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    Castle Middachten, De Steeg (near Arnhem) in the Netherlands


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    Homage to William Henry Fox Talbot

    Firefoot the Rocking Horse at Lacock Abbey (BLENCOMO colour with platinum toned monochrome)...please see original https://talbot.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/sea...6-eadfc9ee47d8
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    Sphinx on double columns at Lacock Abbey (2019)...please see original (1840) https://talbot.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/sea...5-5590896ee3eb










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    Lone Ranch Beach, Oregon. Sony A7rlll, 16-35mm GM Click image for larger version. 

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    Another close-up (ancient 10mm diameter 12V bulb). 60mm Macro Elmarit-R plus Macro Adapter on A7III. Hand-held, ISO 8000.

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    I love the bright colors and the way the light hit this house and hydrangeas in the afternoon. Shot with the Sony 55/1.8:


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    Another outing with the tiny RX100M6. Experimenting with AF settings and shot all of these in CF mode with lock-on center. Better hit rate compared to single AF center.













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    Another one from my visit to castle Middachten in De Steeg (Netherlands)


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    Small delights at Westonbirt Arboretum today. Hydrangea duo & intriguingly named Bladder Nuts (Staphylea pinnata) . A6500, ZA 16-70mm f4.

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    Bandon Beach, Oregon. Sony A7rlll, 16-35mm GM. Click image for larger version. 

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    Castle Middachten, De Steeg (near Arnhem) in the Netherlands

    A7ii + Leica Elmarit 90/2.8, pano of 5 handheld vertical shots, stitched in LR[/SIZE]
    Great image, beautifully stitched together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cerett View Post
    Great image, beautifully stitched together.
    Thanks, when I do handheld panos (didn't have a tripod with me) I take plenty of overlap between the shots (~1/2 frame or even more) and I found that LR does a good job then, with too little overlap (< 1/3 frame) you start running the risk of seeing strange artifacts and stitching errors.
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    The colours they are a'changing... A6500, ZA 16-70 f4.

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    My wife pointed out that a pair of wood pigeons had nested in our spindly crab-apple tree, so I just went out to have a look. Very surprisingly, yes they have - presumably (given the time of year) raising a second brood. Am even more surprised that it is only now that we have realised they have nested there! A7III, FE 70-20 f4 G.

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    Tamron 17-28:


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    Another experiment from Middachten, a vertical pano of 4 handheld landscape oriented shots, stitched in LR.


    A7 + Leica Summaron 35/2.8


    I was travelling with only two lenses (35 & 90 mm) which is great for my back, especially during this extremely warm day (~38 deg C)

    So if your lens isn't wide enough just stitch, and if it's not long enough crop, allthough the latter will deteriorate IQ at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Another experiment from Middachten, a vertical pano of 4 handheld landscape oriented shots, stitched in LR.


    A7 + Leica Summaron 35/2.8


    I was travelling with only two lenses (35 & 90 mm) which is great for my back, especially during this extremely warm day (~38 deg C)

    So if your lens isn't wide enough just stitch, and if it's not long enough crop, allthough the latter will deteriorate IQ at some point.
    Thanks Pieter. Where do you have the focus point and why?
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Thanks Pieter. Where do you have the focus point and why?
    I think for all four shots I focussed somewhere halfway in the patch waterlilies near the castle and used f8 or f11 for a large dof. If I look at my individual images everything from the nearest waterlily to the building is pin-sharp. Only the trees in the far background might be a tad soft, but you can still see individual leaves and branches. If there would have been less light I probably should have used a larger aperture and a tripod, so I could refocus every shot, but fortunately there was enough light and my exposure was somewhere near the "sunny 16" rule.
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    Another experiment from Middachten, a vertical pano of 4 handheld landscape oriented shots, stitched in LR.

    A7 + Leica Summaron 35/2.8

    Interesting to see such an excellent result from the 35mm Summaron f2.8 on an A7 (mine usually resides on my 0.58 VF MP). Have yet to try any serious work with mine (on A7III) - but they make a handsome pairing.

