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    Summer....Pipeline
    Just go away! We have windy grey weather, drizzle, 16C, horrible, and you post shots like this (what are the blow up people in the surf on the upper right incidentally?).

    I'm not a great surfer, but I do like it, and that looks like about my level (bit windy though).

    Right - off to bed - I don't want to see any more!

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    Just go away! We have windy grey weather, drizzle, 16C, horrible, and you post shots like this (what are the blow up people in the surf on the upper right incidentally?).

    I'm not a great surfer, but I do like it, and that looks like about my level (bit windy though).

    Right - off to bed - I don't want to see any more!
    Sorry about your weather Jono.....sounds very well.....icky.

    BTW....the "blown up" people are part of a new (kinda) phenomenon here....stand-up paddle.

    They're EVERYWHERE.......annoying.

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    Good stuff Bart, Rich, Jono, Jim. Picked up a used 300/4.5 SMC F ED IF...so I turned to the garden...AF spot on...very sharp...hope you saw the Glory Lily on the last page...here are some other examples.

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    Roy, Looks like a nice lens. I like the dew drops in the 2nd photo.
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    Rich,

    I don't know, the stand up paddles look interesting. There are a lot of them here as well.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Just go away! We have windy grey weather, drizzle, 16C, horrible, and you post shots like this (what are the blow up people in the surf on the upper right incidentally?).

    I'm not a great surfer, but I do like it, and that looks like about my level (bit windy though).

    Right - off to bed - I don't want to see any more!
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    I am with you my man!

    I already have cabin fever dealing as I am with the recuperation from my third back surgery in five weeks (everything went perfectly this time thank God!).

    Colorado is supposed to have like 320 days of full sunshine each year and we have had exactly two sunny days in the month of May! Of course what that means is that we will transition from temperatures in the 60's F to the 90's in about two days and it will now be too hot and the light too contrasty!

    Can't wait to get out and shoot with my relatively new K-5 kit. I want some decent light so I can post the results from my manual focus Zeiss ZK lenses for all to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Just go away! We have windy grey weather, drizzle, 16C, horrible, and you post shots like this (what are the blow up people in the surf on the upper right incidentally?).

    I'm not a great surfer, but I do like it, and that looks like about my level (bit windy though).

    Right - off to bed - I don't want to see any more!
    Hmm is someone making excuses to not take any pictures having a *weather sealed camera*? Hmmmm??????? :-)

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    Hello everyone,new member here.Please allow me to introduce myself,I'm Malcolm.That done I'd like to say how much I have enjoyed following the Pentax threads here since discovering Get DPI. fantastic pictures and informative and entertainig comments/opinions from clearly very gifted photographers!
    So I thought I'd lower the standard!
    And besides,you are all partly responsible for my decision to stick with Pentax
    Anywho!,it would be churlish not to post a pic with my first post,so heres a shot taken this morning.
    Great spotted woodpecker about to feed his male chick.fifteen minute walk from home in not so sunny today Herefordshire.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Malc,

    Very nice shot. What lens and camera?

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    Hi Jim,
    Thanks.
    K5 and Sigma 50-500 os(f8 around 320th sec,sorry, must have metadata hide, ticked in lightroom)
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    Welcome Malc
    I am enjoy the woodpecker pic. Not many around here yet.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Paraphrasing an old Red Skelton joke:

    Scene: wire that runs over the Henley Regatta:
    Dove on the left: "What's going on down there, Ethel?"
    Dove on the right (Ethel). "Oh, I just came back from taking a look. It's an Oxford vs Cambridge crew race".
    Dove on the left: "Who do you think is going to win?"
    Dove on the right: "I don't know, but I just put all I had on Oxford!"

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    Welcome Malc.....hope you stick around and share some more of your pics.

    Roy....nice "birds on the wire"......with apologies to Leonard Cohen.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Some poppies with the 18-135mm:

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Some poppies with the 18-135mm:

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    Lee....I love poppies.......is this a stitch?

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    I don't know how this is going to look.......but I had a lot of enjoyment with it, trying to get the shadows right.



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    I don't know how this is going to look.......but I had a lot of enjoyment with it, trying to get the shadows right.

