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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Jim,
    Congrats! From this small snippet the camera really seems to suit you well. Once I get back to SF this weekend I will venture into the the Mardi Gras book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    I received my K5 three days before I left for Mardi Gras and am still learning the camera but so far I am quite pleased. I took over 800 shots at Mardi Gras using the 18-135 only even though I have the 35mm Limited... never put that one on the camera.. the 18-135 allowed more versatility.
    Still getting to know the camera but so far I am impressed and happy with what it is delivering.
    Hi Jim,

    Congrats for the new K5 kit. Excellent series of Mardi Gras portraits and beautiful shots from the auto graveyard. The 18-135 CA is unfortunate, but usually can be easily removed in raw processing. Otherwise a very nice lens for the K5.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post

    The K5 is a fun and well thought out camera. I must say that the 18-135 suffers from some pretty bad CA at times and with a UV filter on it there is very bad vignetting at 135mm. The 35mm/macro is a little jewel but in New Orleans it did not fit for what I needed to do.
    HI Jim
    Glad it's going well. I must say, the CA is my only problem with the 18-135, otherwise it's better than one should expect from such a wide ranging zoom. I've been in France for 10 days with just the M9, so it'll be interesting to get back to the K5 after a break.

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    Wow jim, some beautiful photos that you've posted, my favourites are the 1st Autograve yard one you've posted (for some reason I've always thought that photos involving urban decay/rust or old/retro look very cool, yours does indeed :-) hope that makes sense!) Also love the one directly above with the Red haired lady - her blue eyes drew me in and kept my attention really well. I just wish there were more celebrations like that closer to where I am in the UK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A couple more beach shots taken with the K5+70mm limited on our recent trip to PR.
    I am from PR myself and when I saw your last shot, I was wondering where on Earth in Puerto Rico was that :-)

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    A few from me, though I'm supposed to be essay writing for Monday All with the FA31 and processed in LR3 for once - normally I'm pretty lazy and use the out of cam jpgs which are very good, though the bright sun made me work hard in PP today

    My uni's (Keele) library:

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    I was meant to be shooting landscapes in the beautiful weather but I caught this little guys attention, and he caught mine too. A pony who I seem to drive past occassionally near univerisity. As he was walking closer to me:

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    This was as close as we could get to eachother due to a barbed-wire fence, it was as if he wanted me to pet him, though my hands were ice cold so i didn't.. didnt want to startle him

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    This got washed out abit by the sun (which was behind the pony), so i tried to make the most of it in LR3...

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    I underexposed this by about a stop originally to get around the bright sun, worked a treat due to the K5's impressive Raw files:

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    The black and white pony had a friend, who was pretty shy and looked on cautiously from a good few meters - kinda cute the was it behaved:

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    She came over briefly and I managed to snap this:

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    Part 2:

    I always drive past them on the way to university, they're always together, or not too far :-) Kind of cute, it shows how animals are like humans, they want company from each other. This looked very intimate to me, it seemed that they were grooming each other i think :-)

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    Finally a bit of landscape like I intended, here's them eating together:

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    Any C&C very welcome - especially on my composition which I'm particularly trying to improve at the moment. I think I over did the saturation a little in LR3, though i can't tell as my screen isn't colour corrected (yet lol) - at the moment leaning forward and backwards changes how saturated an image looks on my screen... pretty frustrating
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    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    I am from PR myself and when I saw your last shot, I was wondering where on Earth in Puerto Rico was that :-)

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    Hi Ricardo,

    Yes, a pretty generic looking beach shot It was in front of the Hosteria del mar hotel/Uvva restaurant at Ocean Park beach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vincechu View Post
    Part 2:

    I always drive past them on the way to university, they're always together, or not too far :-) Kind of cute, it shows how animals are like humans, they want company from each other. This looked very intimate to me, it seemed that they were grooming each other i think :-)

    Any C&C very welcome - especially on my composition which I'm particularly trying to improve at the moment. I think I over did the saturation a little in LR3, though i can't tell as my screen isn't colour corrected (yet lol) - at the moment leaning forward and backwards changes how saturated an image looks on my screen... pretty frustrating
    Vince,

    Nice pony shots. Saturation does look a bit high, but not excessive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Vince,

    Nice pony shots. Saturation does look a bit high, but not excessive.
    Thanks Carl,

    I personally think I definately over did it in 1,2,10 and 11. I had some time today around essay writing and re-did the last photo quickly:


    IMGP0858 Edit from Raw by vincechu89, on Flickr

    The colours here seem more accurate to the real scene, atleast on my screen, though I honestly can't tell - I definately need to invest in colour management asap.

