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    Where is this forbidding place, Vladimir?

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    Where is this forbidding place, Vladimir?Roy Benson
    Here it is:
    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/13520557

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    Vladimir, otli4nie snimki)) Y menja to*e est 55-300, horoshee steklo za svoi den'gi, y tebja WR?

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    55-300 doesn't have WR version, I guess )))
    About pic: I thing it is not my merit or 55-300. The place is unique.

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    It was pretty dark. But K5 let me force up ISO to make things right )


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    Shot with the K5 and 31mm Ltd, f/4.5, ISO 800, 1/40sec. Post work in Photoshop CS5... don't normally "tint" B&W but just played a bit with this one.

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    43lim, iso 400, 1/10

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    One more K5 + Kit 18-55 Al II and 55-300. Trying Raw converter RPP.



    55-300


    A was wery sorry that didn't have 12-24. To get sharp images on the corners I have to set F=8 or 13 on 18-55.
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    Jim, Vladimir, Bogdan: all stunning shots, guys

    All the very best.
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    VladimirYo, really great shots, even on kit lenses!!

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    Thank you )

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    Hi! Shot with FA*85!

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    Hi Bogdan,

    quite an expensive lens this 85/1.4, but the bokeh shown here seems nice and creamy.
    I'd like to see some close range wide opens shots if you please

    Happy shooting !
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    Hi Bogdan,

    quite an expensive lens this 85/1.4, but the bokeh shown here seems nice and creamy.
    I'd like to see some close range wide opens shots if you please

    Happy shooting !
    Something like this?



    Or this?

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    Something like this?
    Or this?
    Hahaha - yes that would do nicely, Bogdan: what a lovely lady !

    But kidding aside: looking at the largest versions (1920x1272) it's clear the lens is pretty sharp wide open and the bokeh IMO is very pleasant.
    One heck of a lens ...

    Thank you and kind regards.
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    Hahaha - yes that would do nicely, Bogdan: what a lovely lady !

    But kidding aside: looking at the largest versions (1920x1272) it's clear the lens is pretty sharp wide open and the bokeh IMO is very pleasant.
    One heck of a lens ...

    Thank you and kind regards.
    Thanks, Bart! I'll pass your words to her.

    Again with FA*85:


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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    My wife was describing a potter forming a pot. I found her hands very expessive and took this shot with a K-5 and a 1960s vintage, 8 element, 50mm f/1.4 Super Takumar. F/2 ISO 3200
    Great lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    My wife was describing a potter forming a pot. I found her hands very expessive and took this shot with a K-5 and a 1960s vintage, 8 element, 50mm f/1.4 Super Takumar. F/2 ISO 3200
    Great lens.
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    Hi Tom,

    absolutely expressive, but I'd say: try b/w here !

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    Thanks Bart. The print I made of this was B&W!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    some fun with 43mm limited on K-5



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    Quote Originally Posted by PenSon View Post
    some fun with 43mm limited on K-5


    I really like this one......very nice.

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    I am attempting to take one photo/day for one year to use for a series. The project forces me to pick up a camera, even if it's 8 at night. I started on December 11, 2011; interestingly, the camera and lens I have most often been using is the K-5 and a 50mm M f/1.4 Takumar. Wonderful to be able to hand hold at high ISO and get a useful image.Here's one from the series:

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    New Year's morning (8 AM) K5 with 100 macro.

    Roy Benson...Happy New Year to all!
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    Pentax K5 w/300FA* Subdued light where bird perched in tree...lens wide open.

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    You too Roy and that 3oomm sure looks good!Is that a snake in its talons?
    Sunrise(one of the best for ages)from my kitchen window looking towards the Malvern Hills on Christmas eve.
    5 shot stitch minimal p/p.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    I really like this one......very nice.

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    +1 What a cool image !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    I am attempting to take one photo/day for one year to use for a series. The project forces me to pick up a camera, even if it's 8 at night. I started on December 11, 2011; interestingly, the camera and lens I have most often been using is the K-5 and a 50mm M f/1.4 Takumar. Wonderful to be able to hand hold at high ISO and get a useful image.Here's one from the series:

    Tom
    Hi there Tom,

    really, I admire your PAD effort and you're off to a good start.
    Keep us updated regarding your progress.

    Kind regards.
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    New Year's morning (8 AM) K5 with 100 macro.

    Roy Benson...Happy New Year to all!
    Roy, what a lovely series, almost spring-like I'd say.
    Happy New Year !

    All the very best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Pentax K5 w/300FA* Subdued light where bird perched in tree...lens wide open.

