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    Da 71, no weird filters or editing but a straight raw conversion in aperture + some sharpening.

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    I love Golden Hour....200mm (f/[email protected]/1000, 320ISO)






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    Rich - beautiful photos, my favourite is the 2nd, I really like the composition, colour and lighting - well done. may i ask what lens you used?

    Benroy - The black and white conversion is beautiful, its one of the best B&W conversions I've seen so far taken with a K5 and as you say it does capture the mood very well, well done :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    Da 71, no weird filters or editing but a straight raw conversion in aperture + some sharpening.
    I've also begun converting straight from raw with the k5, with minimum editing and I don't touch the colours. I find them pretty much spot on as they are - you've just gotta love the RAW files and the amount of data captured in them, useful for when you end up needing to 'save' a photo (due to wrong exposure etc)

    I've got a few k5 + 31ltd photos to share later, though some of you may have seen them on my flickr already
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Roy - the knob hill shot is fine - that 21 does actually rather tempt me.

    Ricardo - love the street shot - as you say, the DR is splendid.

    Rich - both great, but it's the fern that presses my button - so clean and fine.

    Here are three shots from my newly loved 100 WR (having discovered how not to make it sound like a dentists drill).

    Red:


    Yellow


    and Blue



    Oh - and if I'm doing fruit I may as well do animals too.

    Here is the damned cat in the cutlery cupboard again


    (Iso 6400)

    And the dog trying to look serious and intelligent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    I love Golden Hour....200mm (f/[email protected]/1000, 320ISO)






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    Very nice Rich. You are fortunate to have such lush surroundings to work with. How do you like the 200 on the K5? Images certainly look good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Here are three shots from my newly loved 100 WR (having discovered how not to make it sound like a dentists drill).

    Oh - and if I'm doing fruit I may as well do animals too.

    Here is the damned cat in the cutlery cupboard again

    And the dog trying to look serious and intelligent

    all the best
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    Beautiful shots with the 100 WR. I'm almost tempted to sell my 35 macro and get the 100,
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    Jono,

    Beautiful shots with the 100 WR. I'm almost tempted to sell my 35 macro and get the 100,
    Nono - don't do that - the 35 has real advantages as well . . . just console yourself with buying a 200

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    It's getting hard to keep up with all the great photos.

    Rich - they are both great but the 2nd shot calls more to me. However the color in the fern is just fantastic.

    Jono - the cat at 6400 is just a nice representation of real life.
    You seem to be really liking the 100 once again.

    There are too many good lenses to buy.

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    Rich, those are some gorgeous colors.
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    Rich, lovely colors and light!

    Jono, that shot of the cat at ISO6400 is very impressive. hard to believe how much of the color/saturation is maintained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwon View Post
    Jono, that shot of the cat at ISO6400 is very impressive. hard to believe how much of the color/saturation is maintained.
    Thanks Mark and Jim
    Hard to believe what a pain it is to wash up all the cutlery again every time she does it!

    But you're right - 6400 on the K5 is not something to worry about.

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    Thanks Jono, Carl, Jim, Vince and Mark....

    First impressions on the 200/2.8.....I really love it. It's very sharp (although needed a +5 AF micro-adjustment). It is not THAT heavy. (It's about the same size as the Canon 200mm prime)
    Nice bokeh. It's whisper quiet.....especially compared to the screwdriver drives AND it's weather resistant. You wouldn't know it but was very windy when I took those shots, so once I got the shutter speed up, it acquired focus very quickly and accurately.

    I continue to be amazed by the picture quality of the K-5. Both of those shots are uncropped, largely unedited and unsharpened.....in fact the only PP done on the RAW files was to reduce the saturation in the shot of the Brownea macrophylla flower.

    When I first got the K-5, I thought it would replace my 7D (it did.....now sold). Now I am thinking it will also replace my 5DII. Having attempted shots like that before with the 5DII, I know that the highlights would have been completely blown out.

    Will wonders never cease......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amin View Post
    Jono, the cow shot is brilliant, and I like the Land Rover comp as well.

    I'm stumped about your M8 photo. What's the deal?
    It ain't an M8 - Also see the serial number - a collector's item.

    If it's in the way Jono ... I'd love to put it to use
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post


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    Lee,

    Beautiful high key whites with the K5+43.
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    Lee,

    Beautiful high key whites with the K5+43.
    Lee......I agree with Carl.....beautiful.

    I was wondering what lens you shot that with.....the 43 is a nice lens.