    I think I want to go for a less saturated more film look in future...
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    Great set of photos Jim! I've been to your site a few times looking at the other Mardi Gras photos with your m4/3 stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Hi Ricardo,

    Yes, a pretty generic looking beach shot It was in front of the Hosteria del mar hotel/Uvva restaurant at Ocean Park beach.
    Ah no, I meant the last shot of the three- which is clearly not in Puerto Rico :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Vince, definitely like the close up horse portraits and the sense of friendship I see in the 2...
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    K5+18-135

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Okay, now I am getting some results that I really like....

    Guitar Man....










    Guitar Man in Color!






    Taken today at Pike's Place Market in Seattle...the K5 is quite an enjoyable camera, I must say...all images taken with the 31 and 77 FA primes...most of these are 77 FA shots, fairly close to wide open...
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    A few other portraits and people shots from the week-end

    40 DA:


    31 FA






    77 FA


    Home with a view..


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    Ashwin,

    Great shots, I particularly like the first guitar player in B&W.

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    Great photos Ashwin. Favorite was the grandma and toddler photo. Nice contrast in textures and facial expressions. The color are awesome too. Was it a RAW converted to JPG in LR3.3? Or OOC JPG?
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    Great shots Ashwin, they have a nice RF feel to them. You and Jono make this K5 look sooo tempting. Composition and framing wise, your pictures could as well have been taken with the M9. So which one is more fun?
    Selling the X1 and one M lens would give me the funds to buy a K5 with 3 nice primes decisions, decisions.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    Great shots Ashwin, they have a nice RF feel to them. You and Jono make this K5 look sooo tempting. Composition and framing wise, your pictures could as well have been taken with the M9. So which one is more fun?
    Selling the X1 and one M lens would give me the funds to buy a K5 with 3 nice primes decisions, decisions.
    Wonderful shots Ashwin - I like all of them (what kind of a surprise is that )

    As for the question retow - they're both so different that deciding which is more fun is really tough - I've just spent a week in the alps; I only wanted to take one system, and the M9 won - probably on the basis of a last minute whim.

    as for your X1 and one M lens decision - I think that's a splendid deal . . . . as long as it isn't an M lens you use a lot!

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    Great shots Ashwin, they have a nice RF feel to them. You and Jono make this K5 look sooo tempting. Composition and framing wise, your pictures could as well have been taken with the M9. So which one is more fun?
    Selling the X1 and one M lens would give me the funds to buy a K5 with 3 nice primes decisions, decisions.

    Thanks, retow! I agree that RF's have definitely affected how I see the world, and it's reflected in those K5 captures. Plus, the FA and DA glass has a similar rendering to Leica/Leitz clas...

    As for fun, gosh...hard one...Agree with Jono that it's not an easy argument. For most people, the K5 will be more fun. For me, I love the adjustment and control over the image afforded by a RF camera, so that's why the M9 became my primary system. That being said, the K-5 is one heck of a fun camera to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Wonderful shots Ashwin - I like all of them (what kind of a surprise is that )

    As for the question retow - they're both so different that deciding which is more fun is really tough - I've just spent a week in the alps; I only wanted to take one system, and the M9 won - probably on the basis of a last minute whim.

    as for your X1 and one M lens decision - I think that's a splendid deal . . . . as long as it isn't an M lens you use a lot!


    Thanks, Jono!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armanius View Post
    Great photos Ashwin. Favorite was the grandma and toddler photo. Nice contrast in textures and facial expressions. The color are awesome too. Was it a RAW converted to JPG in LR3.3? Or OOC JPG?
    Hi Armando, I only shoot RAW (or at least, I have only shot RAW so far) on the K5. All of my conversions are done in LR 3 and silver/color efex pro...

