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    Poor Jules Carpentier! (I first read about the principle—between 1969 to 1971—in a Photographic Technicians Certificate here in South Australia. Also where I learned about Messrs Hurter and Driffield!
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    In the garden this morning - Clematis Nobia with A7III, 60mm Macro Elmarit-R and Macro Adaptor. (Hand-held, f16, ISO 12800)

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    First cut of the season. Sony A7rIV CV 65/2 APO-Lanthar.

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    GANDOLFI----THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT!
    This was a "too much time on your hands" fun project. I just discovered one of my cameras had different "modes" you can set for in camera manipulation. One such mode is "water color" mode. I did not go out and shoot images with that mode, but rather, took already processed and finished images and opened them up one by one on my PC monitor. I then set the camera to water color mode and photographed the screen images, and presto-changeo pseudo water color paintings!-
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    GANDOLFI----THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT!
    Dreadfully sorry, Dave, I'll keep quiet in future!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Dreadfully sorry, Dave, I'll keep quiet in future!
    It is a fun thing to do. I took your lead and photographed directly off the computer screen. Original images were made with a Fuji GFX 50R. Screen copies made with A7RII and Sigma 70mm macro lens hand held. Thank you again for the neat fun thing to do.
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    Somewhere in the south of Iceland


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    An eruption of cloud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    An eruption of cloud.
    That sky is unbelievable. Beautiful!
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    We've been having the most wonderful cloudscapes here the last few days, in fact during most of lockdown, which has been the most interesting of interesting times; been even better not being disturbed by jet con. trails.

    I have great fun making them look ridiculous with Nik Col Efex and Nik Silver Efex.

    Here a couple more, from today's bike ride!
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    One more from DreamyCloudLand.
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    Pine Valley Utah
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    Hurricane Mesa near sunset
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    By the way, I have been testing the pixel shift mode on the A7r IV and have found it next to useless for subjects like this one
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    Blimey Gandolfi, I really think you need back off with the mushrooms at breakfast!
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    By the way, I have been testing the pixel shift mode on the A7r IV and have found it next to useless for subjects like this one
    That is rather disappointing, you would think that it was the perfect subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Blimey Gandolfi, I really think you need back off with the mushrooms at breakfast!
    Haha, it's being such a fun guy (geddit!) that keeps me going
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    That is rather disappointing, you would think that it was the perfect subject.
    I agree Alan which is why I was disappointed
    These were my settings in case I might have been doing something incorrectly ?
    F11, AF- auto, Focus area- Wide, Steady shot off, Pixel shift on- 16 shots at 2 sec delay bet shots, ISO 100, tripod mounted, remote trigger, Tamron 28-75
    I also tried the 4 shot version and used f8
    It was a clear and pretty much windless day
    The output after processing looked grainy

    My guess is that maybe closer objects which are static might work better ?
    I may try that at some point although this has left me feeling much less motivated to use it as subjects like these make up the bulk of my shooting
    If you have any advice please feel free to pass it on

    Thanks in advance for your interest
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    I haven't used pixel shift that often but when I did I could see a distinct improvement. Your subject matter should have been a good candidate. I would have used f5.6 since dof shouldn't have been an issue and diffraction is certainly present at f11. The delay between the shots isn't necessary since the camera automatically uses the ES. I would try the shot again if you get the chance. Most importantly, nothing can move!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjbelle View Post
    I haven't used pixel shift that often but when I did I could see a distinct improvement. Your subject matter should have been a good candidate. I would have used f5.6 since dof shouldn't have been an issue and diffraction is certainly present at f11. The delay between the shots isn't necessary since the camera automatically uses the ES. I would try the shot again if you get the chance. Most importantly, nothing can move!!

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    Thank you for the response
    I also tried it w no delay at f8
    The result was the same
    Sandstone mountains and features are not known for their ability to move

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    FWIW conditions could have caused thermal's which can really affect overall clarity. Pixel shift won't improve on those conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjbelle View Post
    FWIW conditions could have caused thermal's which can really affect overall clarity. Pixel shift won't improve on those conditions.

    Victor
    Again, many thanks for responding
    Perhaps I will give it another try on a different subject in the future
    The A7R IV has so much resolution and the files are so malleable I doubt I'll need it anyway

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    Good point about the heat thermals. I have only used it at closer distances where atmospherics have no effect on both my K1 and G9 and found both gave improved resolution.
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    The famous clock on the Zimmer Tower in Lier (Belgium)



    A description of what the different dials and faces show can be found here


    And a mainly unrestored but well running Zimmer clock inside the tower



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    Couple more from Pine Valley
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    a7 + Helios-40 Alu KMZ M39

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    GANDOLFI----THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT!
    This was a "too much time on your hands" fun project. I just discovered one of my cameras had different "modes" you can set for in camera manipulation. One such mode is "water color" mode. I did not go out and shoot images with that mode, but rather, took already processed and finished images and opened them up one by one on my PC monitor. I then set the camera to water color mode and photographed the screen images, and presto-changeo pseudo water color paintings!-
    Dave in NJ
    What have you guys started?! Found the 'watercolour' setting on my A6500 (oddly enough, not included on my A7III). Screen shot with 50mm Touit.

