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    Another seascape from Knokke


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    Pieter,....does that Minolta 16mm 2.8 perform better (on Sony APS) than the E16mm...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugleone View Post
    Pieter,....does that Minolta 16mm 2.8 perform better (on Sony APS) than the E16mm...?
    Unfortunately I have no experience with the E16/2.8 (with the fish-eye converter I presume) so really can't tell.

    But I do know the Minolta (and identical Sony) 16/2.8 Fish-Eye really needs full frame to shine, on APS-C. I find it a bit "meh" and there it looks more like a bad/distorted wide angle vs. a true fish-eye shot since most of the nice effect of this lens goes on around the borders of the (full) frame.

    For a proper fish-eye effect on APS-C I'd recommend a 8mm Rokinon, never used it but I saw many good examples from people who have.

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    A shot from today

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    At the Fox and Badger.
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    The Royal Crescent, Bath.
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    after the rain comes ...

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    A couple of grab-shots from Pike Place while passing through earlier this week. It's probably evident I was sailing by the musicians as I got this image but I like that the look recalls a Barnack with Elmar f3.5 more than RX1R II
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    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all! Of course for me the greatest pleasure is having family visit. Here is my son relaxing with the guitar yesterday.



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    Hello and Merry Christmas everybody!

    From a visit at " Tierpark Hagenbeck", Hamburg Germany


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    And another one from the coast, Büsum Germany


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    An overgrown family grave at the Jewish cemetery in Wroclaw


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    Nice Boxing Day hike at Great Falls Park on the Potomac above Washington, DC.

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    You can take a White Horse anywhere.
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    Cathédral Saint Nazaire, Beziers. 2015.
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    A ruin (or foundation) of a former "castle" left in the woods near to where I live. The castle was demolished to use the stones that were used to build it were worth more (and sold) then the building itself.


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    Old meets new at the Mauritshuis, The Hague.

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    Vivek,

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    Former gun stand in Fort Oelegem, part of the defense ring around Antwerp


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    Once upon a time, every schoolboy's dream job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Once upon a time, every schoolboy's dream job!
    Nice shot and I agree.

    I even fullfilled my schoolboys dream job as a volunteer fireman and engineer at a museum steam train in the eastern part of the Netherlands (Between Haaksbergen and Boekelo).
    I worked there from ~1970 until 1992, unfortunately we moved abroad then so this occupation had to stop.

    Here's a photo of myself driving back a short train from Boekelo to Haaksbergen somewhere in the early 80's (Sorry, not Sony )

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    'All the world's a playground,
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    (shown before, but sometimes I like to process things a little more philosophically!)
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    Two days ago all of our snowpack had melted away. Now it is 8 degrees F and we have a new snowpack building up. Tracks in snow were left by deer that came last night and ate the buds off our rhododendron bushes. Sony A6000M +TechArt AF adapter + Contax G 28/2.8 Biogon + OptoSigma SLB-50-1500PM PCX lens. Internal lens spacer washers removed to allow infinity focus with the PCX filter on lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Two days ago all of our snowpack had melted away. Now it is 8 degrees F and we have a new snowpack building up. Tracks in snow were left by deer that came last night and ate the buds off our rhododendron bushes. Sony A6000M + TechArt AF adapter + Contax G 28/2.8 Biogon + OptoSigma SLB-50-1500PM PCX lens. Internal lens spacer washers removed to allow infinity focus with the PCX filter on lens.

    Superb tonality! [not always achieved here!]

    Though I would have cropped out the fence—
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