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    With 135za..
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    Autumn leaves


    NEx 5n Pen f 40mm f1.4


    NEx 5n Pen f 40mm f1.4


    NEx 5n Pen f 40mm f1.4

    Art gallery closed

    Nex 5n Samyang at f8

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    I am having fun with my sony and minolta 85/1.4 but they really aren't good pics so I won't post them.

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    MikalWGrass, should create a new thread "fun with 85mm 1.4 on Sony".

    I have a nikkor 85 f1.4 I frequently use on my 5n. The bokeh is simply amazing, and focus is superb at 1.4

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    Cloud system


    Nex 5n Samyang 8mm

    Its such a sharp lens!! makes use of every pixel on the 5n. This is not just sharp, its samyang sharp!

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Nex 5n with Sigma 30/2.8

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Miles to go!


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    A clever picture with an even cleverer title.
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    vivek, lovely snail shot, very close focus indeed. do you have a helicoid adapter for your 12mm cv?

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    A clever picture with an even cleverer title.
    The title is so familiar to me. If there is ever an autobiography..

    Thanks, Ben.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    vivek, lovely snail shot, very close focus indeed. do you have a helicoid adapter for your 12mm cv?
    Thanks, Mazor.

    Years ago, I did a 20 roll Provia project with a Bessa L, C-V15/4.5 with a 5 mm extension ring. Very limited range of focus. Magnification, focus distance and such are defined. What was required was to implement a set of previsualized components that would fit the frame (sounds clinical and boring but it is hardly that) and snap away.

    An old (digital) snap:


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Epson R-D1s, Tegea Kinoptik 9.8mm f/1.8, extension ring
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    It's a pity that it's so calm here (the Sony/NEX-related picture threads) lately. Maybe just too many different threads (Fun with the NEX cameras, the NEX-5, the NEX-7, plus fun with the NEX and different lenses, Fun with Sony, plus "Street" etc. etc.) - though first and foremost, what counts, are the pictures, aren't they?


    Anyway, here are two, shot with the Sony NEX-5N, the 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 and for me they're "street" (photography of everyday-life in the public sphere); difficult lighting conditions as well ... :


    "City Lights #2"



    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 18mm, f/6.3 ISO 3200





    "Remember?"



    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 18mm, f/6.3 ISO 3200


    Hope you like them and thanks for your interest.
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    wow, those retro dome lights with exposed concrete look wonderfull Hermann. glad the lady in the train did not notice u snapping her hehe
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    Hermann: Terrific! Nice dynamics and lines in both.

    I think we all have too many cameras! We should agree to get rid of all of them , except one. I'm sure we can agree on which one to keep. I, myself sold two cameras, today; unfortunately, I bought two more.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Here's one from the other day, and two from the end of last year.

    Nex7; 50mm f/1.8; 1/250s @ f/1.8; -1/3 EV; ISO 3200


    Nex7; 85mm f/1.4 ZA; 1/1000s @ f/2; ISO 100


    Nex7; 85mm f/1.4; 1/200s @ f/2.8; ISO 100


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    out and about with my nex 5n. unopened fruit approx 20mm


    nex 5n CV 15 with helicoid
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Barcelona. Nex 5n with Sigma 30/2.8

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    A few images from a trip to Patagonia (Chile & Argentina) earlier this year - all with Nex-5N and 18-55









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    Quote Originally Posted by Shac View Post
    A few images from a trip to Patagonia (Chile & Argentina) earlier this year - all with Nex-5N and 18-55
    Gorgeous images. What a wonderful area to visit.
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    Some shots taken at the local farmers market today with the NEX7 and Sigma 30.

    Hot Pink



    All kinds of yummy food





    You can eat with the crowd on the dock

    or find some solitude along the inlet


    Dogs aren't allowed inside


    The RR guys were checking the tracks

    Pass

    Fail
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    Shac, nice landscapes, shows the 18-55 makes for an excellent travel lens

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Scho, Mazor - thanks - yes it's pretty good for travelling but I wish I;d had the 18-200 especially for wildlife and birds.

    Scho - looks from your images the market was a great success photographically and food-wise

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    A couple of images from the local dunes. One with NEX-7/Zeiss 24/1.8 the other NEX-C3/C-V 15/4.5.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Another one from the same area.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    NEX-7, Sony Zeiss 24/1.8
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    Vivek,

    Beautiful dunes images with both cameras/lenses.
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    Thank you, Carl!

    Next time, I would pack my filters with me. This capture is, hmm... way too much recovery, etc in the post.


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    mazor, Matt: Thanks a lot for the feedback and the encouragement, much appreciated!