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    What a corker, what a magnificent bird ! And what an excellent shot, Roy. Well done
    And like Malcolm, I'm wondering too what that bird is holding. Is it a snake ? Or a lizard ?

    Now, don't tell me you shot this in your backyard ...

    Keep 'm coming, Roy !
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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Sunrise(one of the best for ages)from my kitchen window looking towards the Malvern Hills on Christmas eve.
    5 shot stitch minimal p/p.
    Regards
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    Malcolm, what a smashing view from your kitchen window, only too bad maximum size here is 1200 pixels.
    That doesn't do justice to panos IMO.

    What lens ?

    All the very best.
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    Thanks to Bart and Malcolm. Bird has a snake in its talons...shot in my next door neighbor's front yard.

    Malcolm's panorama is wonderful...more, please!

    Bart: your horse and buggy duo in the Leica thread was excellent...was this part of a wedding? Thanks for your kind words re: the garden pics.

    Tom: picture a day project is a great idea, and off to a great start.

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    Bart: your horse and buggy duo in the Leica thread was excellent...was this part of a wedding? Thanks for your kind words re: the garden pics.

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    Hi Roy,

    Yes I think that couple just got married.
    The actual joke is about the horses: the one with his head down and the other horse looking at him pitiful ...
    Thanks for looking !

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    Thanks Roy and Bart. Here's another from the series:
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    Well!I can certainly vouch for the K5's weather sealing.Taken at Portland Bill on the Jurassic coast in Dorset last tuesday.The humble kit lens(18-55)did ok and its hard to think of another camera at this price that could stand up to, as good as, total immersion in a force 8-10.
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    Beautiful image, Tom. But how did you do that ?

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    Very dramatic light and what a spectacular shot, Malcolm. Awesome
    Of course your K5 could stand up to the powers of nature, but what about you ?

    Thanks for sharing.
    Last edited by Knorp; 10th January 2012 at 22:16.
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    A seascape with great power , Malcolm...awesome!

    Tom: fine water drop shot...details?

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    Each time I come here I really enjoy all those great images...and I do like the Pentax color.
    Some months ago I had sold my K5 because I found the accurancy of the AF not reliable. (too often shots which are slightly front or backfocused)
    Now I sometimes miss the camera...and wondered how the overall experience regarding AF. We are 1 or 2 firmware later now, and maybe I just had to bad samples of the camera?
    Any comments? Thanks a lot. I might give it another try.

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    Each time I come here I really enjoy all those great images...and I do like the Pentax color.
    Some months ago I had sold my K5 because I found the accurancy of the AF not reliable. (too often shots which are slightly front or backfocused)
    Now I sometimes miss the camera...and wondered how the overall experience regarding AF. We are 1 or 2 firmware later now, and maybe I just had to bad samples of the camera?
    Any comments? Thanks a lot. I might give it another try.
    The images are taken by the people that take them, not the K-5. My comment is stick with the wonderful camera you bought when you got away from the K-5 and focus on using it. You will be a better photographer that way.

    Truth is all these cameras are great. The K-5 has superb ergonomics/IQ/etc. and so does what you have - or you wouldn't have bought it. The AF has improved in low light vastly with the firmware upgrade that addressed it, but it's still "idiosyncratic." I wouldn't recommend a K-5 to those who absolutely want AF that is easy to understand.

    The K-5 main issue here is the size of the AF sensor. At certain distances it focuses very fast. Once you go past a certain distance where the subject is smaller, the camera may start picking up detail around the subject in front of, or in the back of. There's a few times the K-5 AF has been spot on with moving real hard to shoot subjects, but this idiosyncrasy makes it seem unpredictable and that's not good.

    If you aren't willing to try MF with a K-5, I would say don't get it. But either way, stick with the wonderful camera you have. What's wrong?

    Just my 2 cents.

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    Hi Raist,
    of course the images are taken by people and not the camera and my comment was meant as a compliment for many of the images/photographers in this thread.
    Still most cameras have a certain signature regarding color - and I do like that signature of the Pentax.
    I dont need an AF which is easy to understand, I need a way to reliable focus when taking images. If there is a weak point its ok for me as long as I have a solution for a way to work around. As I understand you- the way around could be manual focus for those situations where the AF could be fooled because of the size of the sensor. However I have to say with high resolution sensors, and when not using superfast lenses I find manual focus with 1.5crop-cameras not so easy. Specially some of the lenses have a very short focus thread as well.

    The reasons why I asked is that I now use a Nex as my small walkaround camera instead of the K5. The IQ is fine but I now wish for more reach than the kit lens-and the Nex 18-200 is quite big compared to the body of the Nex 5- and the realtion between lens and camera size might get unbalanced (havent tried yet)
    Also during the winter I found out that weather sealing can be quite usefull.
    And last point I am not yet totally convinced by EVF.

