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    You beat me to it. What is up with that??
    First time I held a D810. Too big
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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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    Test run (W-Nikkor-C 2.5cm f/4)
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    All those folks who sing praises of the A7s- all true. What an amazing tool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
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    ...And it is now a very good beer
    Quentin, (Re: "Doom Bar" Rock Brewery) I never touch the stuff A real ale's mermaids curse for sure!
    If you're rather partial to 568ml of the amber nectar, I can thoroughly recommend "Blisland Bulldog" from the same brewery company, it's specifically brewed for the "Blisland Inn" up on Bodmin Moor (at Blisland needless to say Which is out towards your direction).
    It ain't smart but it's a real pub with a "Village Green" with decent "Real Ale" + Very friendly locals, in fact it won the "CAMRA's National Pub of the Year" back in 2001 which is a good sign Just be sure you get somebody sober to drive you back around those narrow country lanes
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Damn!, Michiel all those images you're posting with the C/Y 100-300 are superb.
    Are they the full image or crops of the frame?. That lens is really something special, you're not helping
    A7II, FE 35, 55 C/Y 18, 28, 85, 100, 28-85
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    Mississippi river bank in Minneapolis.

    A7ii with Minolta 500mm ƒ8 Reflex - handheld

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    Another photograph from the art studio:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/grahamgibson/
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    " Energy II "

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    I feel dizzy now......
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    16-35 at 21mm. Both images at 21mm. AND YES IM HANGING OFF THE CLIFF IN THE FIRST ONE. HELP THROW ME A ROPE. LOL



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    Im really falling for that 16-35 but still when I want the best image bar none the 24 TSE from Canon is incredible.

    Here is a 3 shot pano with the 24mm TSE. Bryce Canyon our first morning out

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    My last image of the trip was on my way home passing by some Joshua Trees. So i pulled out the Mitikon 50 wide open and shot this. Processing is for creativity not technical. Something different

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    On our way back from Sunday lunch in Thaxted this afternoon, we came across the following "garage conversion" that had taken place just a few moments earlier! No one hurt, but a very shocked owner of the house. Taken with my A7r, Summilux F1.4 75mm.



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    A7 and Mitakon Speedy 2


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    And one of me, by Edd, my middle son, using my A7r and Summilux 75mm F/1.4 at a fairly wide aperture - about F2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    On our way back from Sunday lunch in Thaxted this afternoon, we came across the following "garage conversion" that had taken place just a few moments earlier! No one hurt, but a very shocked owner of the house. Taken with my A7r, Summilux F1.4 75mm.
    Golf drivers, can't trust them. This one parked itself in our front garden a few years back (not with an a7, but with it's grandfather the A700)



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    Ocean Beach, San Francisco. Last week, temps in the upper 60's and sunny!

    All images with A7II + FE70-200mm.

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    Hanbury Street latest, taken with the A7r, Voigtlander 35mm F/1.2 Nokton Asph II



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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Nice work Barry!

    Nothing new under the sun.
    Just a contempory intrepetation of the paintings of Pieter de Hoogh from 1660.
    Always looking through spaces inside and outside.

    (BTW shot from the outside)

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

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    Nice work Barry!

    Nothing new under the sun.
    Just a contempory intrepetation of the paintings of Pieter de Hoogh from 1660.
    Always looking through spaces inside and outside.

    (BTW shot from the outside)

    example
    Greatly appreciate that, Michiel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Nice work Barry!

    Nothing new under the sun.
    Just a contempory intrepetation of the paintings of Pieter de Hoogh from 1660.
    Always looking through spaces inside and outside.

