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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    Looks like the Gaylord Hotel at the National Harbor...
    Actually it's Disney's Contemporary Resort in Orlando
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    Rather cool atmosphere....
    Lovely Michiel - I'm sure I know that building - is it in Rotterdam?

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    ^^^^ Amazing photograph, Michiel. ^^^^

    I too have the CV21/1.8 but I still have not had enough time to really try it out.

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    Thanks Jono, it is the headquarters of ING bank in Amsterdam.

    Louis,
    On the A7 the flaws will be less then on my A7r meaning margenta colour cast. It is nice sharp.
    The Canon FD 20/2.8 has none of these problems but has may be a little less punch.
    The VC is great for the evening if you control the possible ghosting at long distance shots. I think you have to block the inner chrome parts for reflecting on the sensor.
    I cut a rubber ring for that but still did not find an oppertunity to test it.
    It is raining for ever.

    But there are native wide lenses on the horizon. Red about a possible Zeiss wide zoom on SAR.

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    A7r | FE 55mm
    ISO 100 | 1/200 @ f4
    Here's a 1:1 enlargement… you can read the room numbers.
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    A7R, 35mm FE lens f11 hand held
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

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    A7R, 35mm FE lens f11 hand held
    Love it!
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    Another from yesterday's miserable weather here, A7R 35mm FE @ f11 hand held. B&W conversion in Exposure 3 to mimic Tri-X
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    These are really lovely gurtch.

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    These are really lovely gurtch.
    Thank you, much appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiquita View Post
    These are really lovely gurtch.
    +1! Couldn't agree more and each has elements that draw me in. The first image of course with the fog and the dog w/owner in the distance. The element that ties it all together is the interesting shape of the shoreline that leads the viewer's eye to those distant subjects.

    In the second image, it's all the various shapes and textures that are juxtaposed against one another. The slanting rain, the vertical posts of the wooden fence, the crisscrossing of the fences themselves, and once again the eye wants to follow each of them. Sometimes having so many similar elements like all those fences can cause a bit of optical confusion but in this case I find it works.

    I think having both images in B&W really works. Nicely done and it certainly adds to all the wonderful images being posted in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Rather cool atmosphere....


    Vu6 by Michiel Schierbeek, on Flickr


    Vu7 by Michiel Schierbeek, on Flickr
    Very nice images Michiel.
    Vu7 reminds me of a huge cruise ship in dry dock.
    Is that the the mysterious yellow, sony color shift on the left or just lighting?
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    Thanks a lot Carl
    This building has all kind of nicknames like iron and shoebox.

    There is a big orange building on the left which gives this sensor a lot of color shift. Just sended the camera back to Sony

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Glacier National Park, Montana.
    Sony RX1R.

    Lake McDonald. The sharp needle like trees are actually dead from a fire.




    Highline Trail can be seen on upper right, the road below is the famous Going to the Sun Road:



    Next one near Polebridge, Montana. When I first saw the fresh green young trees, I thought someone had a really large farm, but then the dead trees between them did not make sense. An informational sign cleared up the mystery - the large ones are dead from a fire some 15 years back. Their ashes enrich the soil and allow other species to thrive. Until the next forest fire. Circle of life.



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    Zeiss/Contax 180/2.8 w/A7
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    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    A7r with CV 1.5/50. One of my first shots with this combination.

    This was taken through a ferry's (rather dirty) window, hence the flare in places.
    Hallo there! Very nice photo, surreal-ish ... :-)

    Had a look through some of your recent photo posts with the GXR too, you're doing some very nice work.

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    Some from today.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    With the Leica 180mm f/2.8 Elmarit-R, handheld:



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    A7R. One with the Leica 135mm f/4 Tele-Elmar and a few walkabout shots in the park with the 28mm f/2.8 M-Rokkor.









    Edit: Added another houseplant image with the Leica 135mm f/4 Tele-Elmar at f/11.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by darr View Post
    Thanks for posting this Paul and a nice shot!

    One of the cool things about this forum is being able to get a glimpse of the world outside of our domains. I never knew they put windmills in the water. Looks like the world is sprouting those things in all corners.

    I have not sprung for the A7/7R yet, but I am lurking.
    Thanks, Darr! Our coastal waters seem to be littered with wind farms and gas rigs. Better, I think than ruining areas of natural beauty inland, but I can't help thinking that the economics don't stack up. Green energy, arguably, but not cheap: the maintenance must be horrendous. But what do I know...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Hallo there! Very nice photo, surreal-ish ... :-)

    Had a look through some of your recent photo posts with the GXR too, you're doing some very nice work.