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    Hi Keith, I agree it's a neat little lens and center sharpness is excellent. However to get decent corners on my A7 and A7ii I need to stop down to f8, but usually that's not a problem for me. For lower light 35 mm needs I also have a (much bigger and heavier) Voigtländer Nokton 35/1.2 II which is usable to much larger apertures on an A7(ii).
    I'll be looking forward to your results with it on the A7iii, which is again a next generation sensor vs. my A7(ii)
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    When the sky gets darker than the ground below (Ardennes)


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    Sunset, the southern mountain, Mountain Heng, Hengyang City, Hunan Province, China
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    Voigtlander 15mm


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    Cedar Flats Nature Trail is a 112-acre old growth forest with some trees showing growth rings of more than 500 years. The trail is just over a mile, but the chaos is almost overwhelming.

    Sony ILCE-7RM3 FE 85mm F1.4 GM ƒ/2.8 1/20 sec ISO 100

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    Ye Olde Towne Hall. A7III, 35mm Summaron f2.8.

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    By the rock
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    The Brownstone Daymark, Devon (Split Toned and Colour) 50mm Nokton f1.2 E











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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    When the sky gets darker than the ground below (Ardennes)


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    Yikes.... pics like (shiver) that should be taboo until October 31st. Hey, long time no see, hope all is good in your neck of the woods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    Yikes.... pics like (shiver) that should be taboo until October 31st. Hey, long time no see, hope all is good in your neck of the woods.
    Hi Georg, indeed long time no see. Just looked it up and your last post was from April '17.
    Glad you're back. Will you start posting photo's again? I do hope so since I enjoyed your shots a lot in the past.

    And sorry to give you the shivers, I sometimes process older photo's and that's how this "off season" example came to be.

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    A little offering to bring back the summer mood...
    Something that caught my eye this morning. No idea what they are, they have come under the fence from next-door. A6500, 50mm Touit f2.8.

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    Holland Waterland (somewhere on De Kaag)

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    Some mountain flowers from earlier this week (6500+18-135)




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    Roadside view. A7III, 50mm Summilux-M ASPH.

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    This afternoon with an A9 & FE 90
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    A few from a beachwalk in Westkapelle (Netherlands)

    As you can see in these images the shipping channel from Antwerp/Vlissingen (on the river Schelde) towards Rotterdam actually runs very close to the shore line.

    1: Small bay

    A7 + MC Rokkor 17/4


    2: Deep water hoisting and cable/pipelaying vessel "Aegir"

    A7ii + FE85/1.4


    3: Two other ships passing by

    A7 + Samyang FE35/2.8


    4: My two loyal companions today, patiently waiting while I am taking photos

    A7ii + FE85/1.4
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    Lanyon Quoit, Cornwall...Leica 16-21mm WATE
    Believed to be first erected 4500-5500 years ago - https://www.cornishancientsites.com/.../lanyon-quoit/





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    More bees with A9 and 90 macro


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    You're doing great with that 90 macro Shac. Love the detail and colour you get in these shots (also the ones further up)

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    Portland Headlight, Maine. A7rll, 24-70GM. Click image for larger version. 

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    Sony a7rii with 180mm (diameter) Mak-Cass telescope. My first attempt with this set up. View was spectacular, but imaging is a whole other challenge.

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    I had a recent work trip to Poland and I discovered that during my presence in the capital it was the annual Warsaw Uprising Memorial Day.

    Not knowing 'what was going to happen' and 'where', I used my common sense and explored the area around the Old Town which resulted in the below images.

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    Here are a couple of shots I took with the Tamron 17-28 this weekend amidst the redwoods:


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    Galleria Emporium in Ljubljana at night


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    Burg Bentheim (Bad Bentheim, Germany)

    1: Entrance gate

    A7ii + M-Elmarit 90/2.8 (M39)

    2: Tower

    A7ii + M-Elmarit 90/2.8 (M39), LR stitch of 3 handheld shots


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