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    Looks excellent to me.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Lee....I love poppies.......is this a stitch?

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    Rich,

    No, just a crop. I should really have ventured into the field to get some closer shots but I stayed on the outside of the gate, and anyway didn't want to start trampling on the crops in the foreground. Poppies don't hang around very long and these looked great as they were back lit by the sun, though I should have avoided the shadow in the background. I was pleased with the 18-135 getting these sharp at its 135 setting. I would have posted a larger in-line image but my getdpi gallery space is full ...

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    Hmm is someone making excuses to not take any pictures having a *weather sealed camera*? Hmmmm??????? :-)

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    Touche!
    HI Ricardo - you said it - not a good excuse, and in fact I did take a shot or two. Later!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Rich, really like the texture in the leaves.

    Jim

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Hi Jim,
    Thanks.
    K5 and Sigma 50-500 os(f8 around 320th sec,sorry, must have metadata hide, ticked in lightroom)
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    And a BIG welcome. Lovely shot.
    We still have sunshine in the frozen east (suffolk Norfolk border) but the rain is coming for our panting lawn.
    Just considering another dog walk. I do like bank holidays!

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    Thanks Joe,Rich,Jono.
    A friend bought a k5 satarday so I personally blame him for the rain seeing as how i bet he's chomping at the bit to get outsideI doubt he wants to get his new toy wet and put the weather sealing to the test on his first outing
    Continuing Leonard Cohen and Roy's theme-
    if "one swallow does'nt make a summer",do two?
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    Working the garden with the 300/4.5: This is a set of spiny, thorny, prickly "botanicals" meant to show off how sharp this lens is...shot in early morning light...hand held at 1/800, ISO 400, most of the exposures around f/8.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    It's been a bit of time since my last post. Hope everyone is well. Here are few from Cincinnati, OH, as I was there this week-end for a wedding







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    And a few from the wedding which I attended...













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    It's been a bit of time since my last post. Hope everyone is well. Here are few from Cincinnati, OH, as I was there this week-end for a wedding


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    This one rocks my boat ...

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    Jim, Lee, Roy, Ashwin, Jono, Rich, Armando (did I forget someone ?): all great shots, guys

    Kind regards.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    The swallows shot is astounding - excellent - those beauties do not hang about. I'm seriously impressed. No exif? Lens?

    Roy
    Fine Prickly pictures - I like the second one best, and I'm jealous of that lens!

    Ashwin
    I used to really enjoy smoking - love the first shot.
    You americans seem to have some other definition of NAKED from us over here . . . not only does she have her pants on, she seems to be wearing a bra as well! (great shot though).
    Interesting the first two wedding shots - were you the photographer? or were you shadowing the photographer? Looks Like Fun at anyrate

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Having seen Malc's wonderful swallow shot I'm loathe to post these . . . . but I was going to, so here are this weekend's wildlife shots -

    First a bee: (100 wr)



    Then a fly - these are horrid flies, but as this one let me take it's picture . . . I didn't squash it! (100 wr)



    Here is a noble cat - she will keep getting into boxes, and these days she thinks that she is a little slimmer than reality: (60-250



    We have a goldfinch nesting in the vine outside our bedroom window - here she is, shot through the glass so as not to disturb her: (60-250)



    A Roe deer I disturbed on the my walks: (100 WR)



    Finally, a mysterious white spider protecting his buttercup (100 WR)


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    Love the fly shot. The 100 is a nice lens.
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    Rich,

    I don't know, the stand up paddles look interesting. There are a lot of them here as well.

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    Yes, the latest water sport. This one paddled right into this scene in Puerto Rico. At first glance they appear to be walking on water.

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    Jono: cat in the box pic is the "cat's meow"...so's the bolting buck.

    Ashwin: really fine set of wedding candids...b&ws especially (ISO?)

    Carl: socko beach color

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    Working the garden with the 300/4.5: here's where the 300 excels...picking out images in spots the 35 and 100 can't reach...and all the background clutter dissolves away.

