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    Marc,

    Nice shots and processing!
    Any chance to see the original A900 color shots out of the camera before all the processing? I am assuming that both the color shots above are from the A900?

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    Ok, speaking of BW conversions, here is one from one of my color shots at Las Golandrinas, converted to BW. I don't honestly know which one I like better, different feelings to each one.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by wayne_s View Post
    Marc,

    Nice shots and processing!
    Any chance to see the original A900 color shots out of the camera before all the processing? I am assuming that both the color shots above are from the A900?
    No problem Wayne. Here is one of them. The original was shot available light with the 85/1.4 @ f/1.4 This version posted here is straight out of Lightroom as a ProRGB 16 bit Tiff 360 ppi original file ... then converted to sRGB, 8 bit resized to 1000 pixels with no sharpening except the default I have set in LR. No Photoshop work.

    Compared to the final one that I posted above where I toned the red back a bit, as I found the flowers distracting and her skin tone more red than it really was in this version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    No problem Wayne. Here is one of them. The original was shot available light with the 85/1.4 @ f/1.4 This version posted here is straight out of Lightroom as a ProRGB 16 bit Tiff 360 ppi original file ... then converted to sRGB, 8 bit resized to 1000 pixels with no sharpening except the default I have set in LR. No Photoshop work.

    Compared to the final one that I posted above where I toned the red back a bit, as I found the flowers distracting and her skin tone more red than it really was in this version.
    Cool, Thanks alot Marc!
    Are you doing your coversions to B&W in LR or PS?
    If LR, do you have your own LR presets for B&W shots for the Leica and for the Sony. Or do you start off with one of the general presets like B&W White High Contrast and modify it slightly? Have you tried Silver Efex Pro, even though it looks like you don't need it?

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    Shelby,
    Nice B&W wedding shots! Like the "Guest of Honor", very nice.

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    I've really enjoyed the conversions from Nik Silver Efex Pro.

    Great B&W plugin (CS3 & 4) and plenty of presets to get you started at the click of a button.

    Albert



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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by wayne_s View Post
    Cool, Thanks a lot Marc!
    Are you doing your conversions to B&W in LR or PS?
    If LR, do you have your own LR presets for B&W shots for the Leica and for the Sony. Or do you start off with one of the general presets like B&W White High Contrast and modify it slightly? Have you tried Silver Efex Pro, even though it looks like you don't need it?
    Wayne, workflow for weddings tends to be more speed centric, and I find LR to be the swiftest solution with the least over-all compromises. I dump all the images from all cameras used (sometimes including my assistant's Canon 5D) into one "time synced" file in Lightroom ... which allows me to use different camera's at will yet, keep the sequence of the day.

    My "speed objective" is to say out of other post programs as much as possible.

    Because Lightroom V2.4 has some very useful tools (like the grad tool with effects), I often use it for B&W ... either the straight desaturate slider & strong contrast selector (which often works for Leica and Nikon files), or the Greyscale and use the color sliders to help separate the tones ... which is often helpful with the A900 files. Sometimes the presets work, but require tweaking anyway, so I just do it myself as described above.

    Does Nik Silver Effects have a preset plug-in for LR? I'd consider it if it did.

    I already have Nik Define 2 in PS, and will open a noisy shot in PS to work on it ... which I can do directly out of LR, but it's a step I'd rather not do very often ... and I do a lot of B&W conversions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Wayne, workflow for weddings tends to be more speed centric, and I find LR to be the swiftest solution with the least over-all compromises. I dump all the images from all cameras used (sometimes including my assistant's Canon 5D) into one "time synced" file in Lightroom ... which allows me to use different camera's at will yet, keep the sequence of the day.

    My "speed objective" is to say out of other post programs as much as possible.

