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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Hermann, This photo makes me wonder where they are? A photo that provokes thought is always good.
    Cindy: Thanks a lot for your kind comment, very much appreciated! They are actually in a passage in downtown Munich, Germany. But the picture should also symbolize, hence the title, the feeling of almost getting lost in some kind of nowadays urban surroundings .

    Cindy: Very nice picture of the boat, like the B&W conversion very much as well!

    Vivek: Great portrait! A bit unsure about the bokek though, certainly a matter of personal taste .

    Quentin: Very nice capture and lovely colours with the 18-200 Tamron indoors.

    Hosermage: Love your picture with the umbrellas, very nice reflections as well.

    Michiel: Picking up your inspiring suggestion - here is my contribution to the "window reflections" series:


    "Below Stairs - Upstairs"


    Sony NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 21 mm, f/8.0 & ISO 3200


    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    That's a beautiful image, Vivek

    Keith
    Wow, and very special background rendering

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
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    Michiel: Picking up your inspiring suggestion - here is my contribution to the "window reflections" series:

    "Below Stairs - Upstairs"

    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
    Nice one Hermann!

    @ Hosermage; Lovely colorfull flowers/Umbrella's!

    Michiel

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Went out with one of my recent purchases. Contax Zeiss 100/3.5
    Is this lens sharp or is this lens sharp?
    First one wide open (nice blur) and second one is a reflection of canalhouses etc.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    With temperatures falling to -10 Celsius, my wife's Friesian blood is starting to boil.
    Anticipating the cold weather, she had her grandmother's old fashioned ice skates sharpened.

    NEX 5n 24 mm @ f2.0 1/100 100 ISO


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    Michiel: Thanks for the kind feedback!

    Your Contax Zeiss seems to be a keeper for sure.

    perterv: Love those ice skates, really would be great to see them "in action" on Hollandse Grachten!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Two more from the Windowdressing serie.
    BTW Most of them are posted in the Ricoh thread under Other Cameras.

    Peter, soon we'll all be skating

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    Hot Tub, rural Canadian style.

    (Well, it does say "Fun with Sony"....)


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    First snow here.



    NEX-7, Sony E 30/3.5 Macro + a 0.7 Wide converter

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Michiel: For me the first one works best, nice reflections here.

    Vivek: Dutch snow, really worth a picture! And BTW funny lens combination, but seems to work really fine.



    One more contribution to the shop window series:


    "Golden Promises"


    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 18mm, f/8.0 & ISO 800


    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Nice one Hermann, glad you like the subject. There are so many possibilitys.

    @ Vivek, did your sun throw a snowball @ you

    A new one from last night.

    Michiel


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Nice selective focus, Michiel

    From our dining room with the Nex-7 and Tamron 18-200,1/25 sec ISO1600, 112mm, F6.3, some NR applied.

    Nice Shot Quentin . . . . . . . . and be careful
    we have had two of those tea light glass containers burst into flame . . . and by flame I mean REAL flame - gouts of flame which nearly burned down the sauna (we had the lights in the changing room).

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    On Dyxum we do "day primes". Today was day 35 (of 2012) so I went out with two bodies and two 35 mm lenses to get some shots. See here for those posts

    However it was also day 400 of 2011 , and since I have a 400 mm prime I went out with that one as well. It's a 50$ deal I picked up in a garage sale and it fits my Nex 5 (via the OM adapter).
    It's an Osawa 400/5.6 and for the price I can't fault it:

    Rosemary, snow and backlight


    Grass, snow and backlight


    I see you


    I see you too


    Gek, gek, gek, gek.......


    Enjoying the setting sun

    exif inside, all ~f8

    And if you're interested, this is how this weird combo looks, tripod and 2 sec self timer recommended (and used in all these shots)


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    This was taken a few days before the big freeze.



    NEX-7, Olympus pen F 38/2.8.

    Hermann, Not a bad combo. I will mount it (0.7X converter) on the 24/1.8 also when I get it (in a few days).

    Michiel. Yes. Not when I am holding a camera though!

