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    St Andrews Church, Greensted, near Ongar in Essex - a unique wooden structured church, claimed as the oldest wooden building in Europe. Built approximately 1060AD (just before the Norman conquest).

    Sony A7+CV 21/1.8 - tripod shot.



    You can see a comparison shot taken with my DP2M here.
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    This image is far better than the DP2M
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Werner

    Thanks!

    Whenever I do a comparison between the DP2M and the A7, I start preferring the DP2M and end up preferring the A7. The A7 is not as sharp or detailed but you can't beat the 'look'. Although, some of that may be the excellent CV 21/1.8 Ultron.

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    Have the same impression, when i look at my Merrill files they are really special, but as a cam the A7 is so much better and much more fun to use with all my glass.
    Resolution wise i would rate the 7R and the Merrill about even.

    Have a nice weekend
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    'Plymouth' - a7r / FE 55

    I was recently on a scouting trip to look at an area I've been meaning to shoot, and came across this old Plymouth on the side of the road. I couldn't resist its lines, contours, and curves. Turned out that this was the most fun I had shooting the entire day. Go figure.

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    Louis Re: Greensted Church...Before I moved to Cornwall I used to live very, very close to this Church...Every month I would buy my honey just 10ft behind your left shoulder.

    Doug...Love the Plymouth and the treatment.


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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    barry:
    fantastic!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    Absolutely LOVE this!

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    Louis Re: Greensted Church...Before I moved to Cornwall I used to live very, very close to this Church...Every month I would buy my honey just 10ft behind your left shoulder.
    Barry, you mean - here?

    I couldn't resist purchasing some pickled shallots.

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    jlm - barry: fantastic!

    Thank you John, most appreciated.

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    fotografz - Absolutely LOVE this! - Marc

    Thank you Marc, most appreciated ...Perhaps we should meet up?

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    Barry, you mean - here? I couldn't resist purchasing some pickled shallots.

    Louis you have an uncanny habit of taking images of places that I have been 2B4...Amazing that you thought to capture the preserves as well!
    Did you spot the tiny little lepers squint 6ft to the left of you?
    I digress a moment - I remember many years ago having ordered (and then later received) my beautiful new 10x8 Traditional Gandolfi from Fred Gandolfi (Fred and Arthur lovely guys sadly passed away now many years ago, from Peckham). of rushing straight around to this church and knocking out a contact print on the newly then released Oriental Seagull paper (It was a beautiful camera and lovely paper)....Happy days...Enjoy you pickled shallots.

    Cheers one and all...Barry

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    jlm - barry: fantastic!

    Thank you John, most appreciated.

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    fotografz - Absolutely LOVE this! - Marc

    Thank you Marc, most appreciated ...Perhaps we should meet up?

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    Barry, you mean - here? I couldn't resist purchasing some pickled shallots.

    Louis you have an uncanny habit of taking images of places that I have been 2B4...Amazing that you thought to capture the preserves as well!
    Did you spot the tiny little lepers squint 6ft to the left of you?
    I digress a moment - I remember many years ago having ordered (and then later received) my beautiful new 10x8 Traditional Gandolfi from Fred Gandolfi (Fred and Arthur lovely guys sadly passed away now many years ago, from Peckham). of rushing straight around to this church and knocking out a contact print on the newly then released Oriental Seagull paper (It was a beautiful camera and lovely paper)....Happy days...Enjoy you pickled shallots.

    Cheers one and all...Barry
    Barry, marvellous memory about your camera. Yes, saw the lepers squint or 'eag-thyrel' according to the guidebook (don't you just love old English). This is a seriously worthwhile destination for anyone who is in London or comes to London. You won't see anything quite like it anywhere else (obviously).

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    St Andrews Church, Greensted, near Ongar in Essex - a unique wooden structured church, claimed as the oldest wooden building in Europe. Built approximately 1060AD (just before the Norman conquest).

    Sony A7+CV 21/1.8 - tripod shot.



