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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Thanks, Tom, the color version was not as dramatic.
    Being there was a little scary as the resulting rain was extremely heavy!

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    Here is my Cloudburst in colour. Captured this in Ethiopia. A7R w/19mm R.

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    Little restaurant in one of the arcades in paris.

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    "Lugano At Night II"

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    "Lugano At Night II"

    Canon 24/3.5 TSE II shifted
    Nice citylights and nice series on Ticino since a few days ! No house or building of Mario Botta to show ?

    (For those who don't know, make a search in Google images with the following keywords : mario botta ticino; can't post a clickable link from my iPad, Google prevents me to see the full link)

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    A7 70-200mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Nice citylights and nice series on Ticino since a few days ! No house or building of Mario Botta to show ?

    (For those who don't know, make a search in Google images with the following keywords : mario botta ticino; can't post a clickable link from my iPad, Google prevents me to see the full link)
    Thank you!

    Funny, i intended to go to Monte Tamero to the Botta chapel, but the funiculare is closed in winter now (we used to ski there...).
    I will do that next time as well as the church in Mongno.
    These are imo the best Botta's in Ticino, next to some early private homes and Rustici. Other wise we live daly here with lots of his commercial buildings. I have met him once in the Grotto del Ortiga in Manno.

    We had an incredible winter (well after a really bad summer and fall) so far with exceptional light every day and because we live at the lake i took advantage of the weather there.
    Though i took some shots with my Leica Monochrom of the Casinó di Campione, i will post them in the Leica M forum at FM.

    Here is the LAC, it took some 50 years (sic) to build that, it is yet not ready and not by Botta:

    "LAC Lugano Arte Cultura"




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    Hot Air Ballooning fun with the A7 and Pentax 17mm Fisheye (m42 mount):



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    Barry, like that! Selenium toned?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    Barry, like that! Selenium toned?
    Many thanks David...I toned it in Silver Efex Pro 2, I used the middle preset blue toner then slightly decreased the intensity until it looked about right to my eyes...Cheers Barry
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    I love SEP2. When I hear all the talk about a possible B/W sensor camera, I'm thinking "how does that improve what we already have?".

    Toning is one of the last steps for me, and too often I forget it's there. Some images just scream for a subtle toning, but I never know until (or if) I try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    I love SEP2. When I hear all the talk about a possible B/W sensor camera, I'm thinking "how does that improve what we already have?".

    Toning is one of the last steps for me, and too often I forget it's there. Some images just scream for a subtle toning, but I never know until (or if) I try.
    Agreed David, It will be interesting to see if Sony ever decide one day to make their equivalent of the Leica Monochrom.
    Like yourself I leave the toning right until the last step, thats If I think toning will add an extra dimension to an image. I normally make several slightly different versions and go with the version I like the best. I will also make a slight curve adjustment as toning can make some images look a bit flat/muddy at times...Cheers Barry

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    Red Bull Sound Select - The Tontons, The Suffers, Lee Fields and the Expressions
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    'elemental' - a7r / Sigma 35 Art

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    Wonderfull series Marc!
    Love the colour handling in combination with the subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Thank you!

    Funny, i intended to go to Monte Tamero to the Botta chapel, but the funiculare is closed in winter now (we used to ski there...).
    I will do that next time as well as the church in Mongno.
    These are imo the best Botta's in Ticino, next to some early private homes and Rustici. Other wise we live daly here with lots of his commercial buildings. I have met him once in the Grotto del Ortiga in Manno.

    We had an incredible winter (well after a really bad summer and fall) so far with exceptional light every day and because we live at the lake i took advantage of the weather there.
    Though i took some shots with my Leica Monochrom of the Casinó di Campione, i will post them in the Leica M forum at FM.

    Here is the LAC, it took some 50 years (sic) to build that, it is yet not ready and not by Botta:

    "LAC Lugano Arte Cultura"
    I encountered the same problem with Monte Tamaro once I wanted to return there with a digital camera, the funivia wasn't working. I was in Mogno just once, it was already spring but a year with much snow and the door was closed and there was still a lot of snow around. Both are very nice places.

    Apart of that, they used to have a flyer with a list of Botta's buildings at the Tourist office. In addition to a bank (banco del Gottardo ?) there are a few individual houses which are sporging out like sculptures in their environment. There is one in Stabbio, among else.

    Once I was touring with a group of friends, we were invited to enter in one of the family houses he had built.. There were no private room ! Just semi-private coves.. Included for the parents.. The matrimonial double bed was located on a mezzanine, overhanging the living. But the incoming light was fantastic..

