and handheld. Don't even try, it just won't work...

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    "Blue Hour"



    very nice...think this would work well as a b&w too
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Looking at the works of Gunther Forg.

    It's nice, but I think I'd like this one more if it was either color-corrected and/or reduced color palette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Don't even try, it just won't work...
    I can see it's completely useless.

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    "Blue Hour"



    Really amazing picture and a standout amongst so many great ones here.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series


    A7r, Pentax 50mm Tak Super @ f8

    Biking home in the freezing cold there was a very ominous cloud overhead, I could have raced it and almost made it when I saw this scene over the Ein Kerem valley. I was just one minute from home but I couldn't leave light like that. I stopped and got my camera out as the hailstones started, hard and fast. Got the shot and biked home. Riding into a hailstorm is really painful! Worth it for the shot though. A rare colour shot for me and a nice return to the 6X12 ratio I love so much.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    It's nice, but I think I'd like this one more if it was either color-corrected and/or reduced color palette.

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    I thought I liked the glow but you're right. Also the WB was off.
    Thanks Godfrey. Hope this is better.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    I can see it's completely useless.
    +1 worthless camera for these kind of shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    +1 worthless camera for these kind of shots!
    between the light leaks, shutter shake, white orbs, and other problems, it really is only good as a doorstop. But at least I finally have a full frame doorstop. Which is nice...
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Don't forget that shuttersound. And that three times, it's like a bloody Stalin organ.
    I hardly dare to take shot outside my house
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    And Guys, don't forget: There are no lenses to shoot good JPEG's with!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    This and Werner's lake picture are exceptional!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I thought I liked the glow but you're right. Also the WB was off.
    Thanks Godfrey. Hope this is better.

    Yes, much nicer. :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Thanks Tim, what's exceptional is that in the old MF film days a scene like this would have had me feverishly pulling out tripods, cameras, squinting into WLF's, messing about with a light meter and then given a scene like this, burning through a roll of Velvia, bracketing like a mad thing. In the days when I shot with a 1Ds (original) I would have needed about 10 layers in PS to tease an image like this into completion. I shot this, handheld while balanced on my bike, focus took half a second and all the processing was done in ACR in about 5 minutes. Oh and the detail is beyond astounding, can't get over the resolution of this image. Did I mention that it was shot at iso 1000? We are truly blessed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Thanks Tim, what's exceptional is that in the old MF film days a scene like this would have had me feverishly pulling out tripods, cameras, squinting into WLF's, messing about with a light meter and then given a scene like this, burning through a roll of Velvia, bracketing like a mad thing. In the days when I shot with a 1Ds (original) I would have needed about 10 layers in PS to tease an image like this into completion. I shot this, handheld while balanced on my bike, focus took half a second and all the processing was done in ACR in about 5 minutes. Oh and the detail is beyond astounding, can't get over the resolution of this image. Did I mention that it was shot at iso 1000? We are truly blessed...
    We really are - and it's so much more fun to be able to be spontaneous, too. Not that the shot I'm about to post is an example of that...

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    A7R with 28-70 Kit lens and 10 stop ND filter... I like this lens of this use, it has naturally soft edges and corners that suit the style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    "Blue Hour"



    bäm .... for me the picture of the week
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    And Guys, don't forget: There are no lenses to shoot good JPEG's with!
    (winging hands) "What am I going to do now?!"

    ... and to make things even worse my lens is having a massive light leak. From a front. Especially when I take lens cap off and open up the aperture.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    With any other camera in the past I wouldn't even try to take a shot like this out of hand.
    This camera can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoranC View Post
    (winging hands) "What am I going to do now?!"

    ... and to make things even worse my lens is having a massive light leak. From a front. Especially when I take lens cap off and open up the aperture.
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    My keyboard thanks you for the coffee that was spit upon it. It was needing a jolt...
    If your keyboard is in need of a jolt give it a shutter shock treatment.
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    The snow is back...

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    Just gorgeous, Dave!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Agree - very beautiful

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    Thank you guys for all your compliments and likes for the "Blue Hour" shot.

    I have some flowers for you:



    BTW: Tried a BW conversion of the Blue Hour, as i thought it could work well but it did not. The hazy sky looked always dirty or was blown out totally white.
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    Just gorgeous, Dave!
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    Agree - very beautiful
    Thanks guys!

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    A little less sunny around the harbour today. We Brits love to holiday at home, whatever the weather...

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Same barn, 2-seperate A7r's one with the 24-70 the other with a 55mm. The 24-70 was taken f/11 1/160 ISO 50 at 60mm while the 55-was taken at f/11 1/125 ISO 50. This wasn't meant to be any sort of test, just wanted to show the files.

