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    Love this lens for dense harbour compositions. Plenty sharp as well.

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    Palouse evening

    A7r 24-70/4 FE
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    Palouse Sunset - Hilty Road

    A little later post sunset.

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    Palouse evening

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    Thanks - I'm impressed with C1 Pro's rendering with the Sony. I've only just got one and gave it a run this week and these are OOC processed in C1 Pro for highlight/shadow etc only so I'm very pleased with what I'm seeing.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    I thought you liked the Fuji's
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    I thought you liked the Fuji's
    You know me, I like EVERYTHING

    I relieved a fellow camera flipper of their Sony for a bargain so what's not to like! I'm an equal opportunity gear slut.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Working with an old and relatively inexpensive Mamiya 645 55mm f/2.8 N on the A7R via rhinocam adapter. There are some issues with edge color shift, but otherwise very sharp across the frame with minimal distortion.

    Full stitched image (8 shots), ISO 100 f/11



    Original

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Palouse evening

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    Unbelievable. Just wow.
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    'driftwood' - a7r / Samyang 14/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Michiel...I used to go past this (Richard Serra's - Fulcrum sculpture) everyday on my way to work in the mid 80's. It used to stand just outside Liverpool Street Station, I wondered where it went...Cheers Barry

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    Looking over to the Menabilly Estate (Once home to Daphne du Maurier)...Cheers Barry


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Michiel...I used to go past this (Richard Serra's - Fulcrum sculpture) everyday on my way to work in the mid 80's. It used to stand just outside Liverpool Street Station, I wondered where it went...Cheers Barry
    On the photo you can see that the area were the sculpture is situated is far to crowded with competitive objects.
    He probably sold a few copys of this tough sculpture. I think this one has been in Amsterdam also from the mid 80's.

    Looking at the constuction for the new entrance of the Van Gogh museum from the Stedelijk Museum bookshop.

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    all: Sony A7 + Skink (Zone Sieve 24mm)
    ISO 25600 @ f/71

    This "park pinholery" has become a full-fledged project... :-)

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    Godfrey, It works best for scenes like the second one, I think. More mystery.
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    A still/street life.

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    Thank you all for the 'likes'!

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Godfrey, It works best for scenes like the second one, I think. More mystery.
    That one came out very nicely, glad you like it too! The sense of mystery and almost dream-like awareness in some of these photos is very appealing to me.

    fun fun fun... :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    it is about the fun.

    godfrey; what is it about the A7r that makes it the go-to camera for pin-holing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    it is about the fun.

    godfrey; what is it about the A7r that makes it the go-to camera for pin-holing?
    (A7 in my case..)

    The capability for extreme sensitivity coupled with the FF format in a light and handy camera. Pinhole/zone sieve/zone plate photography has often been very static and difficult to capture any subject with a little motion in it due to the long long exposure times required with film and older digital cameras. With the A7, there's no problem racking the ISO up to 6400-8000-12800-25600, particularly given the softness of imaging with a zone sieve or zone plate. That makes for an easily hand-holdable pinhole camera that can capture sequences, even movies ... unheard of in times past.

    The FF format is also a key thing. Pinhole things generate resolution and focal length by a combination of their physical diameter and the distance to the imaging plane. So with small formats and reasonably sized pinholes (for light gathering power), resolution suffers. FF is large enough that you can use a relatively large opening and still have a wide FoV; FourThirds works best with a more telephoto approach to pinhole (I fit a zone sieve made for FourThirds SLR onto an extension tube and that onto an adapter to net a 60-70mm effective focal length @ f/127 or so with the E-M1). This nets the balance of sharpness and speed that I find useful with the E-M1's ability to run up to 6400 with fair cleanliness and image stabilization. I have a set of portraits planned for this setup. For wideangle work, the A7's short register and larger format works much better.

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    Hi all, I've been absent a bit due to not shooting a lot recently because of some severe allergies this summer. So I am hole up inside with not many shutter clicks.

    But I would like to point out that the level of photography on this thread just continues to amaze. It would be completely justified for Sony to simply start linking this thread address as a way to advertise the capabilities of the A7 line. I imagine a huge white billboard with the moniker "A7" in blood red along with the URL in bold black. Thats it, thats all they would need to sell more of these.

    Anyway, here are a couple I managed to snap from a brief foray outside with my Daughter. These were shot with the little Tessar that could, the Yashica ML Macro 55/4. Love that lens.

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    The first 3 shots were deliberately photographed to give a 2 dimensional look to the Daymark structure (i.e. no depth). While the other 3 shots have some depth to the structure...Cheers Barry

















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    Like many here, I am anxiously waiting for the purported FE16-35.

