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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    A7R with Sony LA4 adapter and Minolta 20mm f2.8 lens, hand held. ISO 400, 1/100 at f9. Center is sharp, corners not bad, edges (left /right) a little soft, but all in all I would not hesitate to make a 20"x30" print. I have also included a 100% crop, actual pixels....no sharpening applied yet
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    Thank you all for the kind words and encouragement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post
    But a little soft and fluffy to the lower corners. This could be the lens or the adapter aberration.
    I was focussed on the white number plate. The lower corners are simply too near for the DOF and are just out of focus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcB83 View Post
    Bill, apologies for my ignorance, but what do you mean by LCC plate; what does it entail? Etc.

    I did Google it but not with satisfactory results.

    Thanks!

    Marc
    Marc, it's Lens Cast Correction plate sold with Phase One MFDB. Basically it's a square of white translucent plastic - you could like use anything white, flat and milky that allows light to pass through.

    You use it by shooting a second shot through it after you have taken your picture, at the same exposure and focus as you used for the shot. Then, in Capture One, you combine the two exposures. Lightroom has a similar facility.

    It's usually used when shooting with a tech camera where swings and/or tilts are involved but I often use it for any extreme wide-angle such as the Voigtlander Heliar 12 mm, the Elmarit M 21 mm and even (on the A7r) the Summicron 28 mm.

    You can also buy software called Corner Fix which does much the same thing, but not as well IMHO.

    It's quite easy, even when shooting handheld, to pop the LCC plate up against your lens shade to take a second shot.

    You can "save" your LCCs in Capture One so after a while you can use previously shot LCCs and apply them to other pics from the same lens and characteristics. Then you need no longer create one each time you use the wide-angle lens

    Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    Thanks Peter. I shoot RAW and process in LR. For the WATE shots, the only PP I did is to adjust the exposure/highlights, basically pulling them back and added blacks.

    Generally, I don't spend more than 2 minutes on an average for each picture (after that my patience runs out!).

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    Eeraj,

    so there are then obviously no corner issues as color shift etc even using the WATE on the A7r - good news!

    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Thanks very much, Peter.

    Processed in C1 at defaults with a +15 saturation and a lightening of the shadowed verandah, no other adjustments. I have cropped a bit and would clean up the top left corner if I were to print it.
    Bill,

    that should prove that also the 35 is working nicely on the A7r - no color shift or what so ever. This is very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post
    But a little soft and fluffy to the lower corners.
    That is called snow…
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    You are welcome, Peter. Note that I am using the A7 and not A7R. Based on samples I have seen, I believe WATE also works fine on the A7R. It is really a fine lens with superb color and contrast.

    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Eeraj,

    so there are then obviously no corner issues as color shift etc even using the WATE on the A7r - good news!

    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    That is called snow…
    I can always count on Will to get the joke. LOL
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    A couple more of the Raven totem.

    A7 with the Leica 50mm Summicron-R lens at about f4 or f5.6.




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    Dublin, Ireland. Second week of December. A7 with Sony 28-70mm lens.













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    Awesome pair, Bensonga,just awesome! The last one is my favorite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamB View Post
    From one of my favorite movies, Kirk Douglas portraying Vincent Van Gogh in "Lust for Life" (1956).

    Great images Michiel.

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    I knew it was supposed to be van Gogh but not Kirk Douglas playing him. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    Awesome pair, Bensonga,just awesome! The last one is my favorite!
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    The old main postoffice turned into a shopping mall.

    Last edited by Michiel Schierbeek; 28th January 2014 at 15:37.
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    Bill,

    Thanks a lot! Really clear and helpful.

    Marc


    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Marc, it's Lens Cast Correction plate sold with Phase One MFDB. Basically it's a square of white translucent plastic - you could like use anything white, flat and milky that allows light to pass through.

    You use it by shooting a second shot through it after you have taken your picture, at the same exposure and focus as you used for the shot. Then, in Capture One, you combine the two exposures. Lightroom has a similar facility.

