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    British Columbia. 70-400G/a99
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    The Thames Barrier Close-up


    A bit further along the Thames footpath


    And a view across the river


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    P, great shots.

    A few from this past weekend's swim meet. The guy in the foreground in the "starting shots" swam college in the US and for the Bahamas in the last Olympics. If you look closely you can see the Olympic rings tattooed on his arm.

    The last photo is of the first two finishers in one of the women's freestyle events.

    All shot with the a900 and 70-200/2.8G. I think I have pretty much reached the limits of this system because: I am now getting fussier about image quality and don't like to shoot above iso 640; the camera is a bear to carry around and gets heavy by the end of the day; the camera body to lens connection is becoming dodgy and doesn't work all of the time; or all of the above.

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    Great shooting Mikal, I can clearly see the olympic ring tattoos. Did this guy win the race?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    All shot with the a900 and 70-200/2.8G. I think I have pretty much reached the limits of this system because: I am now getting fussier about image quality and don't like to shoot above iso 640; the camera is a bear to carry around and gets heavy by the end of the day; the camera body to lens connection is becoming dodgy and doesn't work all of the time; or all of the above.
    I was on a trip to London a few weeks ago and shot this in Richmond Park:



    A900, ISO 1600, 1/160th handheld at 280 mm focal length, end of the day.
    No matter how much I would like to justify an A99 or A7S this shot tells me it's pure uncontrolled gear lust and not based on any objective needs.


    Here's a link to a whole gallery, mostly shot there with an A900, ISO between 640 and 2000, all handheld. Only a few with a NEX6 and a shorter lens for some wider views and when a very tame deer starting grazing just next to the path where we were walking. Most of them came out as good as I could have expected, and I don't think a different camera would have given me better pictures. Only a longer lens might have avoided cropping on some of the shots.
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    P, yes, he won the race. The guy next to him could've kept up with him had he been rested and wearing a "speed suit" like the Bahamian guy was. They swam only a 50 yard freestyle (you guys swim meters).

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    P, my a900 is breaking down. I run the main camera body from the extra grip / batteries because the controls on the main body really don't work anymore. It will cost me more to get it repaired than it is worth. I thought about the a77II as a second body but I don't know. Now that my other son is playing water polo the a900 will really have the crap beaten out of it. Yesterday in the late afternoon shadows I stopped shooting because it was impossible to get decent lowish iso shots of the swimmers. Finally, I have found that since the a900's tracking system is pretty useless, I just leave it on A and track the swimmers' breathing patterns. Works better for me.

    BY the way, I deliberately didn't show the faces of the young women swimming the freestyle because they are young, and I don't have permission to display the face of the young woman in the lead. I will ask her parents. She is a 12 yr old phenom, and will probably be on the Olympic team for a South American country in 2016.

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    Royal Victoria DLR station

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    Emirates cable car over the Victoria Docks and Thames

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    I really like the black and white's you have been posting lately Pegelli. That cable car one almost looks like an IR shot.
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    Thanks Slingers,

    The bold B&W conversion worked well, we had a lot of harsh sunshine and then getting good colours in sun and shadow is a real challenge. Here's one I processed in colour, I specifically kept it quite harsh and contrasty to complement the light we had there.


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    RX100 III. ISO 3200, f2.2, slight NR in ACR. Tulum, México. Did you say fun with Sony?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uaiomex View Post
    Did you say fun with Sony?
    Fun with Sony would probably not very high on my mind if I were there, but it's a fun shot. The colours a bit over the top for my taste, but in this case it fits the scene well.
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    Nova Scotia shore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Nova Scotia shore.


    Bill:

    Nice plane of focus. Makes for a very interesting image.

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    I got a small but pretty smart company to my Nikon 800e - Sony a6000 with SEL 16/2.8. Really like it so far for its weight, size and autofocus. It's really good pocket cam! Here's some pics from today:





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    @ AlexLF, nice shots, some people don't like the 16 mm but you again showed it's not the equipment that matters, but the person who uses it.

    Last week we spend a few days in Helsinki, and obviously the famous stairs of the Stockmann shopping center were on the menu

    There were actually two sets of stairs in the building, at opposite sides and one turning right and the other turning left. All of these images are "as taken", nothing mirrored or flipped.

    1: Looking up, left turning to go up


    2: Looking up, right turning to go up


    3: Looking down, right turning to go up


    4: Looking down, left turning to go up


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    Reflections on Helsinki.

    Students hard at work in the Music Center, while the outside reflects in the big glass building





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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    @ AlexLF, nice shots, some people don't like the 16 mm but you again showed it's not the equipment that matters, but the person who uses it.
    Thank you Sir!
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    Scots Flag And Anchor

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    Location, location, location!


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    Are you serious? Now what?



    Hmmm?


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    We were walking on a scottish shore when the pipes started playing. The sounds reflected on cliff rocks, in the streets, and the wind carried it back and forth as well. It was very hard to tell from where the sound exactly was coming. Eventually we found him, and to our surprise in a very different spot from where we had guessed him to be.

    Golden Spiral Bagpiper


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    Georg, nice series you put here over the last 3 days. I think adding the shadow in the last one works quite well, balances the picture. Colours and light in all of them are very attractive.

    Sibelius:

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    My intent was to show some of the mood of his music in this picture, comments on how well I achieved this are very welcome (especially if you don't like what I've done)
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    A-850 with ZA 135 F1.8 at 1.8



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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post

    Sibelius:

    NEX6 + E16-50PZ

    My intent was to show some of the mood of his music in this picture, comments on how well I achieved this are very welcome (especially if you don't like what I've done)
    Hmmmm I try to keep it short.