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Great shots Uwe, (lot of details and texture - what lens?), Vivek, Pegelli, Michiel, Hermann. Pretty cold here right now, a lot of snow for the first time this winter in England
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    From the series, photographed through a streetcar at night.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Chilly!



    Shot with NEX-7, Tamron 18-200mm @ F/9, 1/60 sec, 26.4mm Auto ISO (ISO 125 reported)
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Nice Shot Quentin . . . . . . . . and be careful
    we have had two of those tea light glass containers burst into flame . . . and by flame I mean REAL flame - gouts of flame which nearly burned down the sauna (we had the lights in the changing room).
    What were you using, Jono, nitro?

    These are above our dining room table.
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    Our new winter guest accomodation



    Nex-7, Tamron 18-200mm, @ 39.3mm
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    Gate (and church)



    Yes, that NEX-7 / Tamron combo again...
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    Quite a little capable camera, the Nex 5n is. And, focus peaking works quite well. 1. Shot with VC 15/4.5 LTM, 2. Sony 16/2.8





    More on: Sony NEX 5n - a set on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quentin, your quests are really lucky to stay in such warm and beautiful ambiance

    Some winterfun in the Amsterdam Vondepark.

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    Isn't that Vondelpark, Michiel?

    (It always brings a smile when I hear that name because of my compulsion to translate everything to English )

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Ahh - here's a view from our living room window!

    NEX7 with the 18-200.
    Actually, it was -20 up there, and as I can't shoot with skiing gloves on I didn't get as many photos as I would have liked. The images from the NEX7 are fine, but in that bright, high altitude light, neither the EVF nor the LCD were really visible to any reasonable extent.
    Sorry if you've seen this in the NEX7 thread, this seems to be the place to be!

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    What were you using, Jono, nitro?

    These are above our dining room table.
    Honestly Quentin - we've had three go off now - no more chances - when the wax lights they go off like a flamethrower! One of them was 6" from a solid wooden wall, it burnt a 1/8" depression into the wood - seriously scary!

    Pretty they maybe, dangerous they are!

    Lovely shots - especially the house and the little blue shed (nice shed!).

    Uwe - excellent as usual - I like the orange lorry best
    Michiel - the park pictures are fine, but I like the streetcar at night better.
    pegelli - I' like the grass,snow and backlight - and especially I see you.
    Vivek - that' guy's mind is obviously as unfocused as he is himself! (he appears to be pushing the carriage itself)

    All the best

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    Great view Jono! Any oxygen up there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Great view Jono! Any oxygen up there?

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    HI Michiel
    Dunno about oxygen . . . plenty of adrenalin I can tell you! I'm neither brave , nor a good skier, but our friends kept luring me into black mogul fields

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    From the sublime to the ridiculous:

    Pellegrino with the 24 f1.8:


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    It was snowing here last night - and a young friend came to play:





    I went for a walk first thing - Caspar likes the snow, but wet english snow sticks to his feet:



    His lamb got left behind to shiver:



    all with the NEX7 and the cheapo 18-55 (it really is rather good)

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Ahh - here's a view from our living room window!

    NEX7 with the 18-200.
    Actually, it was -20 up there, and as I can't shoot with skiing gloves on I didn't get as many photos as I would have liked. The images from the NEX7 are fine, but in that bright, high altitude light, neither the EVF nor the LCD were really visible to any reasonable extent.
    Sorry if you've seen this in the NEX7 thread, this seems to be the place to be!
    Lovely composition, Jono! I wasn't sure about the fuzz at the bottom (from the windowpane) but am sure it adds to the composition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Lovely composition, Jono! I wasn't sure about the fuzz at the bottom (from the windowpane) but am sure it adds to the composition.
    Thank you Vivek

    The fuzz at the bottom is the mist filling the valley - no windowpanes up there! the bad bit was having to ski through it to get down to the bit below (brrrrr).

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    Also from this afternoon with the same lens.

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    Never mention the fuzz at the bottom of a man's valley

    but seriously, great view from your window Jono. I feel sorry for the frozen stuffed lamb...

