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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Thanks Jono!

    Yes they are... very quickly... the older one is shedding teeth like a winter coat

    Thank you!

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    Nice shots again Shelby!

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    I'm sure there must be a funny caption for this

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    I'm sure there must be a funny caption for this


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    By the way, there is a special discount for the forum members Might keep you from buying new gear for a while, and will give you extra points with your other halves

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
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    Edward,

    Wow, love the clarity in this jewelry shot, very nice. Which lens?

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    Really nice Edward... is this with the 135 and a close-up lens (or just a crop?)? The bokeh is so smooth and consistent. It also appears that you've refined your post work a bit. Work that generally looks great is even better with this shot.

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    Thanks Wayne and Shelby! It's actually the 100 macro at 1:1, f/9.0 I think.
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    Inspired by Albert's Colorado shots....a first humble pano attempt... reduced to 2560 pixels wide.


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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
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    Nah... she'll just sell it to buy a new scooter. The red Fino was stolen yesterday

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Took the A900 to a "war on the line" nostalgia trip at a local railway station over the week-end. It was good to see some younger types getting into the spirit of things and a great time had by all. All with the ZA24-70. A very contrasty light but the Sony seemed to cope quite well I thought.
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    Hi Dave
    I'm not sure how many other characteristics Churchill has . . but he certainly looked like he'd had a pint or two!

    We just got to Cornwall:


    Arriving at Brane Farm: (24-105)


    The Clay pit on Bartinney (24-105)


    contemplating the eternal verities: (24-105)


    Campion and sunset (135)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nah... she'll just sell it to buy a new scooter. The red Fino was stolen yesterday
    Will you get a lift on the scooter? It might be a more interesting deal than the new windows down here

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Will you get a lift on the scooter? It might be a more interesting deal than the new windows down here
    She's hereby grounded. Only taxi for her from now on. Much safer and much cheaper

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    Jono and Dave... nice stuff.

    Couple from a senior high-school session last night... with the requisite skin smoothing. A900 is a mean portrait camera!















    Cheers!
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Nice work Shelby. Have you got a favorite lens yet?
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    Shelby,
    great shots as usual. What lense?

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    no leaps



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    Georg: Your Ireland shots are tormenting me no end..... I am planning on going back there, maybe this fall (first time for me in fall) is October too late for decent weather? The absence of tourists will be a blessing, i bet Donegal will be empty! -Josef
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    Hi Josef,

    I gave up on listening to the weatherforcast a long time ago. I learned that there is no bad weather in Ireland, only bad clothing. Last year was exceptionally bad, we had about 2 weeks sunshine in one go in April, and that was it for the rest of the year, the summer was literally non existant.

    If memory serves the past 5 years, October months were quite all right, even with very pleasant days and still warm. As you probably know, 4 seasons in a day is nothing too unusual.

    I like october a lot. The turf has long been hauled in, it is this time of the year where it can get quite chilly already, and coming home from a long walk with my dog, the smell of a turf fire, a hot whiskey with cloves, brown sugar and lemon, hard to beat in my little world. Of course, if we are lucky october can be exceptional, particulary because the llight is not harsh anymore, and the rapid change of seasons provides us occaisonally with outstanding views. I like it a lot to go to Dunlewy Heritage Center (Do you know it?) right at the foot of Errigal flanking Glenveagh. Usually there is very little traffic there at this time of the year, and the old and massive open fire in the dining sure is lit. The noises of the tourists are nothing but a distant memory, and the ancient spirits have settled back in there. You nearly can hear the old wooden bars mumbling " awwwww, peace again.... " It is a special treat to sit there nearly all by yourself, watch the donkeys and the other animals outside doing their thing, have some coffee, read a book, or just let the thoughts wander to distant places and memories.

    If you are coming to Donegal, let me know, I should have some time in middle of October and we could hook up for a pint.

    I enjoyed your site a lot Josef!


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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Shelby.........these portraits are just stunning.........so is your model!! I would also like to know which lens you were using, has a ZA135 look about it.
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    A few from yesterday... all with the 135 f1.8.

    The pano was 28 images (2 rows) took the comp 6 hours to stitch it with PTGUI A900 has beautiful files but boy are they big!
    The stitch finished up at a native 36" x 125" at 300 dpi

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Holy Moly Albert, those are 3D to the max ... looks like you could tilt your head and look behind the subject.

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    Wonderful Albert
    Have you printed it? and if so how?
    I guess you could get away with 180dpi hmmm sounds like around 20ft long (and you'd still be able to look at it with a loupe).

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    Love it!

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    Wonderful Albert! I would just love to see the final print. What paper would you print it on.....I guess roll paper? Who needs MFDB with this quality of file?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Holy Moly Albert, those are 3D to the max ... looks like you could tilt your head and look behind the subject.
    Those A900 files are amazing aren't they?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Wonderful Albert
    Have you printed it? and if so how?
    I guess you could get away with 180dpi hmmm sounds like around 20ft long (and you'd still be able to look at it with a loupe).
    Hi Jono!

    Not yet no. I would go for the Epson 9800 (or better) so I could print it on 44" wide paper.

    Yeah... the detail is just remarkable

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhsimmonds View Post
    Wonderful Albert! I would just love to see the final print. What paper would you print it on.....I guess roll paper? Who needs MFDB with this quality of file?
    Hi Dave!

    Yes, Epson Premium Luster roll paper. Although a 3 panel pano printed on canvas in a gallery wrap might look pretty good also!

    Yes... if we can stitch... depending on subject and weather conditions... we can blow away MF digtal backs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post


    Love it!
    Thanks Georg!

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    Yeah, I can see that both ways Albert, Luster and framed, or a large wrap on a nice canavas. Did you ever print one of your fantastic panos on Epson Ultrasmooth Fine Art Paper by chance?

