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    Pentax K5 series of photos from my New Orleans trip last month

    Most of these were taken with the K5 and the DA* 16-50 one or two were taken with the 31mm Ltd and the DA* 50-135mm. There are more on my website under the K5 section.. still working on the set.. took over 3000 photos during 5 days in New Orleans for Mardi Gras. I've just scratched the surface this weekend. Work, real work, keeps getting in my way. Enjoy!























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    Jim, excellent PP!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    Jim, excellent PP!
    Thanks didn't have to do much to any of them, the graveyard was the biggest challenge.. it doesn't look like it was dark.. but it was DARK.
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    43lim, egyptian pigeon



    Ps: Jim. i didn't saw your photos when i was posting my, unbelievable shots!! Really, especially 2,3,5,8,11. Did you made 2 an 5 by 31lim?

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    All by 43lim, Chevrolet Impala (i guess)









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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    43lim, egyptian pigeon

    Ps: Jim. i didn't saw your photos when i was posting my, unbelievable shots!! Really, especially 2,3,5,8,11. Did you made 2 an 5 by 31lim?
    No, both were shot with the DA* 16-50mm
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Jim,
    I hadn't had a chance to check back in and see how it went at Mardi Gras this year.
    Numbers 2, 8 and 11 are my favorite with number 8 being just amazing with the eyes.

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    Jim,
    I hadn't had a chance to check back in and see how it went at Mardi Gras this year.
    Numbers 2, 8 and 11 are my favorite with number 8 being just amazing with the eyes.
    It was great, Terry! You should have joined us. So many amazing photo ops...people, places and things...not to mention some of the best food anywhere. Consider next year, it's always a good time.

    Visit my K5 section for more and camera settings and lenses used.
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    Jim,

    amazing shots. Like 2,4,6,7 the best but al are great. I love the dark tones.

    All of course just because of the great camera :-).
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    Thanks didn't have to do much to any of them, the graveyard was the biggest challenge.. it doesn't look like it was dark.. but it was DARK.
    I find these mardigrass shot better than the first ones I saw you did with the K-5. Makes sense as the tool is more known.

    The color/tones in particular is better captured/pp.

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    Got these yesterday going around on Bodega Bay with Terry.















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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    FYI - they were all watching a couple of whales....that could not be photographed and you could only see them breathing and coming up from a distance....that was too long to capture except with binoculars. First and last are my favorites.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    I find these mardigrass shot better than the first ones I saw you did with the K-5. Makes sense as the tool is more known.

    The color/tones in particular is better captured/pp.

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    I have better glass as well. It really does help.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    Jim,

    amazing shots. Like 2,4,6,7 the best but al are great. I love the dark tones.

    All of course just because of the great camera :-).
    It's funny...some photographers kinda smirked when they saw I was using a Pentax.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    FYI - they were all watching a couple of whales....that could not be photographed and you could only see them breathing and coming up from a distance....that was too long to capture except with binoculars. First and last are my favorites.

    Attachment 55646
    Terry, I think that photo shows conclusive evidence of the Lochness monster :-)

    Guess what I am doing now? I am going to head to Daly beach! Only about 1 hour of shooting. But with the K-5 and nothing else.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    I spent the morning learning DXO. I will say I'm impressed and like it so far.

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    I am actually slightly surprised you like DxO. It's very slow (Mac). They really need to support OpenCL on the Mac and speed it up. I think it's very good at dealing with lens distortions, CA's very very well. More so with so much lens profiling they are doing which is great.

    Also the color profiles of other cameras, etc. They do that rather well.

    High ISO noise- hmm.. they do ok. Sharpening? They need to improve that.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    The high ISO noise work on my NEX7 files is actually quite good.
    I'm running it on a MacPro with 24GB of RAM so it isn't quite as slow as my laptop.

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    More from today. Didn't go to Daly City beach, but thanks to taking the wrong turn thinking I was going there, ended up in Pacifica.

    Beach house-



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    General K-5/system rant:

    The autofocus of this camera sure seems idiosyncratic. There are times that very difficult shots to get it is spot on and others it is a miss. A huge part of this is that larger than usual sensor area, but that means that distant subjects, sports, etc start to become a pain to photograph relying on AF. I have been relying more and more on MF which is what I feel I should do for pretty much all cameras and the k-5 within reason allows for this (digital DSLR's unlike their film counterparts are just bad at this. Sony A900 is the best I have seen).

