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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Some photos of the Oriente train station designed by Calatrava at Lisbon.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    More from Lisbon.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Man, I am just loving this camera! Here's a handful from the last few days:

    Peppers at Coombs Market, Van Is, BC.
    NEX 7 with Sigma 30mm f2.8
    Attachment 64180

    Englishman River Falls, Van Is, BC.
    NEX 7 with Sony 55-210mm f4.5-6.3
    Attachment 64181

    Ladysmith Marina, Van Is, BC.
    NEX 7 with Voigtländer 12mm f5.6
    Attachment 64179

    Glassware at Coombs Market, Van Is, BC.
    NEX 7 with Sony 50mm f1.8
    Attachment 64182

    Jack Point Colour, Van Is, BC.
    NEX 7 with Sony 55-210mm f4.5-6.3
    Attachment 64183

    Obligatory Cat Photo
    (My daughter's cat, Fawkes, wearing "the Cone of Shame")
    NEX 7 with Voigtländer 50mm f1.5
    Attachment 64178

    More on my website.

    Cheers,
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    M Driscoll, love your two B&W
    Pingnang, great portraits!
    Micheil, your fist shot of the train station makes me go green with envy. Not hta the third one is exactly bad either!

    Meanwhile, trying things out with my Summilux 50

    _DSC9421-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr
    [IMG] _DSC9430-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Love the first one Philber, but I am a sucker for symmetry

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

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    Some photos of the Oriente train station designed by Calatrava at Lisbon.

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    Lots of similarity to BCE or Brookfield Place in Toronto - by the same architect. I think you have seen it in reality as well as my many posts. Very interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
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    Lots of similarity to BCE or Brookfield Place in Toronto - by the same architect. I think you have seen it in reality as well as my many posts. Very interesting

    Keith
    I was in Toronto a few times but never got to see the Brookfield Place. My family never mentioned it to me and I didn't know about at the time.

    He is one of or my favourite architect. All his work is related to nature. Very interesting.

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    Sorry to say, Michiel, but I don't understand why your love of symmetry did not move you to stand right in the middle of the tracks in Calatrava station...

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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    Sorry to say, Michiel, but I don't understand why your love of symmetry did not move you to stand right in the middle of the tracks in Calatrava station...
    Now in another thread somebody said I am on fire and you want me on a train track. What is the matter with you guys? Don't you like me or something?

    Here are two ceilings from Lissabon. I was laying on the ground, so people could run over me

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    An old lady passing by an Art Deco church in Lisbon.

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    Absolutely love your first ceiling and your old lady, Michiel!!!
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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    My son's friend's birthday party. Birthday boy on the hose.

    NEX 7 + ZM 50 f2



    The young fella at the party.

    NEX 7 + ZM 50 f2

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    3 church shots with the 50 'Lux wide open. f:1.4 really helps when handheld is the only option.

    [IMG] _DSC9480-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG] _DSC9506-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr[/IMG]


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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Well done Philber!
    I often use a little table tripod on the floor with the selftimer in churches. Great for cealings. I got no objections this far. But then it is handy to have AF like with my two Sigma lenses for Sony. I think you should buy them as well, they are really good and so cheap as well. (especially compared to a 50 lux )

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Some more from Lisbon.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Lisbon


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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    And a Fado singer!

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    Wow! Great church shot, Michiel!

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    Thank you, Phillipe! It is the Arco da rua Augusto. An Arc.
    Here is the elevator made by a pupil of Gustave Eiffel. Forgot the name.
    Handheld and quiet dark.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Waiting for the bus in Lisbon.

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    Night shot from Lissabon.

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    nex-7 g90 sonnar

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    Near Commercial St., Bangalore, India

    Nex 7; 16mm f/2.8; 1/60s @ f/8; ISO 200


    Nex 7; 24mm f/1.8; 1/1600s @ f/2.2; ISO 100


    Nex 7; 24mm f/1.8; 1/800s @ f/2.2; ISO 100


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    Advertisement for Amalia Rodriquez in Lisbon. (from a different angle)

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Here's a few new images from the last week.

    White Rock, BC, NEX 7 & Voigtländer 75mm f2.5
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    B&W Study, Aldergrove, BC, NEX 7 & Voigtländer 90mm f3.5
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    White Rock, BC, NEX 7 & Voigtländer 75mm f2.5
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    Fall Leaves, Aldergrove, BC, NEX 7 & Voigtländer 90mm f3.5
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    Cheers,
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    From today at the fair in Amsterdam.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    And without glass in between.

