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    Two images taken with the A6300 and E 10-18/4 OSS on a walk near the Cayuga Inlet. The 10-18 is a nice light weight, stabilized wide angle zoom for APS-C cams.





    Another at 18mm in the empty market.



    and a supermarket pepper pano

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    Backlit Amaryllis shot with the A6300 and Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar / TechArt III CG-E AF adapter.

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    At a street fair last weekend...


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    Pileated Woodpecker - At our house these woodpeckers are collectively referred to as "Big Bird." Taken at dusk through a window.


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    A few shots taken with the A6300 and Contax N 70-200 using Fringer III AF adapter.

    Backyard doe sampling privet hedge.



    Canada goose family at Sapsucker Woods wetland.



    Bullfrog.



    Honeysuckle?

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    Mirror, mirror on the wall.......


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    I really like that last one Cooler, such a feeling of depth

    Tuscany around sunset


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    These are absolutely wonderful images!
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    From May 8 - 14 I participated in a photo workshop in Tuscany led by Hans Kruse (See details here).

    It was a very worthwhile experience. We had a great group of 11 photographers and Hans is an excellent workshop leader. He's a fine instructor on the technical side of things and regarding what and how to shoot he doesn't tell you what to do but he brings ideas and suggestions you have to put in practice yourself. On the one hand that's harder, but also more rewarding and avoids too much copy-cat behavior. Also what you learn that way is probably maintained and sustained a lot longer.

    I was the only Sony shooter in the group, the rest were all Canon and Nikon, but choice of equipment was never an issue and only marginally discussed. It was all about capturing the light and the beautiful landscapes.

    Here's some pictures to give you an impression, hope you like them (as much as I do )

    1: Sunset

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    2: Misty sunrise

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    3: Light rays over the hills

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    4: Evening light hitting the rolling hills

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    5: Morning light on Villa Belvedere and the valley behind

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    6: Sunset near San Quirico d'Orcia

    A6000 + OM Zuiko 85/2

    7: Morning light kissing the rolling hills

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    I visited a 1928 Renaissance style building that is home to the newspaper in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    These are absolutely wonderful images!
    Thanks Cindy, going on a workshop in a beautiful landscape together with 10 other great photographers and a wonderful workshop leader is very inspiring. I think I owe these pictures in a large part to that, on my own I would not have returned with anything even half as good.
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    Wonderful Pegelli...... I shall be going in September/October with the A7RII (I think!) Do you think a wide angle or a 90mm would get more use for this type of shooting. My Leica Elmarit 90mm weighs a ton.

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    Wonderful Pegelli...... I shall be going in September/October with the A7RII (I think!) Do you think a wide angle or a 90mm would get more use for this type of shooting. My Leica Elmarit 90mm weighs a ton.
    You're going to have a ball, but be ready to get up early and have late dinners to catch the nice light striking the landscape at a small angle at the edges of the day. My original strategy was to use a 24-105 and 80-200 on my Full Frame A850 and for the occasional Wide Angle use the 10-18 on my APS-C A6000. What I found was that frequently switching lenses between the 24-105 and 80-200 under windy conditions was not a good idea and resulted in too many sand and dust bunnies on the sensor. So I changed the second day to a 16-50 on my A6000, left the 24-105 in the hotel and only changed to the 10-18 when I really had a Wide Angle opportunity. My collection of processed pictures is slowly growing in this SmugMug collection. All the focal length I used are in the exif and can be seen in the gallery (just click the i icon). You'll see that in the end I used much more long focal length to pick out nice areas in the landscape then wider views taking it all in, so if I were you I'd take the 90 mm before an extra wide angle. But your shooting style might be different so look at my pictures and determine yourself if you would shoot in a similar fashion or totally different.

    And last but not least, show us what you got when you get back. I'm sure I'll be enjoying it a lot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    You're going to have a ball, but be ready to get up early and have late dinners to catch the nice light striking the landscape at a small angle at the edges of the day. My original strategy was to use a 24-105 and 80-200 on my Full Frame A850 and for the occasional Wide Angle use the 10-18 on my APS-C A6000. What I found was that frequently switching lenses between the 24-105 and 80-200 under windy conditions was not a good idea and resulted in too many sand and dust bunnies on the sensor. So I changed the second day to a 16-50 on my A6000, left the 24-105 in the hotel and only changed to the 10-18 when I really had a Wide Angle opportunity. My collection of processed pictures is slowly growing in this SmugMug collection. All the focal length I used are in the exif and can be seen in the gallery (just click the i icon). You'll see that in the end I used much more long focal length to pick out nice areas in the landscape then wider views taking it all in, so if I were you I'd take the 90 mm before an extra wide angle. But your shooting style might be different so look at my pictures and determine yourself if you would shoot in a similar fashion or totally different.

