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    Urban Colt's foot. Ultraviolet capture.
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    Two from a walk near Buttermilk Falls with the A7r+Cambo Actus+Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 45mm f/4.5. Gorge trail above falls is still closed.




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    " Building A New Bridge "

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    Bamboo Pipe Smoker. A7r w/FE 55 f1.8


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    Went for a long hike yesterday across Bodmin Moor, where I revisited “King Arthur’s Hall” a megalithic monument of around 4000 years old (Neolithic to early Bronze age) on my way over to Rough Tor (You can just see on the distant horizon) and Garrow Tor (The derelict farmhouse above).
    The last time I came over to this part of Bodmin Moor there was absolutely nobody about for miles around!...But because of the new UK TV series “Poldark” which is currently being broadcast, tourists have been flocking to the area in their droves trying to find the old Cornish cottage “Nampara” the home of Ross Poldark.



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    Couple more from the 15mm iii Heliar

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    More noodling with the Rokinon 14mm. I am trying to get more practice in for landscapes.


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    There once stood a medieval village in Garrow Tor but due to climate change it no longer exists to support itself - Now this is the last remaining standing property in this very desolate area of Bodmin Moor.
    No roads or villages for miles around just a very narrow steep rocky dirt track leads to the old farmhouse high up on the moor...It must have been a pretty hard life in those days!
    (You can see “Garrow Tor” to the left and “Brown Willy” to the right on the horizon, this is the highest point in Cornwall).



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    Peacock (female) butterfly - A7r CZ FE 24-70

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    I have not used my FE 24-70 since I bought it at a knock-down price from Amazon (and I even got the additional rebate thrown in). My intention was to use it for snaps rather than serious work.

    However, I have been using it more lately and I have to say it is growing on me. It is the convenience factor, really. Although it is bulky it weighs next to nothing and it does allow you to frame a shot exactly rather than shoot with the intention of cropping in pp.

    Anyway here are two from an outing yesterday in the Hertfordshire countryside.



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    Taken this morning over at Roche, looking across St. Austell Downs.
    Two different conversions - Colour and pseudo IR with some added halation to give a ghostly glow
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    Two different stories which are associated with the Rock, if you care to click on the links below...Cheers Barry



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    Hot Club de Camden - with an appreciative audience - at least the dog has more taste than its owner.

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    A little girl chewing sugar cane. A7r w/FE55 f1.8

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    Bokeh fun with the 16-35/4. I think it's so awesome that one lens can give me both ultrawide angles and the ability to get some decent background separation at 35/4!



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    Very nice Graham^^^ Agree wholeheartedly the 35mm end (wide open) is super when used close up, it has a lovely soft creamy bokeh that I like a lot
    Your image just reminded me that Sergio Lovisolo also did an excellent example earlier shot wide open close-up at the 35mm end http://www.getdpi.com/forum/613794-post200.html
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    I will make this the final alternative type process print copied via the A7R/55mm FE lens...Again originally taken on the 10x8 Gandolfi with the 165mm Super Angulon.
    This is a bromoil print of the “Clavell Tower” at Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset. Clavell Tower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    It was taken soon after the filming of the 1985 P.D. James TV series “The Black Tower” in which the tower ended up catching fire.
    I was in two minds whether or not to show this image, as it was my one and only attempt at this process (Having now seen other bromoilists work, I know for a fact it’s not a great example).
    None the less it was all part of a photographic series of UK follies that I was intending to turn into a book one day and never did!...Showing different alternative processes being used for each different folly around the UK.
    A bromoil print for those not familiar with the process is basically a conventional darkroom BW print on an uncoated paper (Kentmere Document Art in this particular case) that is bleached back to a latent image in a mixture of copper sulphate, potassium bromide and potassium dichromate...It leaves behind a ghost of the image that has a very slightly raised surface, it is this delicate surface that will accept dilute intaglio inks being gently applied via a soft bristle hair brush (shaving brushes are commonly used).
    Like Temple Bar this has been disassembled and relocated since this photograph was taken...But in this case it only moved 25 metres inland away from the nearby cliff erosion.



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    It's been done to excess, but perhaps not with this combination of high-end / low-end gear!




    And here's another one with the same combo.


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    Spain, A7R + FE55

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    Last one using ZM50 1.5 Sonnar
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    Panorama of 4 photographs of the Kings Cross redevelopment taken from the viewing platform. Sony A7R+Loxia 2/35



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    ^^^nice processing chiquita, maybe only straighten the horizon in the first

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    ^^^nice processing chiquita, maybe only straighten the horizon in the first
    Thanks I thought I did straighten it though. I used the LR lens profile then auto level. Maybe it's the breakwater in the upper left hand side that makes it look slightly skewed!

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    Please post a few large samples with this combo if you can. I have been looking at picking up one of the Minolta AF zooms for use with my A7. Thanks!

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    It's been done to excess, but perhaps not with this combination of high-end / low-end gear!


    And here's another one with the same combo.


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    Sony FE 35mm f1.4 on A7S @f1.4 ISO 100

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    Taken this afternoon...Tone mapped.



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    Local mud bogs event - A7S.Mod + Lux 50 ASPH, all WO

















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    Bitingly sharp! Any ND filters used, Hiep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Bitingly sharp! Any ND filters used, Hiep?
    No ND, most (if not all) of these were at 1/8000.