    I will have to give the in-camera jpeg engine a try sometime...
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    Ashwin,

    Great shots, I particularly like the first guitar player in B&W.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    A few more from last night...with the FA 77











    Shot indoors, low light, ISO 1600, wide open, FA 77, with editing in SEP, CEP, and LR3
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    Beautiful portraits Ashwin.
    I like the last one best.
    Very intimate.
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    Wow this threads really got lively - loving it :-)

    Ashwin - I really like your candid/street photos, I saw your india photos on your blog and they really blew my mind. Here I like the colour guitar man photo where his guitar and him, are both facing you - it feels full of life somehow. Also agree with Olli, the last photos great, very intimate :-)

    Carl you're really tempting me with the 18-135mm zoom, the IQ looks very good and sharp from what you've shared here, and the bokeh looks pretty good - heard its 9 rounded blades.

    Took delivery of a Helios 44K today, quite an interesting MF lens, I'll try and get some photos up when I can :-) Also took delivery of the Zenit Auto which it was mounted on... think i broke it though.....
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    One with the Helios 44k - 58mm f2 a bit of a mundane shot, but very smooth bokeh, I haven't got used to MF yet, so will post a few more when I have, will also try and show the psychedelic bokeh its known for too


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    I figured it was about time I added a photo here. A quick snapshot from today (a view from a friends house using my new K5 and 18-135) I'll post more as soon as I can get out to shoot a little.
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    So that's what the 40 DA can do huh (portrait of guy with that background). Interesting.

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    So that's what the 40 DA can do huh (portrait of guy with that background). Interesting.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    HI Ashwin

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few more from last night...with the FA 77






    Shot indoors, low light, ISO 1600, wide open, FA 77, with editing in SEP, CEP, and LR3
    I like these two best - splendid stuff - does that small person belong to you? (or do you belong to him?)
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    Just getting started with the K-5. Pic enclosed taken with the 70DA

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    Last edited by benroy; 19th April 2011 at 19:41.

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    Horrid grey weather her, so it's time for Tractor Porn
    It's a fergie from 1953 or 1954:


    DA 60-250


    DA 60-250


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    I figured it was about time I added a photo here. A quick snapshot from today (a view from a friends house using my new K5 and 18-135) I'll post more as soon as I can get out to shoot a little.
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    Looks like your new K5 and 18-135 are working well.
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    Just getting started with the K-5. Pic enclosed taken with the 70DA

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    Nice shot with the 70DA. Hope you enjoy using the K5.
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    A few more from last night...with the FA 77


    Shot indoors, low light, ISO 1600, wide open, FA 77, with editing in SEP, CEP, and LR3
    Ashwin,
    Nice series of family portraits.
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    Horrid grey weather her, so it's time for Tractor Porn
    It's a fergie from 1953 or 1954:
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    Nice tractor series and good looking bokeh with both lenses. We still have horrid white stuff here.
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    K5+21 limited, two from a short walk in the local park (freezing cold here today).

    Shiny red coke machine sitting in a dark, dingy corner of a park pavilion.



    Neglected house plant in park office window.

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    I have given up on the idea of a GH2, the K5 is too good.

    43mm (much better now that I have calibrated it, +10!):



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    Another with the 43mm Ltd:



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    Almost didn't notice this one was ISO 1250 ...



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    Last one for now, 43mm again:



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Wonderful photos in this thread. If I weren't shooting with Micro 4/3, I'd buy a Pentax K5, 21/3.5, and 70/2.4.

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    Square is good?



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    Amin,

    I am now lusting after the Silver Limited body. Bound to take better pictures :-)

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    Lee,

    Excellent work with the 43 limited. That lens is very sharp with beautiful bokeh.

    Square is perfect! (from an old Rolleiflex fan)
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    Wonderful photos in this thread. If I weren't shooting with Micro 4/3, I'd buy a Pentax K5, 21/3.5, and 70/2.4.
    me to Amin.....

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    Wonderful photos in this thread. If I weren't shooting with Micro 4/3, I'd buy a Pentax K5, 21/3.5, and 70/2.4.
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    me to Amin.....
    Hmmm, well I never! two best mates in the same situation. . . . . but it isn't the camera - even if the K5 is very nice.

    all the best to both of you.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    I have given up on the idea of a GH2, the K5 is too good.

    43mm (much better now that I have calibrated it, +10!):



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    Lee, lots of lovely pictures, I like this one best . . . . now I need that 43 dammit!

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