    (BTW shot from the outside)

    example
    Many thanks Michiel.
    Very interesting as my take would have been on an even earlier artist from your own native homeland "Jan van Eyck".
    The painting I'm referring to is "The Arnolfini Portrait" (Painted 1434)
    https://theeraofathena.files.wordpre...-portrait1.jpg
    It was the importance upon the central mirror and it's reflection back into the room http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/40667/fi...=1422906748165
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    7s? Which one, the Canon 7s the lens was made for or the Sony A7s?
    Waited till very dark and snapped this.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    Canon 50/0.95, f/0.95, ISO2500, 1/13s, Mixed lighting
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    Many thanks Michiel.
    Very interesting as my take would have been on an even earlier artist from your own native homeland "Jan van Eyck".
    The painting I'm referring to is "The Arnolfini Portrait" (Painted 1434)
    https://theeraofathena.files.wordpre...-portrait1.jpg
    It was the importance upon the central mirror and it's reflection back into the room http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/40667/fi...=1422906748165
    Remarkable painting and much older in deed, yes, but I don't use a fish eye lens

    In the respect of this theme another very interesting painting is Las Meninas of Velázquez in the Prado, Madrid. Looking through and a mirror!
    Are the King and the Queen reflected in the mirror a reflection of the subject he paints or a reflection of the canvas itself etc .etc.



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    Wonderful Vivek!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Remarkable painting and much older in deed, yes, but I don't use a fish eye lens

    In the respect of this theme another very interesting painting is Las Meninas of Velasques in the Prado, Madrid. Looking through and a mirror!
    Are the King and the Queen reflected in the mirror a reflection of the subject he paints or a reflection of the canvas itself etc .etc.



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    Not only do you not use a fisheye my friend You don't get the artists name right either....Pieter de Hoogh or did you mean Pieter de Hooch
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    May be this one is a bit more like the Arnolfini portrait.

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    (just corrected my wrong spelling from Velázquez)

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    May be this one is a bit more like the Arnolfini portrait.
    Have you been on the "Absinthe" again
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    Didn't you know; every sunday!

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    Oohps! It is monday already!

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    A7 and Mitakon Speedy 2


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    'snowstorm at sea' - a7r / FE 70-200

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    Want to add this one to the "mirror" discussion, shot at the Thonet Museum, Frankenberg:


    " Where/What Is Real/Reality ? "




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    So much "fiftys" Werner. The colours and design.

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    Another one.

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    Yes pure 50's. But what's real (in every sense...)????

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    Yes pure 50's. But what's real (in every sense...)????
    Looks like wallpaper to me! Or partly? Exept the back table with ashtree?

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    You two the “Fifties” ...No personal recollection myself but my grandparents used too reminisce about them all the time
    Some “Photomatix” from the youth of today




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

    From a recent brief trip to NJ. I took a quick lunch break across the river and brought my camera.

    My favorite cheese steak restaurant on South Street, Philadelphia - Jim's Steaks.





    A72 with 55.

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

    For those of you (Barry, Werner...) hosting your wonderful higher resolution images on Flickr, how are you linking them here? When I do that via [IMG], I get a small square with a question mark. If I do it through [URL], I get a link with the same "Open image in new tab" message, but no picture in the post - just the URL. How do you get the image to appear in your post?

    And Michiel, how do you get such beautiful clean images to appear here? When I link or post 1200px wide images (either uploading directly or linking to Zenfolio), they appear very blurry. Do you upload at higher resolution and let the website scale?

    Thank you all!

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    Hi Matt,

    When you open the image you want to post in flickr, use the third icon (the curved arrow), choose the desired size - I always use the biggest size and let getdpi scale it down - copy it and paste it in the forum. Actually you only need the part between [IMG] and [/IMG] the rest is not relevant. That is the way I do it. You also need to downsize them for the web.
    I use a script from Andreas Resch called We sharpener.

    I save my images on flickr 1500 pixels wide. A size most monitors can handle these days. BTW I always center my images.


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    [QUOTE=Barry Haines;625246]You two the “Fifties” ...No personal recollection myself but my grandparents used too reminisce about them all the time
    Some “Photomatix” from the youth of today

    On your Avatar you look so much wiser
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Michiel,

    Thank you! Here's a try:

    A7II with Leica 50 Summicron



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    Ahah! That looks like the resolution I was after!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Im really falling for that 16-35 but still when I want the best image bar none the 24 TSE from Canon is incredible.

    Here is a 3 shot pano with the 24mm TSE. Bryce Canyon our first morning out

    Where did I go? I know I was out there on that ledge. I have the pictures to prove it. LOL
    Bryan

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