    The 50-135 lens while it can do ok at F2.8 it's tricky to take shots of high contrast scenes like this because the image quality does fall apart a bit. Depending on the size you are going to print/use it's ok or not. By F4.0 is pretty decent.

    At this point I feel I know my primes (DA 21mm Limited and DA 70mm limited) relatively well. Both are pretty good. The 50-135 has very nice micro contrast on the right apertures and can be really sharp at the right apertures, but seems I need to learn its "best window operating range" at a more intuitive level.

    I need to also remember my 50-200 Olympus isn't exactly tack sharp at all apertures and focal lengths. What it seems to do better though is in situations of high contrast, even wide open, still hold itself relatively well and not indulge in too many CA's.

    I just need to do more with this lens and the K-5, so may put the Q in the closet for a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    The high ISO noise work on my NEX7 files is actually quite good.
    I'm running it on a MacPro with 24GB of RAM so it isn't quite as slow as my laptop.
    Well that explains something :-) At least they do use multicore. But I mean, Aperture exports oh so much faster than DXoPro on my laptop. Much much muuuuuuuuch faster.

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    Yes DxO is not really fast. But what helps fast if I get better results that I like. So I live with with it. They have support for GPU but still no way to call it fast.

    >High ISO noise- hmm.. they do ok.

    I would say the best noise removal I have seen. Does not hurt detail that much.

    >Sharpening?

    Is ok. I use my own sharpening on top anyway.
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    Yes DxO is not really fast. But what helps fast if I get better results that I like. So I live with with it. They have support for GPU but still no way to call it fast.

    >High ISO noise- hmm.. they do ok.

    I would say the best noise removal I have seen. Does not hurt detail that much.

    >Sharpening?

    Is ok. I use my own sharpening on top anyway.
    They say they use the GPU but on the Mac version they still don't support OpenCL. The Windows version 7.xx runs much faster because they do support OpenCL there. As for results, I like a lot of what I get with Aperture and Lightroom but varies per camera.

    But yeah, I am liking DXo more and more though I regretted buying it at first. They do not support DNG (and hence Pentax Q) though which is rather annoying.

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    Portrait of a friend-



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    Hi all,
    A couple of shots of a local blacksmith firewelding(think sword making,fold upon fold etc.)
    Faults with both pictures,hey ho! but lots to learn and great fun.
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    A cool portrait, Ricardo.

    Still no 50-135 here, trying to get one from the bay.

    Kind regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Hi all,
    A couple of shots of a local blacksmith firewelding(think sword making,fold upon fold etc.)
    Faults with both pictures,hey ho! but lots to learn and great fun.
    Cheers
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    Hi there Malcom,

    spectacular stuff, specially that first shot is most wonderful with the sparks 'burning' those lines and so creating that bizarre pattern.
    What lens ?

    Kind regards.
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    Hi Bart,
    Thanks.yes,the shapes made by the splats was quite,,,explosive
    Just the 18-55 kit lens.I dont think it and I did the opportunity justice(missed focus and poor rendering in the shadows,not the K5 just me and the lens) but I'll have another go sometime.The lens I've got that I should have used maybe(better glass all the way round)is the 10-20 f3.5 sigma but I'll have to get it re aligned,it just went out(weird)sometime ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Hi all,
    A couple of shots of a local blacksmith firewelding(think sword making,fold upon fold etc.)
    Faults with both pictures,hey ho! but lots to learn and great fun.
    Cheers
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    Wow that looks really weird… looks like he's rendered by a game 3d engine :-)

    Interesting. I think I like the one in color more because the other has too much sparkle way over the top (looks even more game like).

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Hi all,
    A couple of shots of a local blacksmith firewelding(think sword making,fold upon fold etc.)
    Faults with both pictures,hey ho! but lots to learn and great fun.
    Cheers
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    Love that impact shot with the sparks flying... great shot.
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    Hi Raist
    I agree the first one has rendered a bit odd.I put it down to operater error and a very slow shutter speed, no real focus point,and a lens thats not too hot at dealing with very,very extreme light levels.But mainly operater error
    Glad you liked the colour one,cheers.Dual flash heads and much easier to control.Not lay over a 5 foot loft hatch with only my "not what they used to be abs" holding me level helped(gotta get fitter)
    Hi Jim,
    Thank you very much.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Hi Raist
    I agree the first one has rendered a bit odd.I put it down to operater error and a very slow shutter speed, no real focus point,and a lens thats not too hot at dealing with very,very extreme light levels.But mainly operater error
    Glad you liked the colour one,cheers.Dual flash heads and much easier to control.Not lay over a 5 foot loft hatch with only my "not what they used to be abs" holding me level helped(gotta get fitter)
    Hi Jim,
    Thank you very much.
    Regards
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    Malcolm, I very much like the first shot. The sharpness of the sparks contrasts with the slight blur of background, giving a sense of the timescale of the events. A picture with everything sharp would be interesting as well, but different.

