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

    Sometimes an interesting shot is right behind you. This is facing directly away from Guy's shot above. The inevitable 16-35/4 at 16mm. The color version has only the contrast boosted. The BW version is .. well .. black and white. It looks less artificial, but the color is striking. I can't decide.



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    I think I like the color but don't throw the B&W out either. Tough call
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    Tough call
    +1, they're both excellent!
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    According to Cornish folklore, the Doom Bar was created by the Mermaid of Padstow as a dying curse.
    In 1906, Enys Tregarthen, wrote that a Padstow local, Tristram Bird, bought a new gun and wanted to shoot something worthy of it. He went hunting seals at Hawker's Cove but found a young woman sitting on a rock brushing her hair. Entranced by her beauty, he offered to marry her and when she refused he shot her in retaliation, only realising afterwards that she was a mermaid. As she died she cursed the harbour with a "bar of doom", from Hawker's Cove to Trebetherick Bay. A terrible gale blew up that night and when it finally subsided there was the sandbar, "covered with wrecks of ships and bodies of drowned men".



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    I did another from last night and this is at dusk. Mitikon 50

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    Sunrise this morning, shooting the other way from the arch.



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    My take on the Arch this morning.

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    just finished this stair here in NYC:
    blackened steel and fumed oak

    distance shots with canon 24T/S; closer shots with sony 55FE








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    Quet a special construction, very well finished an wonderful made! I have an eye for craftmenship.

    Fantastic image of the grand pier, Barry! The others as well, of course. Nice storys.
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    Handholding a 500mm lens. Thought those days were gone (as I've gotten older) but the A7ii makes it practical again. Amazing.

    A7ii with 500mm ƒ8 Reflex

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    Absurd sunset at Arches. A7II 16-35/4 at 16mm... Getting to be a habit.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Absurd sunset at Arches.
    Really lovely image!

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    Thank you, Mike! The A7II wide zoom combo is taking a lot of attention away from the MFDB and tech camera... The above was hand held, as the Cambo/Phase was hogging the tripod!

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    Tonights take. 85mm ZA 1.4. The rest is Guys secret. LOL

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    4 espressos in the morning gets you this. LOL

    16-35 which folks I may never sell.

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    Or take a little walk around the rock and you get this. Have several of these

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    DSC00804 by unoh7, on Flickr


    DSC00752 by unoh7, on Flickr


    DSC00774 by unoh7, on Flickr

    a7.mod and 75 lux

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    I think I see a Mini Cooper in one of those images.

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    3 shot focus stack with the 85mm ZA

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    The Cornish also know how to design bespoke staircases
    This one spends a lot of it’s time submerged in the “Atlantic”



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    A few images from Yuanyang rice terrace in Yunnan, S. China. These rice terraces have been in used for over a 1000 years. They were mainly built by the Hani tribes. From November to March, the terraces are flooded with water in preparation for planting in April. This place is becoming a favourite with photographers from many parts of the world. A7R w/FE 55 f1.8









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    brooklyn versions of the Cornish stair


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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    brooklyn versions of the Cornish stair
    John, touché - You win Well spotted and partly submerged in the "Atlantic" to boot

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    Here are some photographs I took at the art studio of my great-uncle, a third generation painter, who is retired now and lives in New York City. I loved the colors and chaos of all the materials here.







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    ggibson: I really love the first one especially. It not only tells a story, it is a piece of abstract art in itself. When I come upon a nature abstract scene, for example drifted sand and shadows, I refer to them as "as found still life". You might consider making a print of it and framing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    Handholding a 500mm lens. Thought those days were gone (as I've gotten older) but the A7ii makes it practical again. Amazing.

    A7ii with 500mm ƒ8 Reflex

    I really like the Minolta 500mm Reflex. I hand held this shot with monopod, and the Alpha A900. 24Mp full frame and first with in camera stabilization. IBIS is wonderful!
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    Taken this afternoon, whilst walking into the little fishing village of Portloe.
    Handheld + heavily cropped to remove the flare on the left hand side.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Yes you're right but for me it is still "Hoogovens"
    LOL - same here !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Taken this afternoon, whilst walking into the little fishing village of Portloe.
    Handheld + heavily cropped to remove the flare on the left hand side.
    <sigh> I have GOT to move to Cornwall.

