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09-21-2014, 06:52 PM   #4576
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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Beautiful shot!
Thanks, .

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Think positively, folks. At least it's always Spring or Summer somewhere on the planet!
My dad's favourite "toast" when having a glass of something was always "Happy Birthday". Some person in the crowd would always ask "Oh - who's birthday is it?" To which he would reply. "It's always someone's birthday!"
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Here's a stitched panorama from the 75-150. I applied a bit of cross-process PP on this one, because I felt like it.


Panorama 1a M75-150
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Here's a stitched panorama from the 75-150. I applied a bit of cross-process PP on this one, because I felt like it.
It's very subtle and a nice effect.

I've done several stitched panos with the 75-150 too! Here's one from late last year, I don't think I've posted it in this thread before. Lens was at 150mm:



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Nice work with the 75-150 guys! This isn't in the same class as the examples above, but it's a panorama of sorts, taken the other morning. It really is a marvelous lens
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Time for a close up! A peacock butterfly, by a M50/1.7 and some PP/cropping.

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Time for a close up!
I agree - and what a beautiful example!

Our yorkie-poo Tino with the M50/2 (xposted to Pets):



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Our yorkie-poo Tino
Happy pup! Nice canine portrait in soft light.
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Time for a close up! A peacock butterfly, by a M50/1.7 and some PP/cropping.
Happy and beautiful. Since you cropped the 50 1.7 into a close up so beautifully, I guess I should mention how
well the M 100 2.8 does the very same thing. If you focus right, you can zoom in endlessly since the lens is so sharp.

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One more with the M75-150/4:
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One more with the M75-150/4:
Nice shot, Paul.
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QuoteOriginally posted by baro-nite Quote
Happy pup! Nice canine portrait in soft light.
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Nice shot, Paul.
Thanks guys. My M's have gotten a lot of work lately. Here's yet another with the 75-150 taken near the lake the other morning (xposted):
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Pentax MX and M50/1.7 Kodachrome c1985
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The arrival into Whitehorse Yukon 1993. Pentax MX and M50/f1.7 Kodak negative.

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