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    Bob, it's the Minolta RS, which I've had since about 1994. Minimal PP on all pics, a touch of clarity & vibrance and some minor curve-pulling. The only one that needed real work was the one with the people, there was a bit of flare on the guy's left shoulder which easily succumbed to the exposure brush.

    Thanks for the nice comments.
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    Nice stuff, Dave!
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    Beautiful Dave. I will have to use my 20 more, which has been sleeping a long time in the bottom of the bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Anderson View Post
    One with the 500 f8 mirror, ISO 320, 1/160(extreme crop):

    Dave nice capture. I always found my moonshot blurry. I wonder if its the fault of my tripod. I mounted a850 on at Markins Q3 ballhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Anderson View Post
    Bob, it's the Minolta RS, which I've had since about 1994. Minimal PP on all pics, a touch of clarity & vibrance and some minor curve-pulling. The only one that needed real work was the one with the people, there was a bit of flare on the guy's left shoulder which easily succumbed to the exposure brush.

    Thanks for the nice comments.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tex View Post
    Mark, that is a fabulous shot - print and hang it.

    Is it a crop?
    Bob and Tex, thanks for your nice words
    Because of luggage weight, I always use Minolta 70-210/4 and found it very good for travelling.
    Those seagulls got very close so I did not crop
    I used faster UDMA cards this time and a850 is very capable of capturing the moments


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    Thanks for the nice comments, all.

    Mark, I used a Uniphot Tiltall tripod. Also MLU with about a 3-sec. wait between lifting the mirror and firing the shutter. Most importantly, with the moon you have to decide that you know better than what the camera meter is telling you. Most of what the meter sees is night sky but the subject is in daylight. This shot is exposed at about a stop less than what the "Sunny 16" rule would imply. Rules of thumb for lunar shots vary depending on who you are talking to but generally you want a pretty high shutter speed.

    Also, I love that first cat pic... Purrr-fect!
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    A Big Sky here today



    Sony 16mm FishEye
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    The Knave, Dunfermline Abbey.



    The Sony 16mm/2.8 again, A900, a blend of 3 exposures.
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    Wow, that Dave Anderson guy sure posts some nice pics!

    Great stuff, David. I had my 16 along over the weekend but was late to the mountain and didn't get around to using it. Your shots above are inspiring me to make a point of using it!
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    Thanks Dave! Yes, I like the fisheye a lot, it seems very sharp and flare resistant, hardly any spots on that shot into the sun.

    I am hoping for some decent Aurora one day.
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    An HDR attempt on one of the four panos I shot. Still some kinks in the process but I think I'm getting somewhere. I also spent quite a bit of time with the first pic in post #399 but never managed a better result than the nominal exposure -- more shadow/highlight detail but less "pop".

    ISO 250, (f/8 1/30) (f/8 1/125) (f/8 1/500)
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    Melissa and my A900, Minolta 1,4/85

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Anderson View Post
    An HDR attempt on one of the four panos I shot. Still some kinks in the process but I think I'm getting somewhere. I also spent quite a bit of time with the first pic in post #399 but never managed a better result than the nominal exposure -- more shadow/highlight detail but less "pop".

    ISO 250, (f/8 1/30) (f/8 1/125) (f/8 1/500)
    Nice Dave. It has that "Middle Earth" look from Lord of the Ring

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    Very nice! I love the skin tones. What raw converter did you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by Schmiddi View Post
    Melissa and my A900, Minolta 1,4/85
    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
    Very nice! I love the skin tones. What raw converter did you use?
    Many thanks! It's ARC5.6 (and 2 layers, one b/w with luminance taken only - and some other layers ).

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    Dave, use the erase and get rid of that power line.

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    I know, I know, JT... it's bugging me too. Same goes for the black and yellow-taped pipes and stake.

    Two reasons I haven't bothered with it:

    1) I'm not happy with the more general PP/tones/etc. yet and haven't quite given up on getting a good HDR render. One problem I'm having with both Photomatix and HDRPS is that the preset that I create from the settings used on the sun part of the image somehow freaks out and lightens all image tomes in the frames with the structure in it. Here's a quick example, you can see where I did a very quick and very dirty edit in the pic above to cover the problem up.