    It reminds me of my very first "5 star" image, taken when I was 12 years old on a family trip to Devon & Cornwall. I had my first SLR - a Pentax H3V. It was at Lands End, a classic sunset shot. Cornwall is near the top of the places I want to go back to ASAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    ggibson: I really love the first one especially. It not only tells a story, it is a piece of abstract art in itself. When I come upon a nature abstract scene, for example drifted sand and shadows, I refer to them as "as found still life". You might consider making a print of it and framing it.
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    Thanks for the kind words. The first one is my favorite as well. "Found still life" is a great term for it. I'll definitely be getting a print of that one.

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    We were hoping the colors would be over the three gossips, but.....

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    The shot of the workshop !!!!!



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    Ya know Guy, we look GOOD!

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    Totally studly. Lol
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    cool...same smiles

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    cool...same smiles
    It's because they both own shares in Mitakon.
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    A few more Yuanyang rice terrace images. A7R w/70-400G. This is the second time I have used the 70-400G in a trip. I am glad I did as I had to use up to 400mm in several of my shots.





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    these are fabulous pictures, nsng! the people walking, especially in the first image, provides a sense of scale that shows just how impressive in size these rice terraces are. well done!
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    The shot of the workshop !!!!!



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    Firstly, AWESOME "heavy" processing !!!

    Second, I want everybody to pay special attention to what Guy is holding!
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    Craters of the Moon by unoh7, 75lux

    DSC00637 by unoh7, 50 cron WO


    Arco Street by unoh7, 75 Lux WO

    all with A7.mod
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    these are fabulous pictures, nsng! the people walking, especially in the first image, provides a sense of scale that shows just how impressive in size these rice terraces are. well done!
    Thanks! The total area occupied by these terraces is over 60,000 acres in Yuanyang county. The largest is about 2,600 acres. The amount of work that went into building these terraces defy logic. They are over a thousand year old, but rice is still being cultivated in the traditional manner. These terraces can be up to 1000 meters up on the mountain and the slope ranged from 15 to 75 degrees!

    I intend to visit this place again since Kunming ( provincial capital ) is less than 4 hours by plane from Singapore. From Kunming, it is about 6 hours by car to these terraces.
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    A few more Yuanyang rice terrace images. A7R w/70-400G. This is the second time I have used the 70-400G in a trip. I am glad I did as I had to use up to 400mm in several of my shots.
    Ng, As per Doug’s comment +1 ...Excellent yet again.

    Those Paddy field contours must be a... “Cartographer’s nightmare to map but a photographer’s dream too snap”
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    <sigh> I have GOT to move to Cornwall.

    It reminds me of my very first "5 star" image, taken when I was 12 years old on a family trip to Devon & Cornwall. I had my first SLR - a Pentax H3V. It was at Lands End, a classic sunset shot. Cornwall is near the top of the places I want to go back to ASAP.
    David...Always room for another photographer here in Cornwall with the amount of building work going on!
    If you ever come this way do look us up, perhaps we can share a sunset together...<sigh>
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    Bryan striking a heroic pose shortly before taking his epic portrait of Guy and Jack.

    (taken with iPhone, but he's holding an A7r, so that counts, right?)


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    Zion National Park shot with the 16-35 at 18mm for 30 seconds

    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I want everybody to pay special attention to what Guy is holding!
    You beat me to it. What is up with that??

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    [QUOTE=Barry Haines;624893]Ng, As per Doug’s comment +1 ...Excellent yet again.

    Those Paddy field contours must be a... “Cartographer’s nightmare to map but a photographer’s dream too snap”
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    Thanks Barry. Very appropriate, "Cartog's nightmare, photog's dream"
    When I looked at these terraces, I have to give the utmost credit and respect to the Hani people. With just hand tools they have carved vast terraces on mountains to grow rice for over a thousand years. But the younger generation are slowly abandoning this lifestyle to seek jobs in towns and cities.
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