    These were the reasons why I sometimes remember my K5 and lately evaluated to get back in.

    Thanks for sharing your experience with the AF and the honest answer.

    Regards,Tom

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    The images are taken by the people that take them, not the K-5. My comment is stick with the wonderful camera you bought when you got away from the K-5 and focus on using it. You will be a better photographer that way.

    Truth is all these cameras are great. The K-5 has superb ergonomics/IQ/etc. and so does what you have - or you wouldn't have bought it. The AF has improved in low light vastly with the firmware upgrade that addressed it, but it's still "idiosyncratic." I wouldn't recommend a K-5 to those who absolutely want AF that is easy to understand.

    The K-5 main issue here is the size of the AF sensor. At certain distances it focuses very fast. Once you go past a certain distance where the subject is smaller, the camera may start picking up detail around the subject in front of, or in the back of. There's a few times the K-5 AF has been spot on with moving real hard to shoot subjects, but this idiosyncrasy makes it seem unpredictable and that's not good.

    If you aren't willing to try MF with a K-5, I would say don't get it. But either way, stick with the wonderful camera you have. What's wrong?

    Just my 2 cents.

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    Each time I come here I really enjoy all those great images...and I do like the Pentax color.
    Some months ago I had sold my K5 because I found the accurancy of the AF not reliable. (too often shots which are slightly front or backfocused)
    Now I sometimes miss the camera...and wondered how the overall experience regarding AF. We are 1 or 2 firmware later now, and maybe I just had to bad samples of the camera?
    Any comments? Thanks a lot. I might give it another try.

    For what its worth, I had 3 early K5's and all had AF issues. I went for the D7000, but ended up not liking the ergonomics and the low shutter speed blur, and skin tones made the AF issue in the K5 seem not as tragic. I decided to take a final stab at a K5 body and was surprised to find that the AF was MUCH better - more accurate and without the consistent FF I was getting with my earlier bodies.

    I suspect that either QC got better or its just hit or miss, but I finally have one without the horrible FF so am keeping it for now.

    Best of luck.

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    Some amazing photos on this page (and thread). Thanks for sharing.

    FA35/2, ISO80, f2

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    Beautiful image, Tom. But how did you do that ?

    Kind regards.
    Thanks Bart and Ben. I placed a pan of water in the kitchen sink and opened the faucet to allow about one drop/sec to fall into the pan. The drops fell at such a regular interval that it was possible to time the exposure. I used 30-year-old 50 mm M macro lens and a Pentax 280T flash off camera. Here's another in a different pan. Very shallow depth of water; the very fine scratches in the pan and water are acting as a diffraction grating giving rise to some of the color. Great fun on a winter's evening.

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    Thanks Roy,cheers Bart.
    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Of course your K5 could stand up to the powers of nature, but what about you ?
    Technically no!,I'm the one kneeling(taken by my mate who joined me a few minutes later)I'm aiming to have dried out by April
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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Each time I come here I really enjoy all those great images...and I do like the Pentax color.
    Some months ago I had sold my K5 because I found the accurancy of the AF not reliable. (too often shots which are slightly front or backfocused)
    Now I sometimes miss the camera...and wondered how the overall experience regarding AF. We are 1 or 2 firmware later now, and maybe I just had to bad samples of the camera?
    Any comments? Thanks a lot. I might give it another try.
    Hi Tom:

    I've grown to appreciate the K5 and and I have not had any focus problems. Consistent with Raist's remarks, I should say I use mostly old manual focus lenses on the camera and until recently was mostly a MF film shooter, so I had not become dependent on AF. The two AF lenses I do have do not appear to have any focus problems, but I rarely use them and never wide open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Bart and Ben. I placed a pan of water in the kitchen sink and opened the faucet to allow about one drop/sec to fall into the pan. The drops fell at such a regular interval that it was possible to time the exposure. I used 30-year-old 50 mm M macro lens and a Pentax 280T flash off camera. Here's another in a different pan. Very shallow depth of water; the very fine scratches in the pan and water are acting as a diffraction grating giving rise to some of the color. Great fun on a winter's evening.

    Tom
    Hi Tom, thanks for explaining what you did. I should have known that a flash is required. Problem: I have no decent flash that fits Pentax. Still, I'll give it a try one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Thanks Roy,cheers Bart.

    Technically no!,I'm the one kneeling(taken by my mate who joined me a few minutes later)I'm aiming to have dried out by April
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Great shot Malcom!

    Here's another from my photo/day project:

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Portrait of another photographer/friend:



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    A Saturday morning on the beach ...















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