    It's usually used when shooting with a tech camera where swings and/or tilts are involved but I often use it for any extreme wide-angle such as the Voigtlander Heliar 12 mm, the Elmarit M 21 mm and even (on the A7r) the Summicron 28 mm.

    You can also buy software called Corner Fix which does much the same thing, but not as well IMHO.

    It's quite easy, even when shooting handheld, to pop the LCC plate up against your lens shade to take a second shot.

    You can "save" your LCCs in Capture One so after a while you can use previously shot LCCs and apply them to other pics from the same lens and characteristics. Then you need no longer create one each time you use the wide-angle lens

    Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I knew it was supposed to be van Gogh but not Kirk Douglas playing him. Thanks!
    Glad to read this. I would have been sorry for you, had you written: this the great Kirk Douglas, but who is this Van G... guy you are talking about?
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    The "Groupello Fountain", Mannheim, Germany



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    Werner -- I'm really impressed with photos you've posted with the Leica Apo-Macro R 100 on the 7R!

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    A7r with 50mm Tak Super @ f1.4 If I'd used magnification rather than peaking it might even have been properly in focus! Some pictures come perfect out of camera, changing anything would be a crime. Doesn't happen often to me but this is one.
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    A7r with 50mm Tak Super @ f1.4 If I'd used magnification rather than peaking it might even have been properly in focus! Some pictures come perfect out of camera, changing anything would be a crime. Doesn't happen often to me but this is one.
    Love it!
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    Love/hate relationship with this camera - today it's love

    24mm TS-E stitch :

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Weather too lousy to go out today so tried something indoors for a change.

    a7r with Summicron 75 mm ASPH at its closest focus. & shots with Helicon Focus.

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    The weather's lousy here, too!

    I took the opportunity to plagiarise Michiel: I've often wondered how to digitally frame images, and never quite got round to applying the leetle (*very* leetle in my case!) grey cells. It seems that Mogrify is my friend...

    This is with the CV 4/21, which doesn't work with the A7r.




    Now - if I can figure out how to do that nice 3d shadow effect......

    pace Michiel!
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    Frigid weather here along the NJ shore. Took these recently, A7R, FE 55mm lens hand held
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    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    The weather's lousy here, too!

    I took the opportunity to plagiarise Michiel: I've often wondered how to digitally frame images, and never quite got round to applying the leetle (*very* leetle in my case!) grey cells. It seems that Mogrify is my friend...

    This is with the CV 4/21, which doesn't work with the A7r.




    Now - if I can figure out how to do that nice 3d shadow effect......

    pace Michiel!
    I was just wondering about that lens. What's wrong with it, corner colour cast again on that naughty A7r?

    It is just a simple dropshadow in Photoshop; copy the layer - select the first layer and make it a little bigger in canvas size - select the second layer and go to layers, layerstyle, dropshadow and make your desired shadow.
    Once you got it you can make an action of it and it will be a whistle of a cent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    The weather's lousy here, too!

    I took the opportunity to plagiarise Michiel: I've often wondered how to digitally frame images, and never quite got round to applying the leetle (*very* leetle in my case!) grey cells. It seems that Mogrify is my friend...

    This is with the CV 4/21, which doesn't work with the A7r.

    http://www.getdpi.com/gallery/files/...allaterson.jpg

    Now - if I can figure out how to do that nice 3d shadow effect......

    pace Michiel!
    Pretty darn nice for a lens which doesn't work ... !

    You can do drop shadows with the Lightroom Print or Slide Show modules. Dial 'em in, output as JPEG. Easy, fast ...

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    Between the Roads (A7R + Summilux-M 50 ASPH)
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    Dublin, again, with the A7 and 28-70 mm.











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    Greetings from the Super Bowl, my friends. I have been busy, mainly shooting the A7 with native and M glass...and coming away quite satisfied:













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    I used to live in Seattle but now in the san fran bay area.. so i don't like these

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Greetings from the Super Bowl, my friends. I have been busy, mainly shooting the A7 with native and M glass...and coming away quite satisfied:













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    Greetings from the Super Bowl, my friends. I have been busy, mainly shooting the A7 with native and M glass...and coming away quite satisfied:

    Ash: Awesome! Just like being there. Terrific shots. I especially like this one of Sherman laughing. In that media circus, probably no one noticed that the little thing in your hands was an actual camera.