    You can see a comparison shot taken with my DP2M here.
    I think this is a case of where gear CAN and DOES make a difference.

    Both are great shots of the same subject. I like the A7 version a whole lot more though. The color and warmth of the image seem a lot more settled than the Sigma shot IMO.
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    You're not helping the case to holdout for an FE 135 lens to be released...
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    You mean you don't want bleeding eyes from pixel peeping two images layered on top of each other at 100%, clicking the little eye icon on the layers tab again and again and again till it gets to the point where you would happily conclude that a spoon is sharper than a knife?
    Ben, I would be only to delighted if you could screw up my eyesight by sending me one of those Canon 24mm FD f2 images ...Cheers Barry
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    shot with the 24mm ts
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    Taken with A7R and Canon 16-35 f4L IS:






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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisd View Post
    Hah, I know this place. It is called "badlands", right?

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    chrisd - I'd say that Canon 16-35/f4 is a winner on the a7r. Impressive.

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    'you've been warned' - a7r / FE 70-200

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    Hah, I know this place. It is called "badlands", right?
    Right Georg. It's called Cheltenham Badlands, and it's about an hour drive northwest of Toronto, Canada.

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    chrisd - I'd say that Canon 16-35/f4 is a winner on the a7r. Impressive.
    Thanks Douglas. It is quite impressive - my 17mm and 24mm TS-E lenses are starting to collect dust since the 16-35 f/4 arrived.

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    "The Digital 0/1"
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    Right Georg. It's called Cheltenham Badlands, and it's about an hour drive northwest of Toronto, Canada.
    Yeah thanks Chris! Now I remembered the full name again. It's been six years
    that I shot there for an hour or so. Geeze time flies....

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    Barry, marvellous memory about your camera. Yes, saw the lepers squint or 'eag-thyrel' according to the guidebook (don't you just love old English). This is a seriously worthwhile destination for anyone who is in London or comes to London. You won't see anything quite like it anywhere else (obviously).

    LouisB
    Agree Louis, itís pretty unique and well worthy of a visit if anybody is in that neck of the woods...Honey and preserves are a tasty bonus.
    Seeing that picture of yours somehow still reminded me of this Church that I photographed in Wales a couple of months ago (probably because of the stark contrast between the two of them).
    Technically itís not as good as yours or Wernerís (Handheld / non HDR with blown out highlighted windows etc...).
    None the less I still felt it worthy enough to upload because it was so unorthodox in itís decoration; the origins I believe go back to the 12th century...Cheers Barry


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    4 shot pano with the ContaxG90, handheld poking through a hole in a fence (nice tiny lens barrel)
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    'tide pool color, study 2' - a7r / FE 55

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    Photographing the photographer at the car show

    A7, iso 100, F6.3, 70mm - w/28-70mm
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    BLENCOMO treatment.


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    "Little Less Red: Caught In Wheels"

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    Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington. Same location, different times (obviously).

    FE55 lens.


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    Taken this afternoon (BLENCOMO treatment)...Cheers Barry


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    BLENCOMO treatment.


    It's a half note followed by a 1/16th

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    It's a half note followed by a 1/16th
    Thanks Adam...I was having a job deciphering the braille

    Also taken this afternoon again BLENCOMO treatment...Cheers Barry


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    Kultur-Brauerei, Heidelberg - A very popular in-house brewery

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    [CENTER]Kultur-Brauerei, Heidelberg - A very popular in-house brewery

    "Let's Go For A Beer"

    Trying to attract people

    HDR

    Werner:
    I'm curious to know your opinion on the FE 24-70 lens. You get very good performance from it. Specifically what are its strengths and weaknesses. When would and when would you not use it?

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    "Let's Go For A Beer"
    Trying to attract people
    Sounds good Werner, a boys night out!
    Only one question...Are we taking the green or orange car? Cheers Barry




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    Rialto Beach, Olympic Peninsula, Washington

    Sony A7. Top two images E10-18 F4. Bottom image FE55 F1.8.