    In the meantime, I like what can be done with the E10-18. From 13-16mm, it's quite usable on full frame cameras, especially when using the custom LR profile supplied by a DPReview user.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    On the photo you can see that the area were the sculpture is situated is far to crowded with competitive objects.
    He probably sold a few copys of this tough sculpture. I think this one has been in Amsterdam also from the mid 80's.
    Many thanks Michiel...I had absolutely no idea that there was more than one copy...I naturally assumed (wrongly) that the Liverpool Street Station version had gone to Amsterdam...Looking at google maps I see it is still in-situ...Cheers Barry

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    I borrowed my wife's A7R to take on a flying trip (a friend owns a plane).

    It is a sweet camera and this was taken with the Sony 70-200mm lens.

    What filter did I use to get this effect?

    It was filtered through my grey matter - none of this was done with Photoshop filters and such.



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    "Heading To The Storm II"
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    "Heading To The Sun"
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    Thanks for tagging my image with a "like".

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    From a photoshoot with a friend the other evening:







    and a panorama:



    C&C always welcome!
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    Two more from the park:





    all: Sony A7 + Skink Zone Sieve f/71
    ISO 25600 @ f/71

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malmac View Post


    I borrowed my wife's A7R to take on a flying trip (a friend owns a plane).

    It is a sweet camera and this was taken with the Sony 70-200mm lens.

    What filter did I use to get this effect?

    It was filtered through my grey matter - none of this was done with Photoshop filters and such.



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    Thanks for tagging my image with a "like".

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    You're very most welcome Mal...I like different and that image was different and excellent in an artistic way ....Cheers Barry

    Likewise excellent shots Paul and Godfrey

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    Figured it was time to post a cat image ...


    Sony A7r FE70-200 (97mm) f/8 1/250 ISO 50 handheld


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    One more for today ...

    Sony A7r 70-200 (200mm) f/8 1/250 ISO 50 handheld.

    24-hour old baby Zebra, already 70 pounds!

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    Landscape - A7+55/1.8

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    A different take on Depth of Field - Louis.


    A regular standard O/A image of the Daymark + Another with a different slant!...Cheers Barry






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    More fun with the Sony SEL1018F28 lens.

    All images from the Legion of Honor Museum, San Francisco:

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    A summer afternoon in the park with the A7R+Leica R 50mm Cron.





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    You find the strangest things under bridges in New York!

    Brooklyn Bridge Piano
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    This is in the spirit of the 'fun' part of the thread. All A7+FE35

    "Only... in Camden Town"

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    "The fool monty"


    "Come on!"


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    + Another with a different slant!...Cheers Barry
    Tilted = absolutely brilliant, also the way you presented it with the background colour filled triangles. Every forum it's own version based on the background colour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Two more from the park:





    all: Sony A7 + Skink Zone Sieve f/71
    ISO 25600 @ f/71

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
    I love the atmosphere in these, Godfrey. I see you live in California. Is that the beginnings of an earthquake in #2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    This is in the spirit of the 'fun' part of the thread. All A7+FE35

    "Only... in Camden Town"

    "Come on!"

    The horror! The horror!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Tilted = absolutely brilliant, also the way you presented it with the background colour filled triangles. Every forum it's own version based on the background colour
    Many thanks pegelli - Most appreciated.
    I expect possibly one or two here just see it as a bit of a gimmick...Personally I think that there is some potential to be explored here for different creative ideas, rather than just sticking with the traditional convention of square/rectangular presentations (Although personally I am more than happy to follow convention 99% of the time myself ).
    For instance putting images side by side (using the forum background colour as a separator) or circular/oval frames or bleeding the images into the background as I showed earlier in this thread.




    If anybody is interested, the forum background colour on GetDPI (currently) is #393939 and it's important not to colour manage (Not- sRGB) otherwise it will not perfectly blend in....Cheers Barry
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    I love the atmosphere in these, Godfrey. I see you live in California. Is that the beginnings of an earthquake in #2?
    :-) Thanks!

    More likely, its the result of poor maintenance and the many floodings these paths in the park have been through. This was once a residential area which was abandoned after many floods, and then they built the airport just to the north. The Guadalupe River would overflow its banks twice, three times a year until they built a huge water management system to maintain and divert the river in times of high flood conditions ... Now it rarely hits the top of the banks.

    I just hope they don't set on "improving" the whole park. They've cordoned off a couple of acres of it now to build a "children's play area" which has already destroyed some of the lovely views I once had of the snaky path. I'm glad I photographed it when I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    The horror! The horror!
    We may be going there, but we don't have to get there. ;-)

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    A7r, Pentax 50mm Super Tak 1.4 @f2.8

    My wife looking so happy in her sleep that her precious son is cuddling up to her. First time the loud thunk of the shutter has been a real problem on my A7r. He was looking round for the next shot!
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