    Thanks for the vicarious thrills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I was just wondering about that lens. What's wrong with it, corner colour cast again on that naughty A7r?
    Corner colour cast and smearing with both the 4/21 and the 4.5/15. I bought into the 'Lens Correction' app from Sony, and a very 'quick and dirty' correction has dramatically improved images from both lenses. There is some corner smearing and vignetting with the Biogon 2/35 and even with the Nokton 1.5/50 wide open, but I haven't tried the 'lens correction' app with these: in real-world use most images from these seem pretty good, though they wouldn't always please the pixel-peepers.

    It is just a simple dropshadow in Photoshop; copy the layer - select the first layer and make it a little bigger in canvas size - select the second layer and go to layers, layerstyle, dropshadow and make your desired shadow.
    Once you got it you can make an action of it and it will be a whistle of a cent.

    Michiel
    Thanks, Michiel. I don't have PS, but Godfrey has pointed me to a LR solution. I'll try it next time it rains....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Pretty darn nice for a lens which doesn't work ... !

    You can do drop shadows with the Lightroom Print or Slide Show modules. Dial 'em in, output as JPEG. Easy, fast ...

    G
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Greetings from the Super Bowl, my friends. I have been busy, mainly shooting the A7 with native and M glass...and coming away quite satisfied:





    Lovely stuff! These are outstanding!
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    HI There - I lent my A7 to a friend for a week, just got it back, absence makes the heart grow fonder! Here are a couple from last night with the kit lens:


    Waiting for the train


    Past the Glass

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    Ashwin, sweet stuff. A great photographer with unparalleled access to his subjects is a combination that cannot be beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post



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    Ashwin...fabulous shots and as usual! I'm saying this with a mix of admiration and envy .

    The shots of Sherman are especially good from a reportage point of view and I think there is something to be said for using a small unobtrusive camera like the A7 in such an environment. Most definitely looking forward to future postings of your Superbowl week experiences!

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    Just to add to the fun. Leica 19mm R lens

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    Guy, do you use the Leica hood for your Elmarit-R 19?

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    NO. The dang hood even with my retrofitting the hood for the D800e on the Sony A7r I still see the dang corners. So here is what i did , I just got this and it takes a 77mm filter but when I put the ND 77mm I got vignetting so i am ordering a new 85mm ND with step up for it. But Stephen sent me this link and i bought it, serves as a nice hood for one and i ordered a 80mm push on cap for it too. Really like this
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    This is from the A7r....



    Sony ICLE-7R






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    Guy, thanks very much for the info. I really like the Elmarit-R 19 but not the hood! I am also glad that you kept your copy (I was worried when you had it FS few weeks ago).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean View Post
    Guy, thanks very much for the info. I really like the Elmarit-R 19 but not hood! I am also glad that you kept your copy (I was worried when you had it FS few weeks ago).
    I was having a bad brain fart. LOL

    Actually i was thinking of a canon 17 TSE lens to replace it which is not a bad thought but it also took the small lens away with a big truck of a lens and also I realized its usage is limited. Something i could rent when i get a gig like that.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    A few A7/M lens combo. Color was a challenge here, due to the mixed lighting...











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    Trains in Texas....



    Sony ICLE-7R Zeiss ZF.2 25 F 2.0






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    Thanks, Godfrey. I'll give it a try next time it rains. That'll be soon, then!
    Correction ... Not the Print module, just the Slide Show module. Demonstration:


    Pentax *ist DS, FA 100-300mm
    ISO 800 @ f/11 @ 1/3200 s @ 255mm fl

    (Three more of these from my visit in 2005 just posted to flickr.com. Click the above to get there...)

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    That's gorgeous, Bob.
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