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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    In the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam



    Same hat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    In the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

    Same hat!
    Michiel...
    Same hat!...
    "The Night Watch"....Are you really sure about that?

    The visual link in "The Massacre of the Innocents" has to be the words "Affliction" and "Fight team" on the big mans T-shirt, I'm guessing.

    Cheers Barry

    Edit: I will just add...Full marks, 10 out of 10 for perfectly aligning the (bronze statue) glass cabinet with the painting display...Mot easy with so many people wandering around.
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    Well seen Barry! And thanks for the framing compliment.

    It was really crowded in deed, you could walk over the heads in front of the Nightwatch!
    And that on a monday!
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    Inside the recently refurbished Imperial War Museum, London.

    A7+CV15/4.5







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    I never realised the V1 was so big!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    I never realised the V1 was so big!
    It is ironic, though that in the entrance to the museum we see a Spitfire and a Harrier but two weapons which in fact shaped the second half of the 20th century the most, the V2 missile and the first regularly flying jet-propelled craft, the V1.

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    A couple of scenes in Sixmile Creek gorge below my house. Sony A7R + Hassy 80mm f/2.8 Planar on Rhinocam plate. Both are 8 shots each stitched with AutoPano pro 3.x



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    Inside the recently refurbished Imperial War Museum, London.

    Excellent Louis...Some refurbishment that has turned out to be...That's not at all how I remember it.

    Sticking with your WW2 theme Louis and coincidentally taken this afternoon.
    Disused air traffic control (WW2 RAF Airfield) at Davidstow up on Bodmin Moor.
    Blended colour with Sepia (it seemed appropriate) in Nik SE Pro2...Cheers Barry.


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    Also taken right on the edge of Davidstow airfield...Looking over to the two highest peaks in Cornwall...Cheers Barry


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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A couple of scenes in Sixmile Creek gorge below my house. Sony A7R + Hassy 80mm f/2.8 Planar on Rhinocam plate. Both are 8 shots each stitched with AutoPano pro 3.x
    Carl...Your MEGA-MEGA-MEGA sized images do downsize rather nicely
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    Carl...Your MEGA-MEGA-MEGA sized images do downsize rather nicely
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    Yes, considering they went from about 150 mp down to about 1 mp for posting here. You still need to let your eyes wander over those rocks in the full size image to see the tiny fossils, lichens, moss, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Yes, considering they went from about 150 mp down to about 1 mp for posting here. You still need to let your eyes wander over those rocks in the full size image to see the tiny fossils, lichens, moss, etc.
    You sure can afford to be more choosy about which pixels to keep or not than the rest of us
    Glad you post the link to the original...Speaking personally I'm a self confessed pixel peeper
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    Well seen Barry! And thanks for the framing compliment.

    It was really crowded in deed, you could walk over the heads in front of the Nightwatch!
    And that on a monday!
    Michiel...What is so pleasing is that so many youngsters are taking an active interest in the old masters.
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    Ah, we have a new theme here! Good one!
    Re: Tattoos.
    Well I had a go Michiel...A quick Google search showed up that Newquay town just half an hours drive away had several tattoo studios...I was kicked out of one studio as they thought I was trying to pinch their ideas by photographing the patterns on the wall.
    I can't say that I was comfortable with the so called "Theme" at all!!!
    I wasted gallons of diesel in case I needed to make a hasty retreat ...Cheers Barry

    Forgot also to mention that I was also nearly killed by a bus backing off of the kerb...This "Theme" is now finished as far as I am concerned.




















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    'blue water, green water' - a7r / FE 70-200

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    doug:

    i'm so tired of seeing water that looks like cotton; nice shot, texture and color

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
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    i'm so tired of seeing water that looks like cotton; nice shot, texture and color
    Thanks, Jim. I'll have to plead guilty to doing some of those cotton shots from time to time though.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    [QUOTE=Barry Haines;594165]Re: Tattoos.
    Well I had a go Michiel...A quick Google search showed up that Newquay town just half an hours drive away had several tattoo studios...I was kicked out of one studio as they thought I was trying to pinch their ideas by photographing the patterns on the wall.
    I can't say that I was comfortable with the so called "Theme" at all!!!
    I wasted gallons of diesel in case I needed to make a hasty retreat ...Cheers Barry

    Forgot also to mention that I was also nearly killed by a bus backing off of the kerb...This "Theme" is now finished as far as I am concerned.

    Yeah, always problems with those tattoo guys, although some of those tattoo girls can be quiet nice
    Certain themes can really become a burden.
    Sorry to have dragged you into this. But you got some nice shots.

