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    A couple black and white conversions of some interesting cloud activity while in Hawaii. We had some beautiful thunderstorms pass to the south of our hotel.


    Power and scale by Graham Gibson, on Flickr


    Stretching across the sky by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
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    Voigtlander E Mount Lenses - Size Comparison
    Left to Right... 21mm f/1.4 Nokton, 40mm f/1.2 Nokton, 50mm f/1.2 Nokton, 50mm f/2.0 Apo-Lanthar, 65mm f/2.0 Apo-Lanthar & 110mm f/2.5 Apo-Lanthar.





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    A couple shots with the Sony 55/1.8


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    Sunset over Lanai by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
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    Trustworthy? Note: the sign on the right says:"Buying and selling 2nd hand vehicles"


    A7ii + Pentacon 50/1.8
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    One of my favorites from Hawaii last month. Shot with 55/1.8:


    Sunset with Moloka'i on the Horizon by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
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    The good folk of Swindon getting into the festive mood...
    A7III, Tamron 28-70mm f2.8.







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    A walk near Buttermilk Falls with the RX100M6. Falls are frozen and anchor ice is starting to build up with sustained air temps below freezing now.





    Ferns and lichens still look healthy.



    Are you lookin' at me?

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    A visit today to my local church in Bodmin..."Saint Petrocs" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Pet...Church,_Bodmin

    "The early history of the monastic community of Bodmin is obscure; however the name "Bodmin" derives from the Cornish for "house of the monks" so the use of this name must have followed the establishment of the monastery. According to tradition, after founding a monastery at Padstow, Saint Petroc founded another monastery in Bodmin in the 6th century and gave the town its alternative name of Petrockstow."

    The 3rd image is a 12th Century Baptismal Font...All taken in low light (Handheld at either 1/15th or 1/20th sec) with the 50mm Apo-Lanthar @ f/2.0















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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    A visit today to my local church in Bodmin..."Saint Petrocs" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Pet...Church,_Bodmin

    "The early history of the monastic community of Bodmin is obscure; however the name "Bodmin" derives from the Cornish for "house of the monks" so the use of this name must have followed the establishment of the monastery. According to tradition, after founding a monastery at Padstow, Saint Petroc founded another monastery in Bodmin in the 6th century and gave the town its alternative name of Petrockstow."

    The 3rd image is a 12th Century Baptismal Font...All taken in low light (Handheld at either 1/15th or 1/20th sec) with the 50mm Apo-Lanthar @ f/2.0
    Hi Barry, I think this lens is a winner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    Hi Barry, I think this lens is a winner.
    Thx B L
    It is a stunning lens 5*...I'm really not doing it justice because of the weather and the poor light...I have added a few more test images on my flickr page, if you would care to look :-)
    I'm off to get some sleep now as it's late here....zzzzzzz
    chat later

    PS. Hopefully Bart will get his soon

    Cheers Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thx B L
    It is a stunning lens 5*...I'm really not doing it justice because of the weather and the poor light...I have added a few more test images on my flickr page, if you would care to look :-)
    I'm off to get some sleep now as it's late here....zzzzzzz
    chat later

    PS. Hopefully Bart will get his soon

    Cheers Barry
    Hi there, Barry. Got mine yesterday. First impressions: tiny and light.
    Took a couple of indoor shots wide-open and noticed severe vignetting.
    But I suppose that could be expected with such a small diameter front element.
    Hope to have some spare time in the weekend and for the weather to improve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi there, Barry. Got mine yesterday. First impressions: tiny and light.
    Took a couple of indoor shots wide-open and noticed severe vignetting.
    But I suppose that could be expected with such a small diameter front element.
    Hope to have some spare time in the weekend and for the weather to improve.

    Krgds.

    Once we have a profile all will be fine Bart :-)
    In the meantime...manually correct or use good old CornerFix....Make a profile Raw>DNG>CornerFix https://sourceforge.net/projects/cornerfix/
    WYSIWYG untreated vignette all pics...Dissipates quickly by f2.8

    From the top down...
    Vignette f2 test
    Vignette f2.8 test
    Bokeh ball tests f2...1,2 and 3....Shape (centre and corners)/array/content/bokeh rendering
    Table top rendering at f2





























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    "Reflections"
    A7RII/Tamron 24mm f2.8
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    We had some thunderstorms roll through for a couple nights while on a recent vacation in Maui. The combination of clear skies and lightning provided a fun opportunity for some long exposure photography


    Thunderhead on the horizon by Graham Gibson, on Flickr


    Thunderhead on the move by Graham Gibson, on Flickr


    Frozen in time by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
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    Can't say enough about the Sony 7RM4 with a tech camera. Sure is lots of fun. This was taken on a very gloomy day in one of our larger parks. Everything pretty much buttoned up for winter....

    Taken with the Rody 90mm lens @f8 with about 8mm rise to eliminate some of the foreground water and also to keep the trees in the background straight...... nothing special.

    Cheers......

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    Ram Island Light, fog
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    Couple more from my last outing
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    YarosDance MovingStar Yaroslavl-2019 by Mr TTT, on Flickr

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    green house on a dull day - hortus leiden ...





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    Seashore Wild Flowers (Malcolm Sutcliffe Glass)
    A7R4 + 50mm Apo-Lanthar





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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Seashore Wild Flowers (Malcolm Sutcliffe Glass)
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    Thanks Barry. Beautiful, I love the colors.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Barry. Beautiful, I love the colors.
    Thanks K-H, it's a cracking little lens...CV Apo-Lanthars have great colours for sure.

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    Padstow Harbour a couple of evenings ago with the Sigma Art 35mm f1.2 DN DG











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