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    Thanks for the kind words, Godfrey! The GXR isn't getting much use just now, but it isn't forgotten!
    Paul.... lost in the Irish Sea

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    After school snack with the Nikkor P.C 85/f2 LTM and Voigtlander close focus adapter.

    "We're human, after all, and everybody's got something a little off somewhere." - Murakami Haruki, The fall of the Roman empire
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    Saturday night, 7 December, Temple Bar, Dublin. A7 with Sony 28-70mm lens. All at ISO 3200, except the 3rd one, which was at ISO 1250..













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    A few pictures from the A7r.


    Sony ILCE-7R



    Trio of Stumps







    Tree Stump Waters Edge in Platinum







    Hanging Leaf






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    National Tulip day in Amsterdam.









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    Lovely set of photos, Bob!

    One thing: I remember going to a workshop with a set of prints to display in class. I'd printed them with a wide white border and digitally reproduced signature, as you've presented your photos.

    I was greeted with horrified looks and the admonition to never do that again. "If you can reproduce it like that, so can anyone else. It complete destroys the value of having your signature on the print."

    It took me aback, as the people speaking are very credible in the fine art photo industry. Since then, I've not used anything but a fine, lightly printed name as a watermark..

    Something to think about.

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    The white stuff is back again. A7R with the Samyang 24mm f/3.5 TS

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    Received my second FE lens yesterday, the 35/2.8. From the first few files I can tell this is a fantastic piece of glass. Incredibly sharp. Beautiful draw when combined with one of the best sensors available on the market today.

    "Last lock tonight"



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    New York City - A few street scenes

    Sony A7 + Zeiss ZM 50MM Planar









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    NYC - A couple of night shots.
    Sony A7 + Zeiss ZM 50MM Planar.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Lovely set of photos, Bob!

    One thing: I remember going to a workshop with a set of prints to display in class. I'd printed them with a wide white border and digitally reproduced signature, as you've presented your photos.

    I was greeted with horrified looks and the admonition to never do that again. "If you can reproduce it like that, so can anyone else. It complete destroys the value of having your signature on the print."

    It took me aback, as the people speaking are very credible in the fine art photo industry. Since then, I've not used anything but a fine, lightly printed name as a watermark..

    Something to think about.

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    Thanks Godfrey,

    I use this at home when I mount a print...as I do not sell or distribute my prints I have not given it much thought...will consider your advice.

    Regards,

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    A few more from the other evening in Coconut Grove. These shots are of a band called 3DistantCousins from Los Angeles. The guys are actually cousins who were performing in other bands when they decided to get together as one band.

    Sony a900 and the ZA 135/1.8. Very little post processing because I don't really know how to post process.

    All I can tell you is that it is very tough to take good photos consistently regardless of the equipment one uses.


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    Some shots around the lock.

    (The first two images are with the FD 100/2 as well, sorry )


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    Little car trailer lock story.

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    Another with the A7r



    Sony ICLE-7R



    Trees Opposite Bank 02






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    Just a few more, the last, I promise, from the concert the other night. The guys are the Breslov Bothers. They were two brothers, secular Jews who became affiliated with the Breslov Hassidic branch of Judaism. They had a musical background before they became Orthodox Jews. They rose to fame on one of the Israeli talent shows, and pretty much stole the show because of the inherent contradiction between their lifestyle and their music.

    All shot with the a900 and ZA 135/1.8. This combo just keeps chugging' along.



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    7R + 35TS FD




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    Minolta 70-210/4 AF (the legendary "beer can") w/A7...earns its stellar reputation with this series of very sharp and socko color studies of sea grape leaves.
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    California drought induced air pollution sunset.



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    National Tulip day in Amsterdam

    The band.











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    Please take a look at images posted at the bottom of page 44 posted late last night...then the page got turned to page 45...and Bart's great pics of the Tulip
    Festival brass band.

    More of Minolta 70-210/4 AF w/A7
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    A7 - iso 6400 - Pentax 85mm f2.0



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    Trail closed (Ice jam and flooding). A7R + 28mm f/2.8 M-Rokkor

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    Something different: Some Studio work, too lazy to go out


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    Thats my "Studio Setup"




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    Wow! On the studio setup...wow!

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    Lovely light this late winter afternoon - A7 CV21/1.8 - Camley Street. near King's Cross in London.

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    Very nice studio ! Especially the USM (de Haller) furniture. I love the soft grey colors. (I know it was for the setup, but i can't help notice the whole.)

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    Mikal, Both sets are really nice. You and that lens do an amazing job.

    Mikal, Pegelli, Cooler, you are making it hard to resist the siren song of the 135 ZA.
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    2014 Lake Havasu City Balloon Fest
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    Sony A7r and A-mount 35 f/2/55 f/1.8 FE















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