    I played it safe today and spend some time with the family.





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    I did find some time to squeeze in some other subjects today, also not very dangerous exept a car trying to run over me.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Was a little absent here in the last month, to busy with family /business affairs.
    But i attended the first week of July a 4-day workshop about Black and White photography. It was held by Harold Davis a pro photographer and author of many (photography)books from San Francisco.
    I will post some of the shots i took and processed during that workshop (not all in BW,though).
    It took place in an artists atelier/studio in Heidelberg.


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    Good to see you back, Werner!
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    Thanks Michiel!

    First day of the workshop's theme was:
    HDR Black and White - Highkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Was a little absent here in the last month, to busy with family /business affairs.
    But i attended the first week of July a 4-day workshop about Black and White photography. It was held by Harold Davis a pro photographer and author of many (photography)books from San Francisco.
    I will post some of the shots i took and processed during that workshop (not all in BW,though).
    It took place in an artists atelier/studio in Heidelberg.
    Hi Werner...As Michiel says, great to have you back again, I have been missing your regular classical Italian travel blog shots.
    I personally thought you were still recovering from the shock of winning the World Cup my friend as things went a bit quiet after that

    All excellent shots
    Really liked the B/W image in particular...Very nicely processed...Hope all is well with your family etc...Cheers Barry

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    The bride
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I did find some time to squeeze in some other subjects today, also not very dangerous exept a car trying to run over me.

    Michiel not deliberately I hope!
    Yeah, there are some dangerous drivers about that’s for sure...This menace just missed some ducks!...Cheers Barry


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    Barry, You must have had a lot of rain with all those ducks on the middle of the road

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    Hi Werner...As Michiel says, great to have you back again, I have been missing your regular classical Italian travel blog shots.
    I personally thought you were still recovering from the shock of winning the World Cup my friend as things went a bit quiet after that

    All excellent shots
    Really liked the B/W image in particular...Very nicely processed...Hope all is well with your family etc...Cheers Barry
    Thank you very much for you kind words, Barry!

    Well basically everything is OK! Sometimes there are more important things than Photography and posting images... The World Cup, could be....
    But, let me quote from one of my favorite songs: "You can checkout anytime, but you can never leave....(the Getdpi)"

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Thank you very much for you kind words, Barry!

    Well basically everything is OK! Sometimes there are more important things than Photography and posting images... The World Cup, could be....
    But, let me quote from one of my favorite songs: "You can checkout anytime, but you can never leave....(the Getdpi)"
    You're most welcome Werner - Good to hear all is OK.
    1966 was a wonderful year (As I am sure you know ) - It's taken me 48 years to recover from that before getting around to joining GetDPI !!!

    I took a peek at "Harold Davis" site (Very good)...So we can expect from you a lot of...Tripod/HDR bracketing/CS Lab color processing/High & Low key work in the near future...Look forward to it.

    I'm still fooling around taking snaps on the hoof as the ground is just to wet to set up a tripod (or stand still to long)...But I do like to use Andreas Resch "Web Sharpener" script in CS (Lab color sharpener/contrast/saturation on layers)...Please give it a try and give us your thoughts.

    Let's hope we all get around to uploading many great images here before any of us check out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Barry, You must have had a lot of rain with all those ducks on the middle of the road
    Michiel, Yes we have had one or two drops this year and amphibious vehicle sales are up.

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    Barry, i will check that sharpener script asap.
    Yes, more HDR BW will be coming. HDR was completely new to me, i never liked the look, but my opinion has changed a bit.
    We did a lot of PS processing, layer masks, LAB, etc. I shot a couple hundreds pics (brackets) and there is processing left for years...
    I started with processing times of an hour per pic, now it takes about 1/2 hour.
    Almost everything was done on tripod.

    Here is the Studio/Atelier's first floor with kitchen and social room (here the subtle HDR works quite good):


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    Nice light in the scene
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Barry, i will check that sharpener script asap.
    Yes, more HDR BW will be coming. HDR was completely new to me, i never liked the look, but my opinion has changed a bit.
    We did a lot of PS processing, layer masks, LAB, etc. I shot a couple hundreds pics (brackets) and there is processing left for years...
    I started with processing times of an hour per pic, now it takes about 1/2 hour.
    Almost everything was done on tripod.

    Here is the Studio/Atelier's first floor with kitchen and social room (here the subtle HDR works quite good):

    And Barry: You know about the (non ) goal in 66 i am still remembering and recovering..
    Excellent Werner...HDR looking more naturalistic is what I personally prefer. A good balance with indoor and outdoor lighting.

