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04-05-2009, 01:09 PM   #121
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A pic is worth a thousand words: 67 55mm @ f11--100 ISO--1/80th--Spot Metered--Manual Focus--crop

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Pentax 67 200mm @ f8----1/250th----Spot Metering--Big Crop
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67 200mm--F11--ISO 400--1/200th--Spot Metered

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i like this one a lot. the light was great, and the lens did well. is this cropped? or was it from very close range? the oof background looks very nice

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I prefer the vivid yet delicate range of reds in the previous shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by calicojack Quote
I prefer the vivid yet delicate range of reds in the previous shot.
it's nice too, but the truth is i am a sucker for the common sparrow (that's the name of that bird, i think?)
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it's nice too, but the truth is i am a sucker for the common sparrow (that's the name of that bird, i think?)
Yes, a big crop. Yes, I believe a "common sparrow" is its name and I prefer this shot myself. Thanks Nanok.
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CalicoJack: I prefer the vivid yet delicate range of reds in the previous shot.
I appreciate your comments--thanks. I was really hoping to get others to post some MF images on DSLRs here too---ANYONE out there?

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s-m-c Takumar 6x7 75mm (f 4.5 or 8.0) on K10D

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s-m-c Takumar 6x7 75mm (f 4.5 or 8.0) on K10D

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Hey, thanks Feverbeaver for the pics. That first one has some very nice light, and shows off the sharpness of the 75mm well.
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okay, here i come. (biometar 80/2.8, from pentacon six system, unsharp mask for resize)



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Nanok: okay, here i come. (biometar 80/2.8, from pentacon six system, unsharp mask for resize)
Those are very beautiful images. I particularly like the composition in the first one, with the dark, waterlogged wood in the foreground, contrasted with the softness of water in the background--very, very nice. I can't get EXIF data, but am assuming you used a large aperture for this shot? I have read the Biometar 80.2.8 is excellent--is this a shot with it wide open?
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no, not wide open for sure, more like f8 or so. in my quick and dirty tests, it was ...well.. let's just say not the sharpest lens in the arsenal, wide open, but in any other case, it shines (i have to test again though, because i have read reviews stating it is not bad at all wide open).

glad you like that shot, you described it just as i composed it in my mind before shooting, that was the exact point with that shot . seems i managed to pull it through
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PENTAX 6 X 7 165mm f2.8

The first shot is the 165mm wide open and the second one is @ f11.

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