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    Nex-7 and G90


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    Nex7 and Leica 135 f/2.8 Elmarit-R






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    One more from the fair with this antique camera .

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Some from Vlissingen, the birthplace of Michiel Adriaensen de Ruyter.

    The English probably don't want to remember that brutal guy

    "The Raid on the Medway, sometimes called the Battle of the Medway, Raid on Chatham or the Battle of Chatham, was a successful Dutch attack on the largest English naval ships, laid up in the dockyards of their main naval base Chatham, that took place in June 1667 during the Second Anglo-Dutch War. The Dutch, under nominal command of Lieutenant-Admiral Michiel de Ruyter, bombarded and then captured the town of Sheerness, sailed up the River Thames to Gravesend, then up the River Medway to Chatham, where they burned three capital ships and ten lesser naval vessels and towed away the HMS Unity and the HMS Royal Charles, pride and normal flagship of the English fleet. The raid led to a quick end to the war and a favourable peace for the Dutch. It was the worst defeat in the Royal Navy's history."

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    A couple of snaps from India (Aug '12) processed through LR4.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    NEX-7, Sigma 30/2.8


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    Great portrait set, Cindy! With a long lens, no less!
    Love your last one, of the container vessel, Michiel!

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    Lovely images, what lens?

    Cheers,

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    The portrait is really great. Well done!
    Last edited by philber; 31st October 2012 at 00:58.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Simon, Philber, thank you for appreciating.

    All three with Noctilux 0.95/50 wide open.

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    + 1 ypamine, a lens with a lot of character!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ypamine View Post
    Simon, Philber, thank you for appreciating.

    All three with Noctilux 0.95/50 wide open.
    Frankly, I'm amazed at how much DOF there is in the portrait at that aperture. How close were you to the subject, and was this a crop? Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the images, just that I would have expected a shallower DOF.

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    Simon,

    The picture is cropped to about 75% of original size. Distance from subject may have been around 1,7m.

    The DOF seen on this image is consistent with what I got in similar other cases with the same lens. I was also surprised at first, expecting shallower DOF, but at the end I am thankful for this help, especially when shooting people that are not really posing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ypamine View Post
    Simon,

    The picture is cropped to about 75% of original size. Distance from subject may have been around 1,7m.

    The DOF seen on this image is consistent with what I got in similar other cases with the same lens. I was also surprised at first, expecting shallower DOF, but at the end I am thankful for this help, especially when shooting people that are not really posing.
    Thanks for your reply. I have to admit I'm still amazed at how much is in focus (and I see why you are delighted). I don't have a Noctilux (sold one years ago and I'm still kicking myself!), but I shoot with a CV Nokton 50mm f1.5 and I had the 50mm f1.1 Nokton too and it always seems to me that the DOF is shallower than I want (yet I still want it wide open).

    Ciao,

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    Thank you Michiel.

    I must also say that your pictures from the Lisbon train station are remarkable. I am sure that the place is impressive, but your compositions certainly add a lot to it.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    One more from Vlissingen.

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    like the concept here, a windmill next to a windfarm

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    Thanks mazur.
    Not far from there there is even a nuclear powerplant. I am not sure if it's in the frame..

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    I've never owned a camera with an articulating LCD, but I'm finding the Nex 7 screen useful. For this one I used it waist-level, like a TLR. My height makes compositions like this challenging, so really glad to have this feature.

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    John, I completely agree about the screen. Back in my Canon days I thought an articulating screen was just a gimmick, but I now find it really aids in my photography. Especially macro shots. I shoot a lot of photos with the camera down on the ground and I no longer have to lay down to keep my eye on the VF.

    On another note, here are a few recent shots from one of my favorite lenses for my 7. The Minolta MD 35/2.8.

    a cool fall day is perfect for play


    fall back


    thistles, and boy with stick

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    Quote Originally Posted by f/otographer View Post
    John, I completely agree about the screen. Back in my Canon days I thought an articulating screen was just a gimmick, but I now find it really aids in my photography. Especially macro shots. I shoot a lot of photos with the camera down on the ground and I no longer have to lay down to
    Interesting about the MD. I've got two MD 50s but no adapter. What adapter do you recommend?

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