    Matt: Particularly like the street portrait. And BTW: For my purposes the NEX first and foremost supports me to get closer to streetlife - poor man's (or dare I say sort of technically up to date) Leica substitute . Though, maybe in Mid-September my resistance once more will be put to an acid test ...

    Keith: Nice capture of the shop window exemplifying typical "Barcelonian" design.

    Shac: Nice pictures of a beautiful country, particularly like # 4.

    Sho: Your pictures give an impression of the atmosphere at the local farmers' market, in particular #2 for me.

    Vivik: From your dune series for my taste the second to last one works best, nicely reduced composition.




    Two more from the "street":



    "Passing By"



    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 33mm & f/7.1




    "Still Waiting"



    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 55mm & f/7.1


    Hope you like them and thank you for your interest.
    Best regards - Hermann
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Hermann, Thanks.

    [FWIW, it is Vivek]

    Kijkduin (Den Haag - The Dunes around The Hague) is a historic thing. One of these days, I will try to explore it and document it. This is hardly a series.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    NEX-7, Sony Zeiss 24/1.8

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    Hermann - thanks - the wind was blowing so hard the water was lifted off the surface. Despite this but just out of the frame was a small group of flamingos wading up to their bellies along the water's edge.
    Especially like your "Passing by"

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    lovely vivek,

    Think my helicoid adapter LM-NEX give about 5mm extension. I think the helicoid is superior as it doubles as a responsive macro focus ring. With a 5mm extension tube attached the focus will be very restricted using the original focus ring on the CV 15mm, whereas with the helicoid I just ignore the CV 15 mm focus ring and use the helicoid for focusing, and it feels as if I am using a standard macro lens.

    heres a pic of CV 15 helicoid open and closed


    Shot at 2012-05-13
    captured using 5n penf 40 f1.4

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thanks, Mazor.

    Years ago, I did a 20 roll Provia project with a Bessa L, C-V15/4.5 with a 5 mm extension ring. Very limited range of focus. Magnification, focus distance and such are defined. What was required was to implement a set of previsualized components that would fit the frame (sounds clinical and boring but it is hardly that) and snap away.

    An old (digital) snap:


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Epson R-D1s, Tegea Kinoptik 9.8mm f/1.8, extension ring
    Last edited by mazor; 13th May 2012 at 20:16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post

    Matt: Particularly like the street portrait. And BTW: For my purposes the NEX first and foremost supports me to get closer to streetlife - poor man's (or dare I say sort of technically up to date) Leica substitute . Though, maybe in Mid-September my resistance once more will be put to an acid test ...

    Two more from the "street":
    "Passing By"
    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 33mm & f/7.1

    "Still Waiting"
    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 55mm & f/7.1

    Hope you like them and thank you for your interest.
    Hermann: Thanks. I just discovered that 'shoot' from last year on my computer. Like finding a lost roll of film!

    We're already out of synch. I traded in my Nex 5N, yesterday, to get a Fuji XPro-1

    These are stunningly elegant photos! Geometry and color like Mondrian (if he did angles).

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Hermann, Thanks.

    [FWIW, it is Vivek]

    Kijkduin (Den Haag - The Dunes around The Hague) is a historic thing. One of these days, I will try to explore it and document it. This is hardly a series.

    Vivek: To start with, please excuse the typo! Of course I know, how to spell your name, especially considering, that you're no newbie here, by all means .

    Documenting "Kijkduin" is an interesting photographic project, for me particularly, if it's manageable to involve the relationship of contemporary people to nature (or cultural and historical etc. selections of topics) - like you tried in the last one.


    Quote Originally Posted by Shac View Post
    (...)
    Especially like your "Passing by"
    Shac: Thanks for the nice words and feedback!

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Hermann: Thanks. I just discovered that 'shoot' from last year on my computer. Like finding a lost roll of film!

    We're already out of synch. I traded in my Nex 5N, yesterday, to get a Fuji XPro-1

    These are stunningly elegant photos! Geometry and color like Mondrian (if he did angles).

    Cheers, Matt
    Matt: Congratulation on the new camera (and lenses). Especially considering, that we can expect more of your inspiring photography with each new gear! My acquisition manners inevitably are a bit more tempered, since I'm incapable of selling/trading in cameras and lenses, racing cycles, motorbikes etc. etc.

    And of course thanks for your encouragement (and the highly flattering comparison )!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    It's a pity that it's so calm here (the Sony/NEX-related picture threads) lately. Maybe just too many different threads (Fun with the NEX cameras, the NEX-5, the NEX-7, plus fun with the NEX and different lenses, Fun with Sony, plus "Street" etc. etc.) - though first and foremost, what counts, are the pictures, aren't they?