    2) I'm a lazy b*st*rd and I figure that by the time I get the HDR worked out I'll be able to use this image as a testing ground for content-aware fill.

    BTW, in case you haven't seen it there is a newer video demo of that here.
    Last edited by Dave_Anderson; 22nd April 2010 at 23:00.
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    Thanks Dave,

    That video demo was a super way to start out my day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark K View Post
    I was shooting with my 25 year old Minolta 70-210/4
    Light weight and acceptable quality with a lot of fun

    WOW, Love it.
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    OUCH !! looks dangerous , I didn't try ..



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    Pollen collecting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmiddi View Post
    Melissa and my A900, Minolta 1,4/85
    That's what I like about the A900. Natural colours and beautiful skin tones. Nice lens BTW. Minolta lenses are no slouches and still stand up well in the digital era, but best of all Melissa looks gorgeous! You couldn't really fail!
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    I love how the Sony reproduces the greens.



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    Shot a nice couple of images last fall...

    Here's two stitches, one from three frames (Sony 70-300), and the other from 11 (yes, eleven)...
    a900, a7r, FE 16-35, FE 70-200 Leica R lenses: 35 f/2, 50 f/2, 60 macro, Minolta 24mm, 35-70 f/4, Sony G 70-300

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    Wow, great shots Mim. I did some pano work & stitching over the weekend myself. This was shot on-campus at my day job. Unfortunately, they don't fly the flags on weekends, so I shot in the empty parking lot on Saturday, shot the flags on Monday, and put the two together last night.

    13 X (1/320, f/11, 20mm @ISO 250)



    Gigapan version here(~540MP).



    Gigapan version here(~150MP).
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    Dave Waaaaaay cool.

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    A little relief.

    About a month ago I had a complete closet collapse (thank you California Closets). I was completely asleep when it happened but the sound of the shade of my 24-70 (with the lens attached) hitting the deck woke me up. Arrrrrgh the lens barrel is definitely stiff to zoom. I had been dreading having to buy a new one. So, I blocked the whole incident out for a few weeks until this AM when I took the lens out for a shoot. Seems to focus fine and I took some test shots that seem sharp to the corners. Here are a couple of shots from this morning.








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    Looks to me like your lens is doing fine.

    Nice shots there. Thanks for the nice words, that pic has started something of a buzz at work.

    Here are some from play time this weekend.

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    1/320 f/8 ISO 320 Minolta 20mm 2.8



    1/15 f/8 ISO 320 Minolta 20mm 2.8



    1/40 f/8 ISO 320 Minolta 16mm 2.8




    1/320 f/8 ISO 320 Minolta 16mm 2.8



    1/60 f/8 ISO 320 Minolta 16mm 2.8




    1/10 f/8 ISO 320 Minolta 16mm 2.8



    1/1000 f/8 ISO 320 Minolta 16mm 2.8
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    1/1600 f/8 ISO 800 Minolta 28-135 f/4-4.5 @110mm -- this one is an example of one of the two things I'm having the hardest time getting used to with digital -- remembering to reset the ISO for conditions. I had upped it while shooting in the shade and forgot. Turned out OK, I guess. My other nemesis is remembering to switch SSS appropriately for on/off-tripod work.



    1/1000 f/4 ISO 320



    1/80 f/7.1 ISO 320



    1/800 f/4 Iso 320
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    Nisqually Reach Refuge, Riparian Forest.
    A900 ZA135

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    New Neighbors. A900 ZA135

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    Lots of great shots here - love the fox cubs and the ferns LoSenior - the Porsche shots make me miss my boxster even more

    Terry - the flowers are splendid

    altogether

    I've been brushing the dust off my A900 over the last few days. Lovely camera.

    all the best

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    Jono, Thanks for the comment on the pictures. A very special Thank You to you, Terry and others for the inspiration to move to a Sony camera and lenses.
    I've always enjoyed both of your pictures on the various forums and your knowledge and willingness to share.

    Best Regards, Jerry

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    Thanks Jono. What prompted you to move on from the Boxster?
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    I've been shooting a lot of MFDB stuff recently, but I still love my Sony. This was taken about an hour ago.

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    And another of this evening's sunset.