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    From my brief fling with an A7. - John

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnW View Post
    From my brief fling with an A7. - John

    And a very attractive A7 too! The shot reminds me of the famous National Geographic photo of the Afghan girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Same barn, 2-seperate A7r's one with the 24-70 the other with a 55mm. The 24-70 was taken f/11 1/160 ISO 50 at 60mm while the 55-was taken at f/11 1/125 ISO 50. This wasn't meant to be any sort of test, just wanted to show the files.

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    Nice pics, Don. Have both of these images had the same treatment (or none)? The 55 version, and I assume this is the FE 55/1.8, really leaps off the screen. It looks much more detailed, vibrant and richer than the 24-70 shot. I suspect the 24-70 version could get close to some of that look with some clarity tweaks etc., but that 55 shot is pretty impressive. I've just taken delivery of my A7R and 24-70 and can't wait to start shooting, but the FE 55/1.8 might now have to get ordered.
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    You've recently taken delivery of your new A7R and 24-70/F4, but haven't had the chance to go out and put it to the test. So, what do you do? Well, you walk out your front door and shoot your roof, of course.

    We had some light, fluffy snow today, and the wind was blowing around 20 knots. The result was snow deposited on my roof shingles that left behind some interesting patterns. If you stare at the image long enough, it may start to mess with your mind a bit.

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    I've had enough of this weather, I'm off...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    I've had enough of this weather, I'm off...

    No spring in S.W. England?
    We had 6 lovely spring days in Amsterdam
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    And a very attractive A7 too! The shot reminds me of the famous National Geographic photo of the Afghan girl.
    Thank you Tim and everyone. My daughter is always among my first test subjects for new cameras/lenses. Probably not a good test because daughters always look wonderful, no matter the gear.

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    Michiel, as is so often the case, the far tip of Cornwall has its own weather - can work for or against you but largely it is like Iceland, it has no land for thousands of miles in the direction the weather comes from, so the weather changes a lot. It is sunny pretty much everywhere else in England...

    BTW those Italian cigarette machines are amazing. I did a language course in Florence a few years back, when I was still a smoker, and we loved to get drunk and visit the machines late at night because they TALK to you. It was as close as I ever got to speaking with an Italian.
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    Nice pics, Don. Have both of these images had the same treatment (or none)? The 55 version, and I assume this is the FE 55/1.8, really leaps off the screen. It looks much more detailed, vibrant and richer than the 24-70 shot. I suspect the 24-70 version could get close to some of that look with some clarity tweaks etc., but that 55 shot is pretty impressive. I've just taken delivery of my A7R and 24-70 and can't wait to start shooting, but the FE 55/1.8 might now have to get ordered.
    Thanks, the first shot was with the 55 then I decided to use the 24-70 and instead of switching lens I just used Sandy's camera. In reviewing the two files Sandy liked the 55 slightly better and i liked the 24-70. I went and processed the 24-70 first then decided to see if I could process the 55 the same way. There's slight differences in the processing of the two files.

    The 24-70 was my go to lens when I used to shoot 35mm (Canon) and thought I'd want that with this as well however you just can't beat the 55mm. Both lenses are the new FE from Sony.

    The time difference between the two files is right around 3-minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Thanks, the first shot was with the 55 then I decided to use the 24-70 and instead of switching lens I just used Sandy's camera. In reviewing the two files Sandy liked the 55 slightly better and i liked the 24-70. I went and processed the 24-70 first then decided to see if I could process the 55 the same way. There's slight differences in the processing of the two files.

    The 24-70 was my go to lens when I used to shoot 35mm (Canon) and thought I'd want that with this as well however you just can't beat the 55mm. Both lenses are the new FE from Sony.

    The time difference between the two files is right around 3-minutes.

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    Both files look very nice, and I'm happy that I picked up the FE 24-70 for my new rig, but I'm thinking that the FE 55/1.8 may really be taking advantage of all that the A7R sensor has to offer. Thanks for sharing.
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    This morning in the cafe ...


    Sony A7 + Summicron-R 35mm f/2
    ISO 2000 @ f/2.8 @ 1/60 s

    Not my most creative moment, but I was having fun seeing the lovely rendering of this lens. Probably my last acquisition for a long time. Unless ...

    LOL!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    "Blue Hour"

    I admire your work since a while here already, about time I say this, you really have "the eye" Werner!

    Respect Mr. Utsch, respect, and yeah, I am bloody jealous on your amazing gear garage of top notch glass. LOL
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Some streetphoto's from Napels.

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