    And Michiel you are devloping quite a major series of window shots - and Amsterdam looks as cold as East Anglia! Just need a few pieces of "cake" to warm you up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Gate (and church)



    Yes, that NEX-7 / Tamron combo again...
    These pictures are excellent. Very good B&W work (the snow helps with the white :-) )
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Hi Uwe, thanks for your generous comment! The NEX7 + Tamron 18-200 combo is great, and I'm rediscovering my love for B&W or near B&W (the latter reflected in my tulip shot on the fun with MF forum). What is also great is the modern printers like the Eposn 7900 do such a great job of printing monochrome without messing around with stuff like Piezography (which I used to use until all the inks started to fade...).

    Jono, your lamb shot made me laugh! I actually feel sorry for the thing. And as I mentioned earlier what a great altitude shot!

    So many other great shots from everyone I can't keep up or mention them all, but it does make it very enjoyable to visit this forum.

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    Saturday evening I got some strawberries out of the refrigerator, but they'd gotten a bit too cold, so while I was waiting for them to warm up a bit I shot one:



    A900, 100/2.8M @ f/8, 12 shot stack.

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    NEX-5N + Voigtlander Heliar 15 M + B&W ND1000

    Thanks for looking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoDaQue View Post
    NEX-5N + Voigtlander Heliar 15 M + B&W ND1000

    Thanks for looking!
    Very Nice Joćo - lovely shot and a good conversion - excellent!

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Michiel: Thanks for your kind words and feedback.

    More nice pictures of your shop window series. Particularly like the next to last one you posted, snapped from the street car.

    soelin: Like the composition and lines of your B&W picture. The people rushing upstairs add a somewhat mysterious atmosphere to the capture.

    Vivek: Interesting plans regarding the use of the WA converter with the Sony/Zeiss 24mm/1.8 as well. What converter (0.7x) are you using? (Since I own this lens but no converter and that maybe an option for me as well.)

    Uwe: Great pictures as usual. Particularly like the capture of the truck, the colors and the PP treatment in general.

    Quentin: Thanks for the kind words.

    In particular like the B&Ws you shared lately, great implementation of graphical impact in both of them, with a slight preference for the "Gate and Church" picture for my taste.

    Jono: Nice pictures of winterly impressions. My favourite is the view from your living room window . And you make me indecisive again whether to purchase the Sony SEL 18200 or to follow Quentin regarding his enthusiasm about the Tamron ...

    Joćo: Outstanding B&W landscape capture, just as remarkable as your Paris pictures. Also great that you resisted to wallow in colors here (for my taste at least).


    One more darkish seasonal capture


    "Cerberus at Idle Time"


    NEX-5N, 16mm/2.8 @ f/4.5 & ISO 800



    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post

    Vivek: Interesting plans regarding the use of the WA converter with the Sony/Zeiss 24mm/1.8 as well. What converter (0.7x) are you using? (Since I own this lens but no converter and that maybe an option for me as well.)
    Hermann, I will give more details on the combo plus how it fares on the 16/24 (just a few more days)/30mm lenses, once I have everything together.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by CoDaQue View Post


    NEX-5N + Voigtlander Heliar 15 M + B&W ND1000

    Thanks for looking!
    Like it! Very moody and atmospheric. Is the vignetting the lens or added in post?
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Nex-7 plus Zeiss 24mm:


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Nex-7 plus Zeiss 24mm:

    Nicely done Woody (as always)
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Same kit. My biggest issue at that the Nex-7's autofocus hunts badly in poor light.


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Same kit. My biggest issue at that the Nex-7's autofocus hunts badly in poor light.
    Yes . . it's not perfect is it - it does work better on spot mode . . . on the other hand, in really really good light (read snow at high altitude in sunlight) it's pretty impossible to see the EVF or the LCD.

    The old M9 does have it's advantages (even if the AF is a bit slow)

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    No snow in Ontario in February? (There is a little on the field in the background!) a77 DT 16-50 mm.



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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Penson, love your waxwing!

    Dave, your insect shots are marvellous!

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....



    Sony Nex-3 & Leica R 50/2 .

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