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    Thanks Carl, really appreciate it. And to the K5's credit that was ISO 1250. Amazing ...

    I keep finding myself on the verge of going the Panasonic GH2 route and always pull back - because I look again at the K5 shots and realise that they are the some of the best pics I have so far taken digitally. So this time yesterday I wanted GH2 (to complement the K5), now I want a Pentax 21mm and 35mm macro!

    The great thing about this forum is that I know that I still have a lot to learn, especially from seeing the great shots that you guys are posting.

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    Oh, and one more thing, the biggest issue I have now is that, since getting the K5 I have run out of hard disc space ...

    43mm, using it more now than I have in the last 25 years ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armanius View Post
    Indeed! The fruits photo really shows the depth of the colors. Was that with the DA21? Any digital filter or film profile used?
    No digital filter or film profile. Just open in Aperture or Mac OS X preview, a bit of sharp and done.

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    200/2.8 just arrived...took it over to the garden for try-out...not as heavy as expected...balances well on the K-5...shot at ISO 400 and shutter speed of 1/500...nice color rendition...AF surprisingly quiet.. AF accuracy?

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    Roy - it looks sharp enough.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    200/2.8 just arrived...took it over to the garden for try-out...not as heavy as expected...balances well on the K-5...shot at ISO 400 and shutter speed of 1/500...nice color rendition...AF surprisingly quiet.. AF accuracy?

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    Roy

    Were these handheld or tripod mounted?

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    Hello, Woody. I'll be 80 next birthday and I'm still hand-holding...each year, however, for the past few years, the shutter speeds have increased exponentially. Even with the K-5's IS, some of the pics from yesterday were off...and it wasn't due to AF. I went out early this AM with shutter speed of 1/800...all shots were AF and most were keepers.
    I'll upload some tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Even with the K-5's IS, some of the pics from yesterday were off...and it wasn't due to AF. I went out early this AM with shutter speed of 1/800...all shots were AF and most were keepers.
    I'll upload some tonight.

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    Roy .....in addition, I found with mine that I needed +5 fine AF adjustment. The difference in sharpness was startling.

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    Now I have just gone and ordered a GH2. Why???!!! At least I will be able to contrast and compare for myself. Why do pics on the computer always look 'better' some time after they have been taken? Maybe they are still 'developing' ...

    K5 + 18-135:



    I just can't see the GH2 matching this ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Old and in the way . . . . . .
    or much loved and going nowhere - depends how you look at it.

    all with the 18-135

    these two at 6400 ISO




    It's the kind of thing which looks fine . . . . . as long as you don't own the barn
    Fascinating, Jono

    I see an M8, well worn, with a low sn and M9 top plate (based on the OOF renderings at the top of the image). Is this the prototype M9 that you tested ahead of the release of this camera?

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    Nothing like a well work camera Ashwin

    Lee - the Cafe Sol looks like the place to be . . . but if that's the west country, then the name must be hope rather than observation
    On the other hand I'm right with you on 'developing' photographs.

    Speaking of the west country - I managed to get an hour on the beach the afternoon before we left to come back home. The light was not wonderful, and these two guys were doomed to poor pictures:





    I still find it hard to understand why they would be using tripods in that kind of light with an SLR - but hey, whaddoIknow!



    These were all taken with the 18-135

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post



    I just can't see the GH2 matching this ...

    Lee
    Lee.....I like my GH2....but it wouldn't do well with a scene like this with so much DR.

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    I still find it hard to understand why they would be using tripods in that kind of light with an SLR - but hey, whaddoIknow!


    These were all taken with the 18-135
    They were obviously professionals.

    The 18-135 is such a nice little lens. I don't know why it gets bashed so much in discussions. I guess because it's not a f/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Now I have just gone and ordered a GH2. Why???!!! At least I will be able to contrast and compare for myself. Why do pics on the computer always look 'better' some time after they have been taken? Maybe they are still 'developing' ...
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    You are incorrigible Lee No one else on this forum would ever think of making such an impulsive camera purchase
    Looking forward to your GH2/K5 comparisons.

