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    Likewise thanks Georg.

    BTW. The sheep in this part of Cornwall do like to spend more time on their backs than on all 4's.
    My (vegetarian) wife can't stand to see it, so we spend less time taking photos and more time trying to find out which field belongs to which farmer so they can be righted...Farmers seem to take a dim view if strangers do it for them...Cheers Barry
    I can understand vegetarian concerns and motivations Barry. My partner (Veterinarian) quit her job and studied again. She was not willing to play the drug dealer for meat mass producers. Now she teaches Biology and Mathematics in high school.
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    I can understand vegetarian concerns and motivations Barry. My partner (Veterinarian) quit her job and studied again. She was not willing to play the drug dealer for meat mass producers. Now she teaches Biology and Mathematics in high school.
    Georg...You have a very admirable lady there.

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    Georg...You have a very admirable lady there.
    Yeah! She is one of a kind in deed. She trained thoroughbred race horses for 25 years and rescued two of them who were of the world's highest pedigree (one mare coming from "Monsun") that the former owner wanted to have slaughtered because she did not bring him the money he was expecting. Well, he did let her run a race when she was having "Druse" a bacteriological infection of the lung and she came in last and it nearly killed her.

    So she bought her when she was already half dead, gave her the space and TLC to recover, and within a year she won races again. Now she is retired and has a good life!

    I often ask myself what the Heck I would have done good to deserve her.
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    Yeah! She is one of a kind in deed. She trained thoroughbred race horses for 25 years and rescued two of them who were of the world's highest pedigree (one mare coming from "Monsun") that the former owner wanted to have slaughtered because she did not bring him the money he was expecting. Well, he did let her run a race when she was having "Druse" a bacteriological infection of the lung and she came in last and it nearly killed her.

    So she bought her when she was already half dead, gave her the space and TLC to recover, and within a year she won races again. Now she is retired and has a good life!

    I often ask myself what the Heck I would have done good to deserve her.
    Georg...Admirable and remarkable (I have one like that also - I know I don't deserve my little lady but God works in mysterious ways)...Cheers Barry

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    Stern warning in a Philly train station, NEX6 + E16-50 PZ
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    From another overnight in the Mt Baker are this week. All with Nex 6 and the 18-55 Kit lens except for the 6th which was with the 135/3.5 OM lens














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    Here are some shots from a photography lesson i had today.

    NEX 7 and Zeiss Sonnar FE 35/2.8:









    NEX 7 and Zeiss Sonnar FE 55/1.8:





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    "Seascape"

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    "Seascape II"

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    Inspired by Michiel Schierbeek I did some windowshopping in Knokke yesterday (Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery )

    Perspective


    For the apple of my eye


    Who's afraid of Red Yellow and Blue


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    "Bird feeder"

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    "Good Horsemanship"

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    A77 + SAL70400G both mark 1
    Keep It Simple.
    XQ2 / A7r / 15mm / 25mm / 28-35-50mm
    EOS M3 / 18-35mm
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    Great Balloon UHDR, I like how you've placed it perfectly against the backdrop of clouds.

    Last sunday was the 250th day of 2014, so a good reason to shoot some at the long end of my Sony 18-250. I think this is a quite capable superzoom. For this occasion it was mounted on my old and trusty KM5D from 2006 (my first digital DSLR). Even though it's only 6MP and AF is slugish and not the most accurate it still produces nicely rendered images.

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    70-400 G, ISO 1000 @f/8

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    You're building up a beautiful series of horseriding pictures Georg. I like the first and the last you posted the best, but they all have quality.

    Some from a beach walk in Knokke (near the edge with the Zeebrugge harbour) with the NEX6 and a Leica Summicron M 50/2 DR

    1: Lonely Poles


    2: Poles and lines


    3: Quicksand warning


    Great if you "like" them, comments and improvement suggestions are even more welcome
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    I like the first and the last you posted the best, but they all have quality.
    Me too!

    I am trying to get my head around b&w processing which is a book of seven seals for me right now. Working from my laptop doesn't help either I guess. Unscientificly and without real knowledge in b&w I process to taste.

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    You're building up a beautiful series of horseriding pictures Georg. I like the first and the last you posted the best, but they all have quality.