    Roy Benson
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    Ashwin....these are my favs.....very nice. Is that the bride..... or bridesmaid after she caught the bouquet? Very compelling shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Having seen Malc's wonderful swallow shot I'm loathe to post these . . . . but I was going to, so here are this weekend's wildlife shots -
    Here is a noble cat - she will keep getting into boxes, and these days she thinks that she is a little slimmer than reality: (60-250
    Good to see she's still as cool as ever. There's been too many dog pictures of late

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    Thanks to Bart, Lee, Jono, Roy, and Rich.

    Jono, I do think that the sensibilities of the middle of the U.S. maybe different with regards to clothing...LOL....whereas in Seattle, LA, and other big cities, the mantra of "Less is More" is in place, in Cincinnati, the fact that the naked cowgirl was quite clothed suggests that in these ares, "More is less", more or less..

    Roy, I believe I was shooting the weddings at iso 800-1600 primarily, and adding grain in post-processing...

    Hi Rich, this bridesmaid was somehone whose wedding I didn't attend (she was apparently at the same hotel at which I stayed). I think she was getting wedding formal shots taken at the hotel...seemed a bit bored. THe wedding that I actually attended was far more fun
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    Carl, this is fantastic...has a nostalgic look!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Here is a noble cat - she will keep getting into boxes, and these days she thinks that she is a little slimmer than reality: (60-250



    Jono, of the series seen here, this is my favorite, though the gold finch and jumping deer take 2nd and 3rd prizes here. Funny how much you are able to find close to home ! The shadow detail in this image is commendable. Did you do any pull/push processing to bring out the shadow details?
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    Good stuff Bart, Rich, Jono, Jim. Picked up a used 300/4.5 SMC F ED IF...so I turned to the garden...AF spot on...very sharp...hope you saw the Glory Lily on the last page...here are some other examples.

    Roy Benson
    Lovely dew drops, Roy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    I don't know how this is going to look.......but I had a lot of enjoyment with it, trying to get the shadows right.



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    Lovely Abstraction, Rich. Tempted to make this my screen saver. It's very calming!
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    Thanks Jono,but its just a snap compared to all the shots I see on here from everyone! Inspirational stuff!
    No I'm sorry about exif details I think,as I said in another post its because the forum software is resizing pics for me.either that or the munchkins that live in my laptop are stealing them k5 and new bigma.
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    Hi Ashwin - no push-pull, just the damn cat!

    Malc - your bigma shots are wonderful - more please!

    I came home from work tonight, and it was really raining hard, a few updates, the dog hassling, so I put on some shorts and a t-shirt, grabbed the K5 with the 18-135 and ran (walked fast) for it. We were both wet in a minute or so, but the sun did come out. . . There'll be more later, but there's something very therapeutic about an hours walk in rain/sun, with a camera you don't have to think about. Of course one could get togged up in wellies and jackets etc. but somehow it isn't the same. The cold keeps you going along

    anyway - one shot I liked (even if it is a bit cheesy) there's more to come (oh yes!):


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    Sometimes cheesy is the only way to go. Nice shot - peaceful.

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    Around the neighborhood with the 300: 1st pic: Neighbor lady training her lead sled dog for next year's Iditerod.
    2nd pic: Cattle egret...No where near the quality of image Bart and Malc are producing...but very sharp.
    3rd pic: Toys hanging outside drug-store.
    4th pic: Blue bike on a bus...marvelous detail on 3 levels....the bike, the printed material on the bus, and a passenger and driver behind the windshield.
    Very happy with this lens!

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    The final set of "around the garden with the 300"...flowers...the lens is a keeper, no doubt...especially when you see what it does to the backgrounds in the flower pics.

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    Very nice garden shots Roy. The lens does eliminate the background very nicely.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Roy,

    The results from the lens are very nice. I particularly like the 2nd picture the fire lily?

    Looks like you took them very early this morning.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    The final set of "around the garden with the 300"...flowers...the lens is a keeper, no doubt...especially when you see what it does to the backgrounds in the flower pics.

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    Great Roy - I especially like the first one (Fuschia is it?) gorgeous background.

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    Thanks Carl, Jim, and Jono, for the kind and encouraging comments.

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    So many fantastic images in this thread, kudos to all of you who have shared!

    I just got reacquainted with Pentax recently and I am so happy I bought a K-5, what a wonderful camera...

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