    Anyway, here are two, shot with the Sony NEX-5N, the 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 and for me they're "street" (photography of everyday-life in the public sphere); difficult lighting conditions as well ... :


    "City Lights #2"



    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 18mm, f/6.3 ISO 3200





    "Remember?"



    NEX-5N, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 18mm, f/6.3 ISO 3200


    Hope you like them and thanks for your interest.
    Hermann. These are simply beautiful.

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    Matt, Vivek..lovely work from you two. The variety of images from this cam is very enticing.

    Well done.

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    Hermann. These are simply beautiful.
    Rayyan: Thank you for lookin' out "over the fence" - it's always a great pleasure to meet friends in "foreign territories"! .

    And of course thanks a lot for the kind words and the encouragement, very much appreciated, particularly coming from you.

    All the best to you and yours!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Cheers, Rayyan, Hermann!


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
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    A couple of photos from Swim Miami 2012. The first photo is of a Russian Olympian (his father was an Olympic gold medalist in 1980) who won the event. I cropped the shot to get a shot of his eyes through the goggles. The second shot is of an amazing swimmer who was injured years ago in an electrical accident.

    Both shot with the a900 and Minolta 85/1.4.
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    Can someone please tell me how to get my pictures larger when I post them? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    A couple of photos from Swim Miami 2012. The first photo is of a Russian Olympian (his father was an Olympic gold medalist in 1980) who won the event. I cropped the shot to get a shot of his eyes through the goggles. The second shot is of an amazing swimmer who was injured years ago in an electrical accident.

    Both shot with the a900 and Minolta 85/1.4.


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    To honour the fact that yesterday was day 135, here's some shots with the Nex 5 + OM 135/3.5. Mostly around f 5.6. To get a bit closer focus I added a 21 mm OM extension ring to the combo









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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Can someone please tell me how to get my pictures larger when I post them? Thanks.
    The way to show them larger here is to put them on a host (flickr, smugmug, many more options, ...) and link to there from your post here.
    If you just upload the pictures on GetDPI they will always show small (like in your case)

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    Yesterday was day 135 (of 2012), so here's some shots with the CZ 135/1.8 to show off the qualities of this lens











    Don't think I'll be in the market for an STF soon, bokeh of this monster is nice enough for me.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Nice close ups Pegelli.

    Herman; Love the Yellow underground lamps.

    Here is one from Zeeland where they set out wild horses. @ 300mm

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    Can someone help me out here? If you look carefully there is a nasty squiggly line running from the top of the frame to the bottom, behind my daughter. I seem to only get this squiggly line on this lens (minolta 85/1.4) and the other minolta lens (24/2.8) that I use with the a900. The only time I notice the squiggly line is when I use these combos at the beach. I don't seem to get the line when I use the lens indoors (maybe because the lighting is different?), and it is making me crazy.

    I never ever change lenses at the beach so I know it isn't sand. Could the sensor be dirty? I will shoot other glass at the beach just to be sure it is the lenses only, but my thinking is that it might be something in the camera.

    Thank you for your help.
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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    I am not an expert, but it looks like a dirty sensor to me (a hair?).

    Sensor dirt is more visible at smaller apertures (the beach shot shows f18), so more likely to show up at the beach (bright light = smaller apertures) than indoors (low light = larger apertures).

    To check, take a picture of an evenly light scene, e.g. a white wall or the sky, with the lens at its smallest aperture. Try multiple lenses. If it is sensor dirt, they should all look the same.

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    Arjuna, thank you for your help. We have a long haired dog whose hair gets everywhere and then some. We were told he wouldn't shed (golden doodle) but you know how that goes.

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    https://www.flickr.com/photos/djordje72/
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    Quote Originally Posted by DjordjeJ View Post
    Hermann, "Still Waiting" and "City Lights #2" are great images.

    (...)
    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
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    Herman; Love the Yellow underground lamps.
    (...)

    Michiel
    Djordje, Michiel: Thank you very much for the kind words and the encouragement, gentlemen, really much appreciated!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    OK! Some fun with Nex-specific features and/or lenses!

    Sweep Panorama!

    Cairo seen from the Alabaster Mosque (16mm+fisheye)


    The Egyptian-Japanese Friendship bridge crossing the Suez Canal (16mm+fisheye)



    HDR Painting!

    Looking West to Egypt from the Suez Canal (55-210 at 55mm)


    Fisheye! (all w/ the SEL16F28 and fisheye adapter)

    My other half at the Temple of Karnak, Luxor, Egypt


    The Colosseum, Rome


    And finally, the most fun. . .

    Auto Mini!

    Dockyards at Dubai, from a ship


    Soldiers at a checkpoint, Suez canal


    And my favorite: cleaning the ubiquitous pontoon bridge parts, Suez canal
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