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09-15-2011, 10:36 PM   #1666
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Some people shots from a recent Pentaxian outing :

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09-16-2011, 04:56 AM   #1667
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pinhole - Love that first photo! What an interesting profile!

Here is another from me!


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K5 and the DA 35 Macro

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Not sure I'd have been a big fan of shaving back in those days...looks like something I'd use to plough a field!!






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Never quite 3 o'clock in Chicago

Love those bracket clocks in Chicago, there are quite a few there.

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Whoa, toothpick, you're making me dizzy!
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1. Humphrey's Peak Trail, k5 DA*16-50, 24mm f5.6 iso 400 1/125





2. Wildflower k5 Tamron 90 Macro, f11 iso 1600 1/125





3. Bee k5 Tamrom 90 Macro f5.6 iso 1600 1/250



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QuoteOriginally posted by Arizona Dave Quote
Thanks Guys.

Sunrise Over Roaring Springs Canyon, k5 w/ Samyang 8mm FE, 3 shot HDR
Now That's a sunrise photo I can enjoy looking at. Definite wall hanger. Well done.

09-17-2011, 05:58 PM   #1675
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I love that white wildflower! Excellent!

Got me a Woody this evening!
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And, of course, the required Squirrel shot....Mama Festus....looks like a little bear!
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Dave, love the Bee shot with the Tammy, very nice, silky smooth @ 1600 ISO, love the colors!

Rupert, did Otis approve of you posting that pic of the Woody? (Very nice pic BTW)...

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This guy here kept harassing me the other day while in the field shooting some macro's (shot on my pants ):


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Awesome shots guys!
DA★55 wide open
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QuoteOriginally posted by joe.penn Quote
Dave, love the Bee shot with the Tammy, very nice, silky smooth @ 1600 ISO, love the colors!

Rupert, did Otis approve of you posting that pic of the Woody? (Very nice pic BTW)...

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This guy here kept harassing me the other day while in the field shooting some macro's (shot on my pants ):


Are you sure that's not a family shot Joe? ..judging by your Avatar...

Seriously, only kidding mate.
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QuoteOriginally posted by bossa Quote
Are you sure that's not a family shot Joe? ..judging by your Avatar...
Haha - good one That reminds me, time to change the avatar

Here is another pic to add to the thread - I am loving the tree frogs right now (x-posted):


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After viewing these threads, I feel that K-5 is excellent for close-up shots such as frog and tree rat etc. For landscape and building IQ, digitals still have not reached the level of film in terms of contrast and resolution.
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