    And last but not least, show us what you got when you get back. I'm sure I'll be enjoying it a lot!
    Thank you, I'll take a look at your SmugMug tomorrow and try and decide. Last time I took the 90mm to Lisbon I only used it once but at the same time we were in the city and not the great outdoors !

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    My wife and I went for my annual birthday lunch at the Thirsty Owl bistro on Cayuga Lake. They make a very nice Pinot Gris and have a great view from the bistro deck. Epson A6300 with the E10-18.

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    A painted acrobatic sculpture in Knokke (Belgium)


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    Rough day for kite surfing. A6300 + Contax G 35mm Planar with TechArt III AF adapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    How can I see all of the postings and all of the photos that I have posted on this site? I searched for my name and saw a series of postings and photos, but it wasn't all of them. Someone wants to see pics of her son who was the goalie in several of the shots, but I cannot seem to access all of the photos. I would go to the Flickr page where they are hosted but the system wiped out one account that the photos were contained in, I think. At the very least I am having issues accessing the site where the photos are hosted, so I can at least show her the photos on this site.

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    Busker at the town gate of Hum (Croatia)


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    More "Something to never forget" then "Fun with"

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    Am really happy with the performance of the A6300. The AF tracking is really outstanding and keeps up with the hummingbird's style of drink/hover/drink. If you carefully acquire focus lock when they are at the feeder then the A63 tracks them pretty well until they fly away again. This also aids in getting the bird but without the feeder in the frame. No high-speed drive modes this close as it often seems to drive them off...


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    Yesterday I went out shooting ...

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    Zarečki krov, a waterfall in Croatia


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    Lalinde (Dordogne) during some morning grey hours


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    A floating blown up stainless steel cube, art in the pond of the Mathematics college at the University of Twente (Netherlands)




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    A few shots taken with the A6300 + Contax N 24-85 (Fringer III AF adapter) on a stroll through the Cornell arboretum.











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    A few shots taken with the A6300 + Contax N 24-85 (Fringer III AF adapter) on a stroll through the Cornell arboretum.
    Hi Carl, how are you liking the Fringer MkIII AF adapter...any problems on the A6300 + A7RII with Contax N 24-85mm ?......TIA Cheers Barry
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    Hi Carl, how are you liking the Fringer MkIII AF adapter...any problems on the A6300 + A7RII with Contax N 24-85mm ?......TIA Cheers Barry
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    Hi Barry,

    Adapter is very stable and provides extremely fast and accurate PD autofocus using both the CN 24-85 and 70-200. This is on the A6300. Performance is not that great on my A7r which has no phase detect capability. I sold my A7RII when I purchased the Pentax 645z so I can't comment on adapter performance with that model, but I would assume it should be at least as good as the A6300.

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    Hi Barry,

    Adapter is very stable and provides extremely fast and accurate PD autofocus using both the CN 24-85 and 70-200. This is on the A6300. Performance is not that great on my A7r which has no phase detect capability. I sold my A7RII when I purchased the Pentax 645z so I can't comment on adapter performance with that model, but I would assume it should be at least as good as the A6300.

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    I knew that you had a MF adapter for the Contax N 24-85mm first but very few have had a Fringer adapter...so thx for the feedback most appreciated...Cheers Barry
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    Two powerplants on the "Maasvlakte", the artificial extra land created just south of the Rotterdam harbour


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    Sony A6000 + Zeiss 50mm f1.5 ZM @ 2.8



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    Rust & wood


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    Lady in Red


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    A guitarist in Utrecht (Netherlands)


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    Just returned from a little holiday to Bermuda - our third trip to what has become our favorite "go to" destination. More to come...

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    I've been housebound for a week or so, but today my partner took me out for a 'long' four-block walk to the nearest park. I saw one possible picture of light and shadow:

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    The Royal Palace in Laken (Brussels), as seen from the greenhouses/botanic garden


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    First-class minimalism

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    Drawing the Ponte Vecchio (Florence)


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    On the way to Albany, Pemberton, Western Australia
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    Re: Fun With Sony _____

    A6300 & 10-18mm: Showing my new favorite toy, the Boxster GTS.
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