    To my eyes, you succeeded! Then again, I have a background as a trained classical musician, and I might see your picture more from the angle of Sibelius as a composer, and only to a lesser degree from the angle of depressive moods, which Sibelius certainly suffered from greatly, or from his winter -ish Six Symphony mood, both of which are easily to be found in your work here.

    My angle of view comes more from his compositional evolution, which needs to be explained perhaps. Lately from hit 3rd Symphony on, and albeit him being a classic in the sense of Beethoven and Brahms, he broke with the tradition.

    This is reflected in the organic flowing shapes to right and left of his head sculpture. To the left the smaller of the shapes appears to be broken, and as such this represents the classical, the Sonata form to me, the other shape to the right is the free flowing development of his motives. Perhaps the contradiction and his dilemma could have been more emphasized by choosing a somewhat lesser organic, more hard edged and symmetrical shape on his left, but that's just me.

    The tradition he broke with was the clearly structured Sonata form that looked like this:

    - Intro
    - Exposition (3 themes)
    - Development (3 episodes)
    - Recap (3 themes)
    - Coda

    In short, he broke with that tradition and developed motives in a different context and form which earned him a lot of slander and hatred, from the cultural mob of his time downright to Theodor Wiesengrund von Adorno who wrote in very strong terms about his work. In 2010 there was a good article on the Guardian about the conductor Sir Simon Rattle in that context which I liked a lot.

    Rattle rehabilitates Sibelius in Germany | Music | The Guardian

    Sibelius saw that in a piece where the ideas are organically being developed, the variation of the material itself is what drives the music from section to section.

    Superb idea Sir!

    Now, if you like, tell us a little bit about the making of...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    I think adding the shadow in the last one works quite well, balances the picture.
    Thanks. I think the balance comes equally from the golden spiral composition, his right eye sits just there, hence balances the view, the shadow of course is essential.

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    Infinity. (ZA 24-70)

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    Gull Lake, SK. (ZA 24-70 @50mm)

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    . . the windy sunset this evening was wild, the clouds moving at what seemed like a hundred miles an hour.
    I left the noise in

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    . . . and another


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    I don't have a Sony but I'm tempted to get one just to participate in all the Sony threads. There some really terrific images appearing here.
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    Tom, not a bad idea
    A couple of 100 $ for a second hand NEX and you're in business.
    But if you're anything like the others in here you know it won't stop there

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    The Hakaniemi Market Hall (Helsinki) in the blue hour


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    Handheld at 1/13th. I guess the OSS in this WA lens works quite well
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    Pegelli, I like the way you treated that Sibelius image. Cool Nordic mood. I am sorry that I like it Out of solidarity, I changed my avatar

    I found this one today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Pegelli, I like the way you treated that Sibelius image. Cool Nordic mood. I am sorry that I like it Out of solidarity, I changed my avatar
    Wow Michiel, I didn't know you were so young Glad you liked my Sibelius. It was cold and dark by the time we came at the monument, which helped with the mood in the picture and gave direction to the PP.

    Georg, thanks for explaining some of the symbolism of the monument, never knew that but it makes sense. I really like a lot of his music, and after living through a week in Helsinki of very short days (normal daylight from ~9 am to ~3 pm) I can understand it even better.

    For a slightly sunnier mood, some lily innards:





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    It's already started in Ft. Lauderdale...


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    Malina, mid November there were already lighted Christmas trees in Helsinki.
    Given how short the days there are I can understand they crave for some light though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Given how short the days there are I can understand they crave for some light though.
    Hi Pegelli. How long do they keep the decorations on after the Christmas in Finland?

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    @ Malina DZ, no idea how long they keep the lights up. This was my first time there and I also won't be going back anytime soon. I hope for them a long time .

    We went to a nearby show with birds of prey, the flight demonstrations were wonderful, but too fast for my skill level. So here's some static shots of the birds:

    1, Buzzard


    2, Falcon


    3, Vulture


    4, Barn Owl


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    NEX-7 + Commlite extension tubes + Tamron 18-200/3.5-6.3

    First attempt at focus stacking
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    Nice effort Slingers, sharpness indeed goes quite deep in the picture. Only the purple petals look not fully natural, almost posterised. Might be because the colour is out of gamut for sRGB or do you think it's caused by the stacking?


    We had two great mornings here with crisp/cold weather, and because I'm participating in Dyxum's 50's Prime Time I have to get out shooting every day.

    Here's two shots from the first two days

    A man and his dogs

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    Against the sun

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    They are two nice morning shots, pegelli. Yeah something odd happened with the focus stacking software as even the oof fence is suffering from posterisation. Maybe I had a setting wrong.
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    Great detail again Malina, and the metal "sheen" also comes through very well. Oof rendering is also nothing to complain about and adds to the image. 28 mm is not the most logical close-up lens, but you make it sing

    Here's one from the ceiling of the Frankfurt Airport terminal building. I liked how this structure allowed for some nice abstract studies:


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    Your feedback is greatly appreciated Pegelli! I can't stop staring at the mesh parts on that ceiling

    The 28/1.8 lens is an underdog that's been discontinued recently by Sigma, but I like its close-up optical performance. I'm going to compare it to Zeiss 28/2 ZE during upcoming holidays to make my final judgement on its drawing character and whether I should keep the lens...


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    Mecca city, May 2013.
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    A walk in the park (Geertebolwerk in Utrecht, Netherlands)


    Gothic shadows in the Dom (also Utrecht)


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    NEX-7 + Zeiss Planar 50/1.4

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    Central British Columbia.

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    Tchaikovsky's Nightmare

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