    Because Lightroom V2.4 has some very useful tools (like the grad tool with effects), I often use it for B&W ... either the straight desaturate slider & strong contrast selector (which often works for Leica and Nikon files), or the Greyscale and use the color sliders to help separate the tones ... which is often helpful with the A900 files. Sometimes the presets work, but require tweaking anyway, so I just do it myself as described above.

    Does Nik Silver Effects have a preset plug-in for LR? I'd consider it if it did.

    I already have Nik Define 2 in PS, and will open a noisy shot in PS to work on it ... which I can do directly out of LR, but it's a step I'd rather not do very often ... and I do a lot of B&W conversions.
    Hi Marc,

    You can choose from the installation menu whether to install Silver Efex Pro into PS, Lightroom or Aperture.

    Here's a link to the Nik page where you can peruse the various manuals.

    http://www.niksoftware.com/silverefe...o/styles.shtml

    I also found while I was there that Nik has created a bunch more presets for the program that can be downloaded and imported also Very cool!

    Albert

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    Quote Originally Posted by APY_JR View Post
    Hi Marc,

    You can choose from the installation menu whether to install Silver Efex Pro into PS, Lightroom or Aperture.

    Here's a link to the Nik page where you can peruse the various manuals.

    http://www.niksoftware.com/silverefe...o/styles.shtml

    I also found while I was there that Nik has created a bunch more presets for the program that can be downloaded and imported also Very cool!

    Albert
    Albert,

    I loaded my version for PS. But I am wondering if I can load it for LR2 and have the software work for both PS and LR2?
    Nice B&W portrait. Which preset did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by APY_JR View Post
    Hi Marc,

    You can choose from the installation menu whether to install Silver Efex Pro into PS, Lightroom or Aperture.

    Here's a link to the Nik page where you can peruse the various manuals.

    http://www.niksoftware.com/silverefe...o/styles.shtml

    I also found while I was there that Nik has created a bunch more presets for the program that can be downloaded and imported also Very cool!

    Albert
    But the neat thing is you pay only once and get to use it in all three programs if you desire.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    mark
    just saw you pics, love 2, 4 and the last two, especially the ceegar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne_s View Post
    Albert,

    I loaded my version for PS. But I am wondering if I can load it for LR2 and have the software work for both PS and LR2?
    Nice B&W portrait. Which preset did you use?
    Thanks Wayne!

    That was Push Process N+1

    Woody,

    Great news! I have Lightroom but have never learned to use it yet
    I hope it's the same with all the other plugins they have (ColorEfex Pro 3.0, Viveza) 'cause I have a slew of them.

    Albert

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    A day in the life of New Mexico....... my new Sony A900.... at Las Trampas Church....

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    I may be a little late to join the fun, and I hope that some simple flower pictures aren't too boring, but I would like to share some of my favorite A900 shots. These were taken with a mix of the classic "big beercan" and the modern 70-300G. No color PP.. the a900 did such a nice job in the first place.

    The color and quality possible from this camera just continue to blow me away. These shots look amazing printed at 20x24 and 20x30..

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    I agree, Madcat, the colors right out of the camera are superb!

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    Did a shoot on a beautiful lady today with CZ135 and A900. This is my second outing with the lens. Eventhough the lens filter ring rattling, but the image is so sharp, it is scary when look at 100%. Thanks Shelby for the lens.

    Critics/comments are always welcome.




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    I use the 135 more for this than my 85. The 135 is tack sharp.

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    Very nice Panyawong!

    Pretty girl and beautiful set... white really sets her off well!

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Panyawong, first image is oustanding. However IMHO the positioning of the hand does not work.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Panyawong.

    Great pictures, all of them are excellent in all aspects.
    Thanks for posting, I would like to see more of your work.

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    Thanks all for your comments.

    Albert, her white intricate dress is really beautiful on her with the diffused window light and white hall way. It shows off her smooth tan skin.

    Tex, I agree with your comment on her hand. I did feel that when taking the shot as well. If you have other suggestion on how to position it, please let me know.