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    17mm TSE 5mm fall, 1 degree of forward tilt at F11. ND 1.8 filter on to slow water a little. Early morning and kept it warm on purpose. Sharp everywhere

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    A7r w/ Contax 35/1.4 MMJ (wide open)



    I love this lens.....matches up nicely with the A7r. This is the third version for me......didn't love the Rollei triangles and my AEG version was slightly de-centered.

    I was re-inspired by Michiel's work with it and was lucky enough to find a perfect copy. It pretty much stays on the camera.
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    I'm trying soooo hard to convince myself that I don't need an A7something to use with my collection of good old manual focus lenses, and I'm sure photos like this is only published to make me confused. Not only does it make me want an A7something, but it makes me want the Contax 35/1.4 to complement the 85/1.4 that I already own. I hate this stuff

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    I love this lens.....matches up nicely with the A7r. This is the third version for me......didn't love the Rollei triangles and my AEG version was slightly de-centered.

    I was re-inspired by Michiel's work with it and was lucky enough to find a perfect copy. It pretty much stays on the camera.
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    I'm curious to know your opinion on the FE 24-70 lens. You get very good performance from it. Specifically what are its strengths and weaknesses. When would and when would you not use it?

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    The 24-70 is in everyday use much better than its reputation or as some internet tests would suggest.

    On the positive side is its versatility and convenience and one should not underestimate these two. The zoom range ist very useful, AF and OSS are working with no problems. The lens is in 90% of its range very sharp almost around the whole frame. Micro contrast is very good.

    But it is a zoom lens and that means some sort of compromise. It can not be as good as premium primes.

    The corners at 24mm never get perfect even stopped down. But do you really ALWAYS need perfect sharpness in the very corners? My answer is: NO, you may sometimes need sharp corners, architecture or some landscape shots come to mind. And only when you want to print these very big.

    On the long end 70mm it is better to stop down a little.
    Besides the extremes 24 and 70 the lens is very good with a peak around 40-50mm.
    The weakest part of the glass is it's distortion which is very strong over the whole range. A compromise to build the lens relatively small and light. The distortion gets easily corrected in cam with Jpegs or with the LR profile. The same applies to some CA's that can occur.
    With the A7R and 36mp i see no problem or image degradation with these software corrections. Even with my excellent Distagon 21/2.8 i have to correct distortion when straight lines are important for the composition.
    I can not speak for the 7 or the 7s. I think it will be no problem with these either as almost all MFT lenses are build with software correction in mind.

    Bokeh is of course not the strong part of the lens.

    So, when would i use it? Every time when i can take only one (or two) lens to the location, size and weight are matters.
    When not? For very critical work and when i can take 3 or 4 primes to the shooting and have time to change lenses. When i am looking for optimal bokeh, i would oc. not use the 24/70.

    I hope my few words could help.
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    Barry: We take of course the red one!

    My invitation to a beer, is meant a little metaphorical as i have the impression that the forum needs a little boost after the big storm has passed by. It is a little sleepy here and we are almost by ourselves.

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    You are not alone ... I am positive I am not the only one enjoying your creativity and nice photos. There's also a lot of gear (lenses) in play here which is very informative and too many times tempting ;-)
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    Thanks G43, i was just a little kidding...


    Some wine ready for the harvest. The weather keeps the winemakers uncertain.
    From the "Bergstrasse" wine region just north of Heidelbergs on the foothills of the Rhein valley:


    "Pinot Blanc And Clouds"
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    Still from my older files :sleep006:
    I just sold this lens.

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    Michiel, we have the same clouds...this "summer" wether is really depressing!

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    Werner - Yes, pretty quiet around here at the moment with one storm having now abated and another one brewing up.
    I do expect things will get back to normal once “Hurricane Photokina” passes us by...BTW red is rather nice!



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    Now i know what's FD
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