    Folks, on a side note, I was very taken by Albert's work from the first second I saw it, in fact he was instrumental in my decision to get the 135mm. When I saw his work here on the fora not more than a week ago or so, I had no doubts that there is a wealth of practise behind it, it just shows to my eyes.

    As it turned out, yeah Albert in deed has a lot of experience under his belt, and I think it is fair to say, it's in your blood buddy!

    So here you are, take a glas of burgundy, or whatever your poison, sit back and be prepared for a real treat.

    ....Dimming Lights.... Shhh the audience..... drumroll... (make sure you click on original size! Hell, I need a second 30" screen. LOL)

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    Wow... Thanks Georg

    You've gotten me all embarrassed now.

    I'm just a lowly school picture photo snapper who happens to enjoy digital photography as a hobby too

    Most importantly to me... I'm glad you really enjoyed looking at them!

    Thank you!

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    No no no.... I beg your pardon Albert.

    You are a landscape photographer by heart, mind and soul buddy. A landscape photographer who happens to make a living with school photography!

    Top notch work

    P.S. You know, doing music since the age of 10, I know when I meet a real musician!

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    I find the series so interesting to go through. When you start with the 2005 pictures, well they are awesome, regardless what you used, Nikon D200 or Kodak, Tamron Glas, Nikkor, regardless, they are just very good, and fantastic compositions.

    Then all of the sudden they get that extra brilliance and punch, as soon as you get the big Nikon with the Zeiss 85mm 1.4, the files start oozing quality.

    And then comes Albert with the alpha and Zeiss....

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    Quote Originally Posted by APY_JR View Post
    Wow... Thanks Georg

    You've gotten me all embarrassed now.

    I'm just a lowly school picture photo snapper who happens to enjoy digital photography as a hobby too

    Most importantly to me... I'm glad you really enjoyed looking at them!

    Thank you!

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    damn dude your stuff is off the hook!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!

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    Albert - the second image of the three you posted is really excellent. Everything works so nicely and it really pops. Very captivating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    I find the series so interesting to go through. When you start with the 2005 pictures, well they are awesome, regardless what you used, Nikon D200 or Kodak, Tamron Glas, Nikkor, regardless, they are just very good, and fantastic compositions.

    Then all of the sudden they get that extra brilliance and punch, as soon as you get the big Nikon with the Zeiss 85mm 1.4, the files start oozing quality.

    And then comes Albert with the alpha and Zeiss....
    Thanks again Georg, you are most kind!

    I really do see the diff with the Alpha camera. Of course the files are that much bigger to work with and I'm not ready to get a new comp just yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    damn dude your stuff is off the hook!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!
    Thanks Viablex1,

    I appreciate that very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Albert - the second image of the three you posted is really excellent. Everything works so nicely and it really pops. Very captivating.
    Hi cmb,

    Thank you very much!

    That shot was a good combination of light and bokeh as the tree was hovering on the edge of the cliff. The background was across the canyon probably 1000 ft away.
    No question the detail rendered by the 135 f1.8 has a lot to do with it also... what a great, sharp lens!

    Glad you enjoyed the shot!

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    One with the new macro 100mm lens

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    Posted this in the Sunset bar from our trip to Northern Arizona - Church Rock (about 5 miles east Kayenta), AZ)....
    5 shot vertical pano (handheld) with the 135 in blechhhh midday light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Posted this in the Sunset bar from our trip to Northern Arizona - Church Rock (about 5 miles east Kayenta), AZ)....
    5 shot vertical pano (handheld) with the 135 in blechhhh midday light.

    It's Nice TEB

    Even though it's mid-day you got some nice cloud shadows working for you in this image.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    An "Arches National Monument" pano from today....
    A900 & cz24-70mm

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    @ecsh, nice colors, is that a sony macro lense?

    @Terry, church rock, very much so. I like the shadows in the distance.

    @Albert, I wonder, not knowing this location of course, is there a night where the full moon shines right through that arch? I have this "neuro chromix" on my mind somehow. LOL

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    ... i am so envious.....
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    A few more panos from yesterday...

    This first one is 3 row of 9 images... the files are so big I'm converting them as tiffs from Capture One ver.4 at 40% original size just so I can stitch them without it taking 6-8 hrs. of computer time

    Thanks for looking!

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    original size here: http://www.pbase.com/apy_jr/image/11...3/original.jpg




    original size here: http://www.pbase.com/apy_jr/image/11...9/original.jpg


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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    @ecsh, nice colors, is that a sony macro lense?

    @Terry, church rock, very much so. I like the shadows in the distance.

    @Albert, I wonder, not knowing this location of course, is there a night where the full moon shines right through that arch? I have this "neuro chromix" on my mind somehow. LOL
    Hi Georg!

    Oh I'm sure it could be timed right to do just that It's a 2 hour drive though so you better know weather conditions as well. Be a shame to drive all that way and have clouds spoil your plan

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    Georg
    Yes, the Sony 100. I read alot of iffy reviews on the lens, but figured i would give it a shot. Turns out really nice colours. No PP on the pic, just converted from Raw to jpeg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    ... i am so envious.....
    Silly - we're all jealous of your sparkling photos.

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    Hi all.
    I bought my a900 , because I sold all my M8 system for sight problems , ( I have nistagmus ) so focus was a great problem in situations were I needed to be quick , and lost a lot of shots for hat .
    So I took the decision of changing to autofocus , and after looking at what there was , and because I had an a700 , I chose a900 and CZ .

    So after the introduction the point is , this weekend I got the bike and went out to enjoy the camera and I am absolutely thrilled and so happy , and now I am sure I did the right thing .

    here are some of the first

    cheers

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