    Have a nice time there
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    Interesting architect. Thanks for the pointer AnnnaT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Interesting architect. Thanks for the pointer AnnnaT!
    He is quite a star here in Switzerland : it isn't rare to hear him talk about his architecture and projects at the evening news. He is very charismatic and has an audience wider than just the small circle of architects. You would love to hear him when he states that museums represent/are our contemporary cathedrals. Although he has built quite a few chapels and at least one cathedral in one of the new satellite city surrounding Paris. In Ticino, they have discovered it can attract tourists as well and that was more or less one of the idea behind the construction of Monte Tamaro.

    I'm quite fascinated by his buildings, which he place in contrast to the environning landscape (contrapunto). But personally I prefer a more rationalist architecture, aka modern rather than postmodern.
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    The first one is really my favorite of the series, although there are several other good ones.

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    Both with the VM 50/1.5...now in the classifieds as I try to move to the 35mm focal length
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    Amsterdam, demonstration against the murderers of the cartoonist and policemen at Charlie Hebdo in Paris. On the first picture is the prime Minister speaking.

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    Another from Botswana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Another from Botswana.


    Bill, thanks for this striking image!
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    Bill, thanks for this striking image!
    How far were you from those elephants? TIA.
    Thanks KH! I was in a Land Rover and I think I was using the FE 24-70 at 70 mm - so quite close! (I'm not on my main computer so I can't be sure - its possible I was using the LEA4 adapter and my 70-400G)

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    You're welcome of course Alas I can't put you up for the night. I think Pegelli (Pieter) from your country is also coming.

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    Voltaire, Pantheon, Paris.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    A7r, M Rokkor 40/2, Paris

    Those who are going to participate in the demonstration tomorrow in Paris, I will be there in my thoughts.
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    A7r, Color Yashinon 40/1.7, Amsterdam, Michiel Schierbeek

    Due to couple of mixups, I was late but managed to make it before the doors closed. Missed pegelli.

    The prints are just fabu-lous!

    Great show Michiel!
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    Thank you Vivek for coming and Pieter as well. It is a joy to meet people from the forum for real.

    It was a great opening and I had a great time meeting up again with everybody.
    All my investments are payed for and more, so I am happy.

    Here is an overview from one corner. The photographs look a lot wider as they are due to the wide angle. ( 90 x 60 cm and about 60 x 40 cm)

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    Great shot Vivek, sorry I missed you. Would have liked to meet you in "real life" but had to leave around 6 to get back home in time.

    Thanks Michiel for the invitation and excellent exhibition. Had a good time getting to know some new people and enjoyed everything.

    Here's 2 shots I took (with the artist in view) but with a NEX6 (and a E10-18/4) and not an A7, but I thought it would be better to have everything from this exhibition here together in one place.






    And I was really sorry to have to leave the event before it was over
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    Nice Pieter, love the last one! Gives a very good view of the whole space.
    And thanks for coming!
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    Pieter, Sorry I missed you. It was entirely my fault.

    Nice last shot that shows the set-up quite nicely. I took a few shots with a Rokinon 8mm and a NEX-6 but that made me realise that I need more time with the fisheye to make any useful photos.

    Here is what I captured after seeing Michiel's exhibition and on my way back.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Pieter, Sorry I missed you. It was entirely my fault.

    Nice last shot that shows the set-up quite nicely. I took a few shots with a Rokinon 8mm and a NEX-6 but that made me realise that I need more time with the fisheye to make any useful photos.

    Here is what I captured after seeing Michiel's exhibition and on my way back.
    Nice sleeper Vivek, you see lots of those characters in Amsterdam

    No problem we missed each other, I'm sure there will be a next opportunity somewhere in the future.

    I agree, fish-eye's are not easy. If the space is too small the crooked lines will only distract and not make a pleasing picture. I have a FE, but usually my "rectalinear" WA shots come out better.

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    Sure, there will be other opportunities, Pieter.

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    Michiel, glad to hear your exhibition went well would have loved to have been there
    Did you manage to get a snap of Pieter and Vivek? Cheers Barry.

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    Barrie no, I didn't bring my camera. I needed to talk
    (not my favourite way of transportation)

    One more from the Charle Hebdo demonstration last week here in Amsterdam.
    (Just watched the massive demonstration in Paris)

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Just a little closeup work @ home in the cold.. not getting outdoors so much.

    A7s + Zeiss Contax C/Y 35-70/3.4 lens

    ISO 10k really opens up the opportunities after dark..

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    A couple more from ballooning:



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    A7II with the 55 - window light

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