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    Just before we started up this snow gully 2 days ago, we met one of the locals. He looked us over and then continued quietly on his way. (A6500 + 18-135 @135 for the local - no crop)




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    What have you guys started?!
    Mea culpa.

    (but you'll thank me when Autumn comes!).
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    Red Wall
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    Another walk around the pond and chapel at Ithaca College. A7RIV Samyang AF 18/2.8

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    Warleggan Church (Colour blended with pseudo infrared)
    Sigma Art 14-24mm & Voigtlander 50mm Apo-Lanthar
    Edward Woodward (Actor) made his last film in this Church just before he sadly passing away in 2009...'Congregation of Ghosts'










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    "Strawberry Point" Utah
    Cedar Breaks National monument (2nd photo)
    A7R IV / Sony 20mm 1.8 G

    P.S. Great to see you posting again Barry
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    Re: Fun With Sony Cameras

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Warleggan Church (Colour blended with pseudo infrared)
    Sigma Art 14-24mm & Voigtlander 50mm Apo-Lanthar
    Edward Woodward (Actor) made his last film in this Church just before he sadly passing away in 2009...'Congregation of Ghosts'
    Barry, it's great to see your photos again. I have the Sigma 14-24mm in L-mount and I love it. I just haven't had good opportunities to use it during the pandemic. Thanks for sharing both the photos and the story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    "Strawberry Point" Utah
    Cedar Breaks National monument (2nd photo)
    A7R IV / Sony 20mm 1.8 G

    P.S. Great to see you posting again Barry
    Miss your work
    Thank you Michael.
    I see you have upgraded your camera and wide angle lens, I hear great things about the 20mm Sony (It's light, fast with excellent IQ)...very nice images as usual enjoy the deep colours of the sky and rocks :-)
    Keep well and stay safe...Cheers Barry


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Barry, it's great to see your photos again. I have the Sigma 14-24mm in L-mount and I love it. I just haven't had good opportunities to use it during the pandemic. Thanks for sharing both the photos and the story.

    Joe
    Thank you Joe.
    To state the obvious - I think the pandemic has been putting a lot of us off from going out unnecessarily taking images, not much has been open to visit either here in Cornwall...The police have been quick to stop anybody in their cars or on foot straying to far from their homes.
    Annoyingly, we had several holidays cancelled - Northern Italy tour, Tall ship sail around Cornwall and Devon coast and Oxfordshire + Wiltshire...I was hoping to show something a bit different from my usual but it's not to be I'm afraid :-(
    Re: The Sigma 14-24mm - I'm not normally a AF / zoom type of guy but this lens is exceptional, despite it's weight I now find myself using it more than the 21mm Loxia and 21mm f1.4 Voigtlander...Enjoy your lens when you get the chance I shall lookout for your images :-)
    I was hoping that you would go with Sony FF again now they we have a great choice of lenses + Most of the problems have been ironed with Sonys newer range of FF cameras,
    Keep well and stay safe...Cheers Barry



    A few more images from inside the church taken yesterday with the 50mm Apo-Lanthar
    Glass Bubbled Foot + Glass Bubbled Feet + Webbed Cross (Best viewed enlarged)















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    Rocky Mountain Bighorn
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    Yes Barry I finally took the plunge
    Still getting used to all the extra horsepower
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    Couple more from Cedar Breaks NM
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    I haven't been out shooting for a few days because of the covid restrictions and heat wave, so Ive been re-processing some old images with new tools that were not available earlier. This image is a panorama created from two shifted shots taken with my old A7r and a 24/TSE lens in 2014. Stitched with Photomerge in LR and then in Topaz AI Denoise for sharpening and noise removal.

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    One more oldie (2014) with the A7r. This one is also a pano, but from 8 shots with an old Mamiya 150mm MF lens on a flat stitching plate. Same processing.

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    Sony A7RIV with Leica Vario-Elmar-R 35-70/4 Macro lens on Cambo Actus G used to capture 9 shifted images that were composited in LR Photomerge. Final image after cropping to remove corner vignetting was 95 MP. Small image circle of this lens at 35mm focal length limits shifting.

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    Purple Oxalis. Cambo Actus with 60/4 Actar lens on Sony A7RIV. Three shots at iso 100 f/11, center and max shift left and right combined in LR Photomerge. Click for larger image (50% full size).

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    The monument on the Crypt of the Place des Martyrs (Brussels) symbolizes the sacrifice of 466 persons who died in the fights of September 23rd, 24th and 25th for the Independence of Belgium (from the Netherlands).
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    Cycle path 24, evening ride.
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    Poplar & Poison. Not sure if this poison ivy or poison oak. Sony A7RIV with Tamron 28-75 F/2.8 Di III RXD

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    Some evening garden snaps with A7RIV and Tamron 28-75.

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    Went back to using the Cambo Actus on the A7RIV to test sharpness with the Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 55/4.5. This is four stitched shots taken at ISO 100, f/16. click image for a 50% original.

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    three in a row ...



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    go with the flow ...



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    touring the dunes ...



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