    LoSenior, I am a newby on formal portrait photography and will definitely post more. You can see my other works in photo.net.

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    Some portraits with the a900 and Min 100mm f2

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    new try

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    Sony W300 shot.

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    Today I came across a couple of rattlesnakes close to my home - Massassauga Rattlers, endangered and quite rare.

    Here is "Rattlesnake Folds" taken with the a900 and Sigma 70 mm macro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsh View Post
    I use the 135 more for this than my 85. The 135 is tack sharp.
    Which do you find sharper, CZ 135 or CZ 85?

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    A bit of fun at the Ski club today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Today I came across a couple of rattlesnakes close to my home - Massassauga Rattlers, endangered and quite rare.

    Here is "Rattlesnake Folds" taken with the a900 and Sigma 70 mm macro.

    Attachment 20394
    I would need to use my 400mm if I encountered any snakes Bill.

    I must say they do look nice though.
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    A bit of fun at the Ski club today.
    Way kewl David! Love it

    Reminds me of a shot I did a few years ago on the Kodak

    http://www.pbase.com/apy_jr/image/35989240/large

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Hey Albert, I must have been copying your style :-)

    Another sunny day here in Scotland, but I have to do some work today.

    Maybe get the camera out on the way back.

    Cheers

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    From a headshot shoot with the owners of a Colorado-based counseling and wellness practice. With the Minolta 35-70/4, processed in C1.



    Hmmm ... seems to lack sharpness and color depth here, not sure why.
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    looks great on my monitor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post


    A bit of fun at the Ski club today.
    Wow David!

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    Quote Originally Posted by APY_JR View Post
    Way kewl David! Love it

    Reminds me of a shot I did a few years ago on the Kodak

    http://www.pbase.com/apy_jr/image/35989240/large

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Hi Albert !

    Your "4 Wheeler" is some action shot!
    Wow!

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    Oops, checked the metadata, shot with a Leica 90/2.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill_Green View Post
    From a headshot shoot with the owners of a Colorado-based counseling and wellness practice. With the Minolta 35-70/4, processed in C1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilgameshist View Post
    Hi Albert !

    Your "4 Wheeler" is some action shot!
    Wow!

    MG
    Thanks MG!

    Too bad it wasn't with the A900 or would have really popped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill_Green View Post
    From a headshot shoot with the owners of a Colorado-based counseling and wellness practice. With the Minolta 35-70/4, processed in C1.



    Hmmm ... seems to lack sharpness and color depth here, not sure why.
    It looks great to me Bill.... plenty sharp enough! Great color!

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    Finally taking some actual pictures instead of test targets, fiddling with settings, etc. This is a friend from work and his pride and joy. Sony a900, fourth is 28-135 f4-4.5 @ 30mm, rest are Minolta 20 f2.8. Processed from RAW with Raw Therapee.











    The above contains a self-portrait(100% crop):





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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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    Albert,

    Your galleries are awesome. I absolutely love that area. Do you live in Grand Junction? My sister lives there and I spent 10 days there in July. I just got my a900 a few days before I went. I got some good pictures but no where near the quality of yours. I definitely won't be posting. You are a master.
    I am seriously thinking of moving there depending on if I can find a job. The different scenic areas within a few hours drive of GJ definitely feed your soul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Anderson View Post
    Finally taking some actual pictures instead of test targets, fiddling with settings, etc. This is a friend from work and his pride and joy. Sony a900, fourth is 28-135 f4-4.5 @ 30mm, rest are Minolta 20 f2.8. Processed from RAW with Raw Therapee.











