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Lens: Takumar F 70~210mm Lens Camera: Pentax K100d Super Photo Location: Neighborhood. ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/350s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: Tonytee, 05-25-2018, 08:28 PM



Actual Shutter Speed is 1/400s. Focal Length @ 103mm, Aperture Priority, No flash and used CWA Metering. This K100D with Takumar F 70~210 is really exceptional.

Thanks very much for viewing.

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Very nice color there - are you shooting RAW?
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Those old non-SMC lenses still pack quite a punch. Good optics in most of them.
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Those old non-SMC lenses still pack quite a punch. Good optics in most of them.
Thank you very much. You hit the nail right on the head as the fine optical formula in this lens makes all the difference in the world. I only use a Hoya 49mm (Skylight) 1B filter on the front and that alone is quite an asset. I have taken photos with and without the Hoya, and there is a noticeable difference in IQ with it.

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Very nice color there - are you shooting RAW?
Thanks a million GJ. No I have tried to shoot RAW however the Photo Editor 10 that came with Windows 10 will not accept RAW images. So once I make any adjustments and then try to roll over the RAW image into Photo Editor 10, it will not happen. I can shoot RAW and make adjustments in FASTStones Image Viewer, but again, it will not be accepted in Photo Editor 10.

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Vivid, but to dark to my likes. The Sun doesn't work in this image. Of course, I may be wrong if such was your intention.

Sometimes when I shot such a picture I feel forced to experiment later how it would look like if I did this or that. Curiosity, there's no remedy for the habit, alas.
On the other hand such practicing shows me which tinge I like the best and what to try achieve in the next photos.

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Vivid, but to dark to my likes. The Sun doesn't work in this image. Of course, I may be wrong if such was your intention.

Sometimes when I shot such a picture I feel forced to experiment later how it would look like if I did this or that. Curiosity, there's no remedy for the habit, alas.
On the other hand such practicing shows me which tinge I like the best and what to try achieve in the next photos.

Cheers
Thank you very much for viewing.

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Actual Shutter Speed is 1/400s. Focal Length @ 103mm, Aperture Priority, No flash and used CWA Metering. This K100D with Takumar F 70~210 is really exceptional.

Thanks very much for viewing.

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Nice shooting Tonytee!
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