    Some from a beach walk in Knokke (near the edge with the Zeebrugge harbour) with the NEX6 and a Leica Summicron M 50/2 DR

    1: Lonely Poles
    I used to be every day on the beach for 8 years, sob... I miss the beach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    I used to be every day on the beach for 8 years, sob... I miss the beach.
    We live "inland" but rent an appartment in Knokke that we use far too little. Now that I'm retired and have more time I hope we'll spend much more time there. The beach and sea are just too relaxing to ignore.

    You'll also find structures like these there

    1: Knots and balls


    2: Ball on a line


    3: Ball on a line II


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    Great Balloon UHDR, I like how you've placed it perfectly against the backdrop of clouds.
    thank you for your kind words I have a set of extension tube coming, so may be i can shoot some close up with the 70-400mm too.
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    Looks great in colour Georg, I think better than in B&W. Gives it a more joyous atmosphere.

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    Hi Barry,

    Would you like to share the making of fireworks abstract? At a first glance I was tempted to think that this might be a curtain blowing in the wind of an open window and a photoshop styliser or something the likes was used afterwards, but on a second glance, I don't think so.

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    "Goofing with NIK, Detail Extractor, Tonal Contrast, Pro Contrast"

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    "Horsevision"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    Hi Barry,

    Would you like to share the making of fireworks abstract? At a first glance I was tempted to think that this might be a curtain blowing in the wind of an open window and a photoshop styliser or something the likes was used afterwards, but on a second glance, I don't think so.

    Hi Georg, no problem - I think!!!...I made the original image a while ago in Nov 2012, so I cannot remember the exact settings/colours etc... All I did was mogrify2/frame that old image yesterday.

    I have just tried very roughly replicating that idea in principle (in CS) as best I can in stages...It should give you at least some insight how it was achieved...Although the finished image looks somewhat different.


    STAGE 1 (ORIGNINAL FIREWORK) 10 second exposure on a tripod with a 85mm lens.




    STAGE 2...Channel mixer -200% Green > Invert > Save Tiff




    STAGE 3...Repeat as Stage 2 but making another image from the original firework image but choosing a different colour + 200% Blue > Invert > Save Tiff




    STAGE 4....Rotate Stage 3 by 180 deg and paste on a new layer on top of stage stage 2 > Fade opacity 50% > Flatten layers > Auto contrast.




    STAGE 5...Duplicate layer with a background copy...This time I chose frosted glass (20 distort / 2 Smoothness)...I think I used Paint Daubs in the image posted yesterday > Fade opacity 20%




    STAGE 6....(Hue/Saturation) Saturation +70 to punch up the colours again.



    Voila...Hope that helps...Cheers Barry
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    Fascinating, I would not have thought this to be a real firework to begin with. Thanks for sharing Barry.

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    "Can we go now... can we go now?..."



    "Swuuuuuush..."

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    Excellent Georg...Eadweard Muybridge comes to mind - A study in motion
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    Yep, that was on my mind here. It was only the second time I had her, the horse that is get used to me standing there while she passes by at speed. She is 13 now, and we did not let her go full speed, around 50%-60% at the most, a solid training gallop so to speak.

    I would love to do that with the 77MKII and the 70-400G II. With my oldish a900 and 5 frames per second, and by looking at the series of bursts, I would think she makes around 2 - 2,5 gallop strides per second. I very much enjoy this, it is fascinating when she passes by you at such speed, and next time I try the 135 instead, now that I trust her not running me over.




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    Yep, that was on my mind here. It was only the second time I had her, the horse that is get used to me standing there while she passes by at speed. She is 13 now, and we did not let her go full speed, around 50%-60% at the most, a solid training gallop so to speak.

    I would love to do that with the 77MKII and the 70-400G II. With my oldish a900 and 5 frames per second, and by looking at the series of bursts, I would think she makes around 2 - 2,5 gallop strides per second. I very much enjoy this, it is fascinating when she passes by you at such speed, and next time I try the 135 instead, now that I trust her not running me over.
    More excellent shots Georg, my wife loves that horse, shes a pretty mare.
    George Stubbs early paintings never managed to capture the legs quite right of his racehorses, none the less I still love those paintings.
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    Thanks Barry.

