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    It is actually Trouville, Michiel. Nice pic, too!
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    #1: 21 Super-Elmar
    #3: 28 Summicron-M
    #2 and #4: 12 Touit
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    I like your last B&W, Taylor!

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    Thanks Philippe! That is the LR4 "infrared" preset, at least as a starting point.

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    Philippe, you're getting closer to my house



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    Sony NEX-7 + Minolta MD Rokkor 35/1.8
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    Sony NEX 7 + Minolta PF Rokkor 58/1.4
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    Collumn of coins.

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    Here's another with the LR "infrared" preset:


    CV15

    plus a few more recents:


    21 Super-Elmar


    21 Super-Elmar


    Elmar 135/4
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    Heaven

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    Quietly waiting for the Sony A7r

    In the meantime;; The other (silent) Venice!





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    San Marco at night.

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    The Seine river at Bougival, often painted by impressionists like Sisley and Renoir. With Zeiss Touit 12mm
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    _DSC8398-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr[/IMG]

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    _DSC8395-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr
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    Venice





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    Sunset time in Le Treport, Normandy.







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    Venice

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    Nice shots from a very nice city, Michael! I haven’t been travelling that much around in my life, but Venice seems to be the only city (besides my Copenhagen) that I would like to live in for several month. It's a treasury of details, of unbelievable streets, small passages, houses, and life (despite your empty streets where you must have been up very early to avoid the 60.000 inhabitants in the old city + tourists, and perhaps in wintertime?)(and not forgetting the value of beeing in a city without cars!) where it seems that even a lifetime isn't enough to exploit it totally. I've been there perhaps 20-30 times, only stayed there for 14 days at the longest, and each time is a joy and friendly happiness to return back in.
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    Hi Thorkil, thank you

    Not as often as you but I have been in Venice many times as well. It is always possible to find quiet areas, if you leave the tourist trails. And it is true, you always find new areas, new restaurants and spots in Venice.
    I doubt that there are many original Venetians left, because so many people from al over seem live there temporarely.
    This time, besides the Art Biennale, we walked a lot around the Cannaregio area and also on the far end past the Bienale Giardini, boat stop Sant Elena.
    That is were i took most of my pictures this time and almost no tourist or any body in site I find Venice a very hard place to make an original picture because it all so well known and photographed to death.
    I very much like the way you did it in the GR thread

    Here are some from the Biennale.







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    Thanks Michiel! And very strong Picture from the Bienale (I must say, a wierd naked women beside the Palladio church at San Giorgio Maggiore! ). We went there too (my wife are coming from painters famelys both on the mother and father side, so exhibitions we just have to do...., and only on a one-day trip from San Zeno. We did spent to much time at the garden and too short a time at the Arsenale(which were far more interesting), where your Pictures are telling what we missed (and wonderfull pictures there with hairs from Africa).
    I don't know how they are counting the inhabitants, but there are surely living a certain amount of the 60.000 there, but you are right, and they perhaps ought to have restrictions, so that people that buy a flat also have to actually live there, else it will become a ghosttown and die slowly, and become an uninteresting museum(we have the same rule i Denmark to try to preserve the Towns).
    Cannaregio is nice, but we/I have spend more time in Dorsoduro. This time though I/we retrieved some very nice Places in Castello, that I had been thinking of for several years, but I couldn’t find (I tend to just walk and walk without registration on the map for later on, but somehow I tend to know some part of the town as my pocket, but it’s one big labyrinth!, and you have to carry a good map)
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    (Ps. have you tried to stay there in the wintertime? That's special! But then you will see it's not quite as dead as one would think. And Winter ....then you get this strange loneliness feeling of the town, but it's still living, and in a way it's a very beautiful period. I was there alone 14 days in marts together with a SWC
    , very nice, and very "finger-point-tingling")
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    A little late answer Thorkil I have never been there later as oktober. I should try the winter someday. I also would like to be there with fog someday. Summer can be too hot and crowded. We do walk without a map sometimes and it does not always work out well but you do see new things

    Here is some theatrecal drama from Venice.