    The above contains a self-portrait(100% crop):





    Great shots!
    Funny, I saw this exact car parked when I was taking my dog for a walk and thought about how nice it would be to take some shots of it.
    The car is in very nice condition, fantastic paint job.
    Thanks for sharing your shots, I am sure the owner liked them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne_s View Post
    Great shots!
    Funny, I saw this exact car parked when I was taking my dog for a walk and thought about how nice it would be to take some shots of it.
    The car is in very nice condition, fantastic paint job.
    Thanks for sharing your shots, I am sure the owner liked them.
    Thanks for the feedback. He hasn't seen them yet, since I did not have a CF reader or the mini-usb cable with me at the time but he did point me to a number of other shots that have been posted to the web -- all P&S. I think that worked out for the best since these did need some PP to look their best. I think he'll be pleased.

    Oh, and greetings to another local...
    α900+VG|F20|2xF58|16-35,24-70,135Z|STF|70-400G|50,85 1.4|16,20,28,100M,80-200APO f/2.8|28-135|500f/8|1x-3xMacro|2xMFC-1000|Tiltall+RRS, Bellows, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_Anderson View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. He hasn't seen them yet, since I did not have a CF reader or the mini-usb cable with me at the time but he did point me to a number of other shots that have been posted to the web -- all P&S. I think that worked out for the best since these did need some PP to look their best. I think he'll be pleased.

    Oh, and greetings to another local...
    By the way, Dave, what you did on DPR is shameless
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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
    By the way, Dave, what you did on DPR is shameless
    Yes, it is -- 100%.

    For some reason, reading the stuff flying around the lyrics from that old song by The Tubes popped into my head, and the rest is history.

    This may be a sign that I have too much time on my hands...
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    hi everybody,
    my name is wolfger, Im from Austria and new to this forum.
    The pictures presented here are really amazing.
    So I give it a try and would like to introduce myself to this board with this portrait of my father in law:
    A700, CZ 135, f3.2


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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcnickle View Post
    Albert,

    Your galleries are awesome. I absolutely love that area. Do you live in Grand Junction? My sister lives there and I spent 10 days there in July. I just got my a900 a few days before I went. I got some good pictures but no where near the quality of yours. I definitely won't be posting. You are a master.
    I am seriously thinking of moving there depending on if I can find a job. The different scenic areas within a few hours drive of GJ definitely feed your soul.

    Denise
    Thanks so much Denise... I'm truly flattered! Really glad you enjoyed the galleries

    Yes... I have lived here for almost 40 years now (before that I was a Durango kid)... and it's really a great starting point to a lot of great photographic areas around the Southwest.

    I'm sure you got some great images while you were here... please post 'em! I for one would love to see them as well as the others!

    Interesting that your sister lives here
    Tough economy here right now (as is the rest of the country) but if you are in the medical field I'm sure you'll be able find something!

    Where abouts are you from?

    Thanks again!

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    Created by my "almost 7" year old daughter on a "paper towel".
    I thought these were outstanding.... but what do I know... I'm her dad

    These were with the Sony A900 and CZ 100mm Makro-Planar 2/100 ZF lens with a "Nikon to Sony" glassless adapter.

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    A very warm welcome Wolfger, that is a nice strong portrait showing lots of character.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfgerb View Post
    hi everybody,
    my name is wolfger, Im from Austria and new to this forum.
    The pictures presented here are really amazing.
    So I give it a try and would like to introduce myself to this board with this portrait of my father in law:
    A700, CZ 135, f3.2

    David Anderson

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    Welcome Wolfger!

    Great shot and welcome aboard!

    One from today.... with A900 & Zeiss 24-70.

    Albert


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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Al, wow, everybody is smiling!

    What was your trick?

    The A900/Zeiss lenses produce some beautiful colors.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Tex View Post
    Al, wow, everybody is smiling!

    What was your trick?

    The A900/Zeiss lenses produce some beautiful colors.
    Hi Tex!

    I'm a "yapper"

    Always talkin'... crackin' jokes... just enjoying people in general

    I count to 3 and have them say "money" or "peaches" or "I love my kids"
    end on the "E" sound

    Thank you!

    Albert

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Great shots everyone. I especially like the landscape with the shadows on the front page. Props!

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