    Yes, "Kitza" is somewhat a very unique thoroughbred with a sweet disposition. You can saddle her after 8 month of no riding and there won't be any problem, which can't be said for most thoroughbreds that went to the races. Most of them are "not right in the head" anymore, and who could blame them? Racing is about money and vanity, horses do not matter too much there, hence they start training them at the age of one year, which is utterly crazy, and more than often psychologically severely crippled horses come out as a result, damaged for life!

    They would not know anymore how to behave in a herd for example, let alone being safe and responsive enough to ride outdoors in unknown territories.

    I look forward to make pictures with my 135 if weather allows.
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    Tried a bit of macro today.

    A heteroptera sitting in the sun on our clean laundry in the garden


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    Sony NEX 7 + Zeiss Sonnar FE 35/2.8


    I was playing around with my maxstone that allows me to control the camera from my iphone. It works a lot better than a remote. With a remote i find it has to be pointed directly at the ir receiver but with this i get same functionality as newer cameras.
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    As long as water polo practice will be from 7-9 in the evening, I might have to get one of those slick low light monsters, the a7s. I don't need to track the water polo ball but I need something a bit better in low light.

    Ancient Sony a900 with the ZA 135/1.8 at 3200. This lens on a better body, and an M6 and 50/1.4 'lux are what I will take with me to the afterlife. Minimally post processed.

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    Taken in the town Sarlat-la-Canéda, Dordogne (S.W. France).
    The hopeful shop keeper across the street (seen in the mirror reflection) was keeping a beedy eye on this potential buyer...Whilst I was trying to frame them both together...Cheers Barry



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    Yesterday when looking into the skimmer of our pool I saw a small scared lizard desparately hanging on to a felt bag that we use to add flocking agent to the water


    I felt for the little creature and lifted the whole thing out and put it on the deck, very careful not to tip him (or her) into the water


    After a few minutes it began to trust the guy with the big bazooka and started moving slowly off the bag


    And after that it quickly ran over the deck to the safety of the bushes in the garden


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    Shot yesterday in Cocoa Beach, FL, my old stomping grounds. I went to the beach to soak in a bit of beach air when I saw kites. I ran back to the car to get my trusty and loyal, but increasingly temperamental Sony a900. Initially I took some shots with the ZA 135/1.8 but then switched to the Sony 70-200/2.8G to give myself a bit more range. Would've slapped on the 1.4x extender but the lens does not focus with the extender. I am posting one shot now but will post more later. The close ups are being "worked on."

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    Nice shot Mikal, only the sea is draining empty to the right

    Reminded me of some shots I took 3 years ago at the beach in Knokke (NEX5 + Olympus OM 135/3.5)



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    Views from an overnight on Hannigan Mtn (Mt Baker area) 1st 2 with Nex 6 & 18-55 kit lens




    Last 2 with Nex6 & 90 Elmarit-M (v2)


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    Pegelli - I know what you mean about the sea disappearing. The sky was darkest on that side of the beach because of the approaching storm but I liked the contrast of the kite against the sky. I will post close ups later.

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    A few more of the same kite surfer. Taking the photos is great, post processing is less great. Some of the photos are heavily cropped. Shots are pretty much out of the box with a little green saturation added to the water because it was mud brown, and bit of orange desaturation on the skin. I really enjoyed taking these spur of the moment shots, even though they aren't "Pulitzer" quality. Hope you gents, and ladies, enjoy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Pegelli - I know what you mean about the sea disappearing. The sky was darkest on that side of the beach because of the approaching storm but I liked the contrast of the kite against the sky. I will post close ups later.
    Mikal, what I really meant is that the horizon was not straight and leaning down to the right. I know it's a nit and on another site I'm being called a member of the horizon police.

    Great close-ups, especially like the action and the expressions on their faces.

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    P, I see what you mean about the horizon.

    Thanks for the compliments about the close ups. The close ups are actually cropped because I didn't have the reach with me lens / body combo, and if I did have the reach, I am not sure that I have the skill to be as precise as I was in the crops.

    Maybe I will submit these to a magazine if I can get the appropriate releases. Any thoughts?

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