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    Hi Tom,
    Thank you.
    By the way, hows your picture a day project coming along? I do admire the commitment that that must take and the consistant high quality of what I've seen so far.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmP View Post
    Hi Tom,
    Thank you.
    By the way, hows your picture a day project coming along? I do admire the commitment that that must take and the consistant high quality of what I've seen so far.
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    It's turning out to be more difficult than expected, at least to get a good image. So in desperation I take so-so images and try for interesting titles


    1-31_IGP7231_1793 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    2-9_IGP7317_2255 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
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    Hi Tom,
    Having looked at these and the set posted on Flickr I think your being very modest.
    Call that so-so,,,"pa"! heres a few examples of so-so and I can't even think of cool titles! Infact so much so that if you look up so-so you'll see my pics
    Isnt it strange how we all see different things,for example a few of the folks who have seen the dog in the window shot said I should crop the clock out!only a few picked up on the fact that the clock was facing out in the first place.!
    A couple of lensbaby shots,a concrete abstract taken with an old smc50mm f1.4 and the dog(ten to one)18-55 kit lens.
    Regards and good luck with the shot a day.
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    Hi,
    Some Fun with K5 at Alvernia Studios - Very interesting place:
    K-5 + FA 31mm


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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Thanks Malcolm. I think if you start working with titles, it gets easier; some suggestions:
    1. Do You Know How Long It's Been Since I've Been Outside? - at least then people would stop suggesting removal of the clock.
    2. Is the Universe Curved?
    3. Can't help with the Clemantis
    4. Need New Glasses?

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    Pentax K5 and DA* 16-50

    I took this last night while the Trinity River is still flooding offering a chance for city lights on the water.

    Pentax K5 ISO 800 f/8.0 1.3 second exposure.

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    Some pics from FA*24mm f2:
















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    Nice colors and bokeh on first pic

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    Texas in the Spring - Wildflowers

    Spent the afternoon traveling back roads of Texas near Hillsborough looking for a good selection of wild flowers to shoot... here are a few. All taken with the K5 and the DA* 16-50mm

    These wild flowers appear every spring for a few weeks of enjoyment. They are all over Texas but North Central Texas appears to have the best roadside displays of wild flowers. Spent this afternoon exploring back roads near Hillsborough, TX looking for these....











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    Nice flower colors. Got this today at sunset.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanakamura View Post
    Hi,
    Some Fun with K5 at Alvernia Studios - Very interesting place:
    K-5 + FA 31mm


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    Hah! Where exactly is that? Is that a small scale model?

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    Hah! Where exactly is that? Is that a small scale model?

    - Ricardo
    Nope Its fully working film studio Alvernia Studios - Motion Picture Universe - Alvernia Studios
    I made photos from security towers.
    We are organizing a concert hall Passion St. Luke. written by Penderecki.

    DA* 60-250

    FA 31

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    That is amazing. Wow.

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    Oh My...

    This morning I rose before dawn and headed back to the location I have found for shooting wildflowers and sunrises... I was adjusting the shutter speed, ISO, focal length and just firing off shots because these sunrises don't give you a second chance. I did not see this shot until I got home and began to download the photos to my computer. I saw it in realtime but it did not dawn on me (pardon the pun) how beautiful this morning's sunrise was until I looked at this shot. What a beautiful planet we live on.

    Pentax K5 & DA * 16-50 ISO 200 f/4.5 @ 1/2000s

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    Talking to an Aussie punk in the Castro last night. He knows at the age of 18 far more of what's going on in the USA than many people here.

    Very torn on which RAW converter to use - LR4 vs DXO. Ended up picking DXo because thought the color was better, though LR 4 seemed to do the detail better.





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    Few pics from FA*24mm f2











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    Hi everybody! I am a new guy here and beginner...need Your comments, please. All done with k5+18-135WR camera jpegs cropped in couple of cases..hope it is not too much and You can stand me...gonna keep on posting
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