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    This does not bode well for the M cams!
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    A7, Micro-Nikkor 55 2.8

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    Wow, above that's the best images I have seen from a thin mod camera.

    A7S and Contax G 45/2


    A7S and Minolta 58/1.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiquita View Post
    Thanks I thought I did straighten it though. I used the LR lens profile then auto level. Maybe it's the breakwater in the upper left hand side that makes it look slightly skewed!
    When I scroll the picture to the top of my screen and line up the horizon at the left (right of the breakwater) the right side of the horizon is about 1,5 mm lower. Can't trust auto level apparently .

    Edit: just checked in photoshop, it's about 0.6 degrees leaning down on the right
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    Barry the last shot HDR? HDR from one shot?
    Very nice!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    Please post a few large samples with this combo if you can. I have been looking at picking up one of the Minolta AF zooms for use with my A7. Thanks!
    I've taken perhaps 20 frames with the lens, though when I get home I'll put up some full-res samples for your perusal. It's decent stopped down, in the center, in the middle of the zoom range - as long as you correct for the heavy CA and a nasty bluish color cast! The 100-200mm 4.5 also lacks Minolta's traditional color signature, which is too bad. It's only real asset is that it weighs very little.

    I've also been trying another Minolta AF zoom, the highly regarded 35-105mm 3.5-4.5 (first version). If anything, I'm even less impressed by it. While color is generally good, it's soft throughout most of the range, and is prone to all manner of unpleasant aberration. Perhaps I got an exceedingly bad sample, but I doubt it. Also, the mfd on the 35-105 is quite long, making it a poor choice for walk around purposes.

    Both of these lenses can be had for peanuts, so if you're curious, it's easy enough to try them!
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    Had some cockatoo's come to visit tonight
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    Had some cockatoo's come to visit tonight
    A7S with SEL70200G

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    How lucky you are to have such amazing parrots in your neighborhood. Australia has some of the most amazing fauna. I envy you that. I used to raise and breed reptiles and the one species I always regretted not having photographed was the shingleback skinks that I came across. By any chance have you ever taken a picture of one. They make an interesting photographic subject because of their odd texture.
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    A7R FE55 1.8 Spain

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    I've now gone back and discovered quite a few where the horizon tool was unreliable.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Barry the last shot HDR? HDR from one shot?
    Very nice!

    " Watermusic "
    Many thanks Werner...Apologies for not coming back sooner as I had to go out earlier, yes just a single shot is all that is required.
    Just process a colour shot as you would do normally + Then make a Photomatix tone mapped version from that...I generally just use one of the OTT Photomatix presets that looks right for that particular image and then tweak the sliders a bit whilst watching the histogram...Save it with a separate name and then copy and paste it on top of the original image...Now slide the opacity to around 50% to detune it’s garish look somewhat so that the original image is partly showing through, then burn, dodge and erase the areas on the Photomatix version to taste before flattening off.

    “Water Music”...Very nicely Handeled
    Love the contre-jour lighting and especially the dew drop on the end of the statues nose...Glad you chose to do it in BW as opposed to colour, I'm sure that suits the image better...Cheers Barry


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    PS. Christina, very nice ^^^ don't let Pieter get to you
    When Pieter gets his protractor out we are all doomed
    Don't forget that he lives below sea level so he always has an eye on the horizon
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    Another flower shot WO (f/4) at 21mm iso400.



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    A7II, Tamron 150-600, f10, ISO 800. Rather wet from having rolled in the remains of our snow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfirneno View Post
    Slingers:
    How lucky you are to have such amazing parrots in your neighborhood. Australia has some of the most amazing fauna. I envy you that. I used to raise and breed reptiles and the one species I always regretted not having photographed was the shingleback skinks that I came across. By any chance have you ever taken a picture of one. They make an interesting photographic subject because of their odd texture.
    No I haven't. We don't get many lizards, only garden skinks, where I live but 5 mins down the road at my in laws they get plenty. I will keep an eye out. Here is a recent lizard but I only had my phone on me.

    When I'm straightening a horizon I think of pegelli.
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    Trying out a Kolari modded A7R with a Leica SEM 21:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slingers View Post
    No I haven't. We don't get many lizards, only garden skinks, where I live but 5 mins down the road at my in laws they get plenty. I will keep an eye out. Here is a recent lizard but I only had my phone on me.

    When I'm straightening a horizon I think of pegelli.
    Nice dragon. Much cooler than the boring painted turtles in my pond. Thanks for the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    A7II, Tamron 150-600, f10, ISO 800. Rather wet from having rolled in the remains of our snow!
    Nice!

    So how does that work for you? You need to use an adapter LAE4 or so to mount it on the A7II, right? I am pondering how this would work for animal photography in conjunction with a A6000. With crop factor 1.5 this is an enormous reach, and the speedy burst mode might just help to get those shots.

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    Sunrise and silhouette. A7R w/FE55 f1.8

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

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    Trying out a Kolari modded A7R with a Leica SEM 21:
    How does the whole frame look like? Are the corners mushy?

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

    I have not even started to scratch the potential of this camera. There is a lot of magic to be captured.

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

    I've been wanting to pick up an A7s as well, though I think I'll wait until one dips below $1500 usd on the used market. Shouldn't be long now.

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