    Re: Script, please do as I would be interested in what you think, especially as you have been on this particular workshop (I found it sped up my workflow for posting here)...I have likewise managed to get it down to around half an hour...It obviously downsizes the image, where you like to post full size images to Flickr.

    My very basic colour workflow, treat as a rough guide only (Actually I do more than this if blending in NIK SE Pro2 or HDR)
    RAW>DNG>CS RAW CONVERSION EXPOSURE ADJUSTMENTS etc...>CS TRANSFORM PERSPECTIVE>DARKEN (GRADUATE) SKY/BASE>LR5.6 MOGRIFY 2 (EXPORT FRAME...I HAVE SEVERAL LENS AND COLOURED FRAME PRESETS)>CS WEB SHARPENER SCRIPT 1600 WIDE/HIGH FOR FLICKR (Adjust opacity LAB layers for - SHARPENING, CONTRAST AND SATURATION)>FLATTEN/RGB/ASSIGN SRGB>SPOT CLEAN UP>EDIT/STROKE (INNER FRAME LINE, it stays more crisp than doing it earlier in the workflow)>SAVE.

    HDR/TONEMAPPING is great if used sparingly and not just for effect to recover highlights and shadows + to seperate the tonal scale...It's the closest thing we have to Ansel Adams zone system IMO...(I'll shut up now before Michiel hits the "lecture" emoticon).

    Geoff Hurst...What a marvelous player (great goal )...Good decision by the Ref, as the linesman was clearly to far away to see...Thank goodness for TV setting the record straight (we didn't want another Maradona "Hand of God" incident - Now did we!)...Cheers Barry.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    I am a little late to this party but my first contribution.
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    "Tear in the sky"

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    A friend of mine recognised this phenomenon. It is called a 'Fallstreak Hole' and you can read about it here
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    I am a little late to this party but my first contribution.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Thanks for all the positive comments and likes. Still trying to learn how to use this camera and get it set up.

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    Barry my workflow is quite similar to yours. For color 95% is done in LR and i did not specially sharpen for web so far. Just downloaded the PS script.
    My export to Flickr is automated via Mogrify and Lenstagger and i alway upload 100%. For print, and i print a lot, i sharpen selective in PS (LAB and layer mask)

    Here is something "not so sharp":


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    "Spider" with A7 and 70-200

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    A friend of mine recognised this phenomenon. It is called a 'Fallstreak Hole' and you can read about it here

    Many thanks Louis for the extra info + link with your picture - A very interesting read indeed.
    Alternatively - Some may like to believe that aliens could have made a quick crop circle in that field just before taking off in their spaceship and punching a hole in that cloud!
    Cheers Barry
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    Barry my workflow is quite similar to yours. For color 95% is done in LR and i did not specially sharpen for web so far. Just downloaded the PS script.
    My export to Flickr is automated via Mogrify and Lenstagger and i alway upload 100%. For print, and i print a lot, i sharpen selective in PS (LAB and layer mask)
    Here is something "not so sharp":


    Many thanks Werner, I find it very interesting how everybody's decision making (workflow) process branches off into completely different directions (sometimes earlier or later in the process) - The beauty is that there is no right or wrong way of making images (sometimes a preferred one though).
    i.e. You like to upload to Flickr full size JPEGs and happy to share presumably, while I have chosen to upload smaller images. I do this because I once discovered that somebody had stolen an image of mine and passed it off as his own! - This then dissuaded me from ever uploading full size images again. Had I not had that experience I would have probably been quite content uploading full size 8bit JPEG images like yourself.
    The (Free/Donation) script could be very handy for those with CS who wish to make "smaller" images (i.e. web/projection/small prints etc..) but maybe less useful to yourself.
    It doesn't pay to over-sharpen those Noctilux images...Cheers Barry
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    Kamoulox...Nice boke on the 70-200mm + Liked the Parthenay images, about 8 years ago we were hoping to spend a holiday in that particular village but the good old French air strikes put paid to that!...Cheers Barry
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    couple of quickies with some new toys:
    17mm T/S:
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    contax G, 90mm:
    same tripod position as above
    tiny peppers!
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    can't seem to get out of the apt this morning; bedroom window box, 17mm
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    'opening' - a7r / FE 24-70

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    "The best in town" (Anthony Bourdain CNN)
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    waterfall; navy yard style, contax G90mm
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    navy yard; storage of solar lamp brackets
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