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    I like them, Michiel, specially the last.
    Venice do something special to my mood, touching something deep in my roots. It's hard to explain. But the city is filled with different moods, and sometimes they can, some Places, even seem be that strong, that it's sort of hard to cope with, specially the lonely quarters, and specially when staying alone. But luckily there still is a lot of life a lot of Places around in town, one just have to look for them, where one can get filled up upon the mental battery's.
    And in wintertimes these strange mental appearances seems even stronger and hardstrucking.
    In Winter there were some days with fog, very very dreamingfull. It's feels like taking part in a Orson Welles movie.
    I did some Hassy SWC Pictures. I've "sold" my Imacon Flextight Precision scanner (unpacked!...hhmm) against a promise of 100 scans (while I'm not that good at computers and programs etc.), so perhaps one day I can post a couple of them.
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    ^ Looked at your work, John. Beautiful photographs and often so very well balanced and restraint.

    This one is up for print. (120 x 90 cm)

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    John: Again a very nice one! As usual I really like your B&W treatment - sublime tonality plus a thoughtful and concise composition. Bravo!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Thank you, Michiel and Hermann.

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    I haven't posted here in a while. . .some recent favorites


    21SEM


    Touit 12


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    CV35/1.2


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Hi Thorkil, thank you

    Not as often as you but I have been in Venice many times as well. It is always possible to find quiet areas, if you leave the tourist trails. And it is true, you always find new areas, new restaurants and spots in Venice.
    I doubt that there are many original Venetians left, because so many people from al over seem live there temporarely.
    This time, besides the Art Biennale, we walked a lot around the Cannaregio area and also on the far end past the Bienale Giardini, boat stop Sant Elena.
    That is were i took most of my pictures this time and almost no tourist or any body in site I find Venice a very hard place to make an original picture because it all so well known and photographed to death.
    I very much like the way you did it in the GR thread

    Here are some from the Biennale.
    Hi Michiel
    I've just posted a Venice Hasselblad SWC-Picture, Velvia 50, for you in the
    Analog Camera Forum - More and more film fun with something other than a Leica M.
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    After morning yoga, Delhi

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    ^^^Wonderful book John!


    Did some shopping today.





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    Here are some recent shots





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    So Nex 7 IS NOT DEAD! Long live Nex 7!!

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    ^^^Wonderful book John!
    Thank you, Michiel.

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    Summicron-M 28


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    So Nex 7 IS NOT DEAD! Long live Nex 7!!

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    No, but mine will begin hibernating once my A7 arrives

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    Sony NEX-7, Tokina 28/2.8, ISO 800, 1/80, f/2.8
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    Delhi, 2013. Nex 7 / Sigma 19

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    Delhi, 2013. Nex 7 / Sigma 19
    John: A very compelling and powerful picture. Like your former series from India highly empathetic and it conveys an authentic impression of this country and its humans/society to me. Thanks for sharing!

    Also I really like your new book.
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    John: A very compelling and powerful picture. Like your former series from India highly empathetic and it conveys an authentic impression of this country and its humans/society to me. Thanks for sharing!

    Also I really like your new book.
    Thank you, Hermann. I really appreciate your kind word.

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    This photo reminds me so much of a Bruegel painting. A wonderful color palette and interesting arrangement. Really nice.

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    Where are all you Nex 7 owners? Maybe your Nex has been orphaned by an A7 or A7r?

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    Where are all you Nex 7 owners? Maybe your Nex has been orphaned by an A7 or A7r?

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    Mine was orphaned by NEX-6.

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    Festival of lights, New Plymouth, NZ
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    Where are all you Nex 7 owners? Maybe your Nex has been orphaned by an A7 or A7r?

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    Yep, my Nex-7 has been pretty idle since I got my A7. The thread has really slowed down! I even still have posts on the last page here.

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    The GR has pretty much sidelined my Nex 7. But I still use it sometimes, especially with the Sony 50. I'm eager to see what the A7000 offers, how it's priced, and especially if they offer a non-AA version.

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