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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Long way from Jimīs photos.
    K5-IIs with DA15mm f6.3 ISO800 20s.
    In the city from my garden.



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    Long way from Jimīs photos.

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    Not so far.

    Apples and stars in the same image is quite striking.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by PenSon View Post
    Long way from Jimīs photos.
    K5-IIs with DA15mm f6.3 ISO800 20s.
    In the city from my garden.



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    Your colors are true and you didn't drive 225 miles to get the shot either. I could not get such a shot here in the suburbs of Dallas.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    . . . . . some other photographs from the group walk about on Friday night.

    Southbound Freight



    K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 30 sec ~ F6.3


    Tattoo



    K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 25 sec ~ F14


    Downtown



    K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 30 sec ~ F6.3


    Lies



    K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 30 sec ~ F8

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    Dan: the railroad crossing and the tattoo parlor are eye-poppers! Altogether, an eerie but eye-catching set of images...hope more are forthcoming.

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    More hot color...power company truck came by to deprive us of power for an hour or so...so yellow is the hot color of the day...50-135 w/5KIIs.
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    One more from the evening sky.



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    Quote Originally Posted by PenSon View Post
    One more from the evening sky.

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    Lens used, aperture and exposure time please. Very nice star points with no drift. I would like to try this myself some time in the near future and your feedback would be helpful. (note: near future could be days, weeks, or months away as we have headed into the overcast and rainy period after a brilliant summer.) I will be heading out with a group for the next four Friday nights but no guarantee of clear skies.

    I have enjoyed Jim's work and appreciate him providing the lens, aperture and exposure time.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Dan: the railroad crossing and the tattoo parlor are eye-poppers! Altogether, an eerie but eye-catching set of images...hope more are forthcoming.

    Roy Benson
    Thanks for your kind words and encouragement. More to follow for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Lens used, aperture and exposure time please. Very nice star points with no drift. I would like to try this myself some time in the near future and your feedback would be helpful. (note: near future could be days, weeks, or months away as we have headed into the overcast and rainy period after a brilliant summer.) I will be heading out with a group for the next four Friday nights but no guarantee of clear skies.

    I have enjoyed Jim's work and appreciate him providing the lens, aperture and exposure time.

    Thanks!
    Lens DA15mm, ISO800, f/5, 20s

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    Lens DA15mm, ISO800, f/5, 20s

    Thank You!

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    S . . . . .




    Pentax K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 25 sec ~ F16

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    S . . . . .
    S . . . . . for SUPERB! Very nice image, seakayaker... and excellent PP.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Atlantis, Duwamish River, South Park Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 236 sec ~ F11
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    Atlantis, Duwamish River, South Park Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 119 sec ~ F13
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Damn Dan.......you're in a great groove here with those Friday night lights.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for your kind words Rich, they are appreciated. Out and about on a Friday night with a group of photographers doing night photography has been fun.

    S/V Aleah, South Park Marina, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 86 sec ~ F16

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    S/V Aleah, South Park Marina, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 66 sec ~ F16

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    D. B. Beaver, South Park Bridge Constuction Project, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 55/1.4 ~ ISO 100 ~ 109 sec ~ F18

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    La Roca, South Park Marina, Duwamish River, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 31mm F1.8 Limited ~ ISO 100 ~ 22 sec ~ F18

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    South Park Marina & Bridge Project, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 31mm F1.8 Limited ~ ISO 100 ~ HDR 3 images 77 Sec @ f8 ~ 92 Sec @ f11, 114 sec @ f16

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    Railroad Bridge, Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, Ballard Neigborhood, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ 31mm F1.8 Limited ~ ISO 100 ~ HDR 3 images 91 Sec @ f11 ~ 123 Sec @ f11, 153 sec @ f11

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    Really Dan, this night series is quite something
    Any specific processing applied here ?

    Thanks and kind regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Really Dan, this night series is quite something
    Any specific processing applied here ?

    Thanks and kind regards.
    Thank you for your kind words, they are appreciated.

    The process that I have used is opening the image using Bridge, when I select the file(s) I want to use they are opened in Adobe Raw where you can make adjustments to the file if you wish, then select the file you want to continue to work with by opening into Ps6, if needed I may use some of the Ps6 feature such as cropping, cloning, painting .... as needed, then use NIK software tools, including Dfine 2, Viveza 2, HDR Efex Pro 2 (both Multiple Image Series merge and Single Image Tone Mapping), Color Efex Pro 4, Silver Efex Pro 2, and Sharpener Pro 3. The last two images above were processed using the HDR Multiple Image Series. The others were using the others listed or a combination of them. I finish by using the Image Sizing in Ps6 and then saving.

    Experimenting with Night Photography and will be at this for awhile longer. Just having some fun.
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    Black and White version of the image above.