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    Speaking of the west country - I managed to get an hour on the beach the afternoon before we left to come back home. The light was not wonderful, and these two guys were doomed to poor pictures:
    I still find it hard to understand why they would be using tripods in that kind of light with an SLR - but hey, whaddoIknow!
    all the best
    Looks like the gent on top was photographing the one below You were photographing both so who was shooting all of you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Looks like the gent on top was photographing the one below You were photographing both so who was shooting all of you?
    Hmmm the bee watcher watcher eh?
    Actually they were both taking pictures of the beach in flat hazy light - they should have been there a couple of days before when the light sparkled

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    Carl: just visited your gallery. Wow! That's really good stuff! Thanks for making those wonderful images available to groundlings such as myself.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Now I have just gone and ordered a GH2. Why???!!! At least I will be able to contrast and compare for myself. Why do pics on the computer always look 'better' some time after they have been taken? Maybe they are still 'developing' ...

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    AWESOME!!! Wohoo! Another GH2 + K5 owner!
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    There have been serious questions asked about Simeon's cider.

    But Tom the Hat prounounced it good


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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Leave for a few hours and there are scads of new messages.

    Lee, Very nice shot of Cafe Sol but a GH2?? I suspect it is a really nice camera but I am temporarily cured from any desire to purchase another m43. I do have a friend trying to temp me with his new EPL-2 but I am attempting to be true to my new K5.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Jono,

    I am constantly amazed at all the great shots with the 18-135.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Here a couple of more from Myrtle Beach:

    K5, 18-135 ISO 1600


    And here are some casual snaps with the DA* 16-50 (portrait 3 was at f2.8 and ISO6400), last shot with the FA 31. For the DA* using LR3 lens correction helped save time.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    A few from this evening - just from the backyard.




    Both with the 18-135 as I can't seem to make up my mind on what to buy next.

    These are what look to be flowers on a large tropical plant that strongly resembles the philodendron house plants we had in the north. As you can tell I'm not a horticulturist.

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    Mark,

    All great shots but I like the aquarium one the best. It just captures the moment.

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    Oleander is blooming in the garden...shooting with a new 200/2.8
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    Continuing workout/tryout of 200/2.8: Impressed with detail in bottle cap, tree bark...all in early morning light.

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    Last edited by benroy; 7th May 2011 at 03:48.

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    Mark,

    All great shots but I like the aquarium one the best. It just captures the moment.

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    Thanks Jim!

    It looks like the 200mm is becoming very popular here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    There have been serious questions asked about Simeon's cider.

    But Tom the Hat prounounced it good
    Jono,
    Very nice portrait of Tom.
    Quote Originally Posted by markwon View Post
    Here a couple of more from Myrtle Beach:
    Mark,
    Great lighting and composition in the first and nice shot of the aquarium.
    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    A few from this evening - just from the backyard.
    Both with the 18-135 as I can't seem to make up my mind on what to buy next.
    These are what look to be flowers on a large tropical plant that strongly resembles the philodendron house plants we had in the north. As you can tell I'm not a horticulturist.
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    Jim,
    Beautiful tropical flower shots with great detail.
    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Oleander is blooming in the garden...shooting with a new 200/2.8
    Roy,
    Great color and bokeh in the oleander series with the 200. Thank you for the compliments on my web site.
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    Lovely shots Jim and Roy.

    An orchid with K-5 and DA70:

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Jim
    that is some plant - erm, slightly suggestive!

    Roy - lots of great shots . . . I'm having to slap down all thoughts of the 200 (after all, I already have the excellent 60-250).
    Amin - how close does the DA 70 focus? nice orchid shot.

    Today, it's grey here, and anyway, it's definitely grass cutting day, or we'll end up in even more of a wilderness.

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    Lovely shots Jim and Roy.

    An orchid with K-5 and DA70:

    Amin,

    Very nice orchid shot with smooth bokeh.
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    Amin....I'll echo what others have said.....nice orchid shot. Orchids aren't the easiest to shoot because you want your focus plane to be relatively wide. Good DOF....creamy bokeh.

    This complicates a selling decision. I purchased the DA70 and the FA77 to decide which one I like best (and sell the other). I really like the FA77, but a shot like yours give one pause. Must ponder

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    Amin

    Great shot, now you are 'at it' with the K5!! Doesn't seem to be any K5 sharpness or focus issue there ...

    I do really enjoy the threads, photos, comments etc on this forum.

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    Amin - how close does the DA 70 focus?

    ../.. it's definitely grass cutting day, or we'll end up in even more of a wilderness.
    DA 70 focusses down to 27.6 inches

    Is that you saying it, or the missus?

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    A male cardinal deftly shelling grey stripe sunflower seeds. K5 + DA 55-300. Shot through a kitchen window.

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