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    These are from the American LeMans series race at Laguna Seca May 22. Taken with the Minolta 80-200 f/2.8 APO or Minolta 500 f/8 reflex. Some were cropped heavily, e.g. the last one in this first post. Full FOV with this lens at this shooting position can be seen in the first pic in the second post.

    The whole shebang
    Picks

    I culled the obvious duds and bulk-processed the rest after setting up the captions. Over time I'll pick through and get rid of the OOF shots. It's worth noting that at this track most of the best places to shoot from just have a small window in the fence to shoot through, plus you're not allowed closer than about 10 feet from these openings, so combined with the crowding around these areas(including official photographers) these factors made it just about impossible to get good panning shots for motion blur. You can see an example in the second photo below; track photog blocking half the window with a crowd of people behind, on the other side of a low wall or fence. I tried to compromise by freezing the action with a bit of blur on the wheels -- with varying degrees of success. I hope you enjoy them.

    Click the pics for larger versions and EXIF details.


    First, here are the record-breakers:

    Car #16, Lola B09 86 Mazda(LMP), Dyson/Smith/Meyrick, 15th Overall(Mechanical, 220 Laps) 3rd in Class, Qualifying Time 1:12.338(New Qual. Lap Record), Best Race Lap 1:14.262(New Race Lap Record)




    Car #52, Oreca FLM09(LMPC), Mowlem/Papadopoulos/Lewis, 32nd Overall(Accident, 107 Laps) 5th in Class, Qualifying Time 1:17.800(New Qual. Lap Record), Best Race Lap 1:20.563




    Car #54, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup(GTC), Pappas/J.Bleekemolen/S.Bleekemol, 17th Overall(219 Laps) 1st in Class, Qualifying Time 1:26.934(New Qual. Lap Record), Best Race Lap 1:27.279(New Race Lap Record)




    Car #55, Oreca FLM09(LMPC), Tucker/Bouchut/Wilkins, 3rd Overall(229 Laps) 1st in Class, Qualifying Time 1:18.212, Best Race Lap 1:19.343(New Race Lap Record)




    Now the class winners:


    Car #1, HPD ARX-01c(LMP), Brabham/Pagenaud/Franchitti, 1st Overall(237 Laps), 1st in Class, Qualifying Time 1:13.09, Best Race Lap 1:14.441




    Car #55, Oreca FLM09(LMPC), Tucker/Bouchut/Wilkins, 3rd Overall(229 Laps) 1st in Class, Qualifying Time 1:18.212, Best Race Lap 1:19.343(New Race Lap Record)




    Car #54, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup(GTC), Pappas/J.Bleekemolen/S.Bleekemol, 17th Overall(219 Laps) 1st in Class, Qualifying Time 1:26.934(New Qual. Lap Record), Best Race Lap 1:27.279(New Race Lap Record)




    Car #45, Porsche 911 RSR(GT2), Bergmeister/Long, 5th Overall(227 Laps) 1st in Class, Qualifying Time 1:23.484, Best Race Lap 1:23.959




    And some other photos from the day(Click picture for larger version and stats:


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    Great pictures you all post here.


    Shot with the Sony A900 at 1600 iso only auto white balance in the Gimp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhlvos View Post
    Great pictures you all post here.


    Shot with the Sony A900 at 1600 iso only auto white balance in the Gimp.
    That's a stunner. Great first post. Welcome to the forum... let's see more!

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    Handheld @900 70-400 maxed out on the high face of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley

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    I feel like I killed the longest lasting thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davemj98 View Post
    I feel like I killed the longest lasting thread!
    No, just waxes and wanes in terms of visits. Not nearly as much traffic here as on the Nikon, Canon or Leica threads. That is a great shot, btw. Gives me vertigo just looking at it.

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    Great shot! Looks like 6 crazy people up there?

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    Skyscapes w/ A900 and 70-400 G




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    First post using Aperture 3, A900 ZA135.
    Just another Iris.
    Regards, Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by davemj98 View Post
    I feel like I killed the longest lasting thread!
    Thanks for posting that, quite amazing place to be!



    For those that don't recognise this, it a loch in Scotland that bears an uncanny resemblance to the map of Scotland.

    A900 16mm fisheye
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    A700 and my new/used 70/210
    Sorry for the copyright, turned off but still there. sorry

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    Tight crop from a wall w/ A900 and 70-400 G



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