    La Roca, South Park Marina, Duwamish River, Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ SMC FA 31mm F1.8 AL Limited ~ ISO 100 ~ 22 sec ~ F18

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    I'm sharing these images for two reasons: I love the Sigma 70 macro on the K5IIs, and I get great pleasure from these images of red nuts that are actually just fallout from the weekly trash pile.: the shapes, the color, the way the pieces in the pictures fall together. I hope you will enjoy viewing these images...as much enjoyment as I had in the taking of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    I'm sharing these images for two reasons: I love the Sigma 70 macro on the K5IIs, and I get great pleasure from these images of red nuts that are actually just fallout from the weekly trash pile.: the shapes, the color, the way the pieces in the pictures fall together. I hope you will enjoy viewing these images...as much enjoyment as I had in the taking of them.

    Very nice set, the red nuts are quite nice, but my favorite is the green growth finding life in the crack of the stone!

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    Old DA 55-300 at 300 mm
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    Black and white renditions...50-135, 200/4 645, 300/4.5FA...plant is the giant variety of philodendron.
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    Very nicely done, love the composition on # 2, for me a visually pleasing photograph.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    Black and white renditions...50-135, 200/4 645, 300/4.5FA...plant is the giant variety of philodendron.
    Those are some of your best. #2 and #4 are wonderful.
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    Very nice set, the red nuts are quite nice, but my favorite is the green growth finding life in the crack of the stone!
    +1 I've to agree with Dan: well seen and a fine composition, Roy.
    And nothing beats autumn colours ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VladimirYo View Post
    Old DA 55-300 at 300 mm
    why that designation 'old', Vladimir ?
    Same optics and only improved 'weather resistant' for the 'new'.
    And looking at this picture yours too seems to stand more than one drop of rain.


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    A couple of shades of green

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    A new orchid appeared on our porch, and I did not realize its true nature until I photographed it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot View Post
    A new orchid appeared on our porch, and I did not realize its true nature until I photographed it
    This happened to me too a few years ago.
    I visited an orchid nursery, took some photos, only to realise back home that many were fake
    Admittedly, they were beautifully crafted and in the dim light looking better than the real thing !

    All the best.
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    Now here is FA 43 w/o much PP

    f=2,5
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    Another Friday night on a walkabout with a group for some night photography.

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    The Heavens in west Texas

    I spent the weekend in west Texas shooting Caprock Canyon during the day and night...and while the vistas were amazing during the day it was the night sky that made my jaw drop. This photo was taken near Lake MacKenzie, Texas.

    Lake Mackenzie is located in Briscoe County, Texas 12 miles northwest of Silverton and 27 miles east of Tulia, pretty much in the middle of nowhere but just what I was looking for. The night sky was amazing and the rock formations brought to mind photos I have seen of Monument Valley. I did not expect to see this in Texas. The only illumination was by a very bright half moon. The rocks are so red they almost don't look real. This was about a five hour drive from my home in Dallas.

    Gear Used: Pentax K5 IIs DA* 16-50mm ISO 800 15sec exposure at f/3.5



    And here is one of the same formation from a different vantage point taken earlier in the evening....

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    Beautiful landscapes with the night sky!

    Love those clear Texas skies, how is the night time temperatures? . . . . . still warm?

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    Beautiful landscapes with the night sky!

    Love those clear Texas skies, how is the night time temperatures? . . . . . still warm?
    It wasn't bad.. about 64 degrees around 1 in the morning... hardly any breeze at all.
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    Spain, Valencia. DA40, K5
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    What is it with young girls and the "lip thing" they do? It's not appealing... good photo though.
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    I finally tried Painting with Light...

    This truly was fun with the Pentax K5 IIs.

    Abandoned In Texas - Painting With Light: I have wanted to try this (painting with light) for a long time but never did so until this past weekend.

    I found this old abandoned building at a crossroad out in west Texas. There is small billboard behind the structure lit by some kind of light, probably fluorescent. I placed a couple of small battery powered LED lights inside the building to light up the interior. The LEDs were covered with an orange gel and then I took the shot... a 10 second exposure at f/4 to bring in the night stars as well. There is just so much you can do with night photography.. great fun.



    And one more from the same night.. a structure next to the gate of an old ranch. One LED was placed inside the structure with a green gel.

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    Nice work with the light painting and agree that it is great fun being out and about at night with a camera and a tripod.

    The two house shots above were taken after first opening the shutter and a few of us walking around the back of the house shining some flashlights in the back windows for a period of time during the exposures.

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    West Point Lighthouse Beach, Discovery Park, Seattle, WA



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    Steel Wool on the Beach, West Point Lighthouse Beach, Discovery Park, Seattle, WA



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    Jim,

    Those Caprock Canyon photos are exquisite. Either that or I really have an amazing monitor.

    I like the use of light in the other two photos as well, especially the first one.

    Thanks for sharing these works.

    Elliot

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot View Post
    Jim,

    Those Caprock Canyon photos are exquisite. Either that or I really have an amazing monitor.

    I like the use of light in the other two photos as well, especially the first one.

    Thanks for sharing these works.

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    Thanks, Elliot.. I've just started doing night photography in the last three months or so Caprock Canyon has wonderful dark skies and great terrestrial features to use in the foreground. The light painting this weekend was my first attempt and I kept it simple. Hope to get out this weekend and do some more.

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    My next-door neighbor is home-improving...first two: 43mm, second two 77mm.
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