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07-04-2011, 10:48 AM   #2371
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Great example of the 3d effect swede. I feel I could could just step in to that last photo, and stroll down the path.

I haven't had a chance to do much with my 77mm Ltd yet, but look forward to posting some results soon.

I wonder how long I can hold out on the 31mm, now that I have the 43mm and the 77mm....I keep telling myself my Sigma 30mm f1.4 is more than good enough....this thread makes it tough to keep that stance at times.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jsherman999 Quote
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I love the bowl of grapes and the splash Jay. You are excellent at taking ordinary, random objects and presenting them in an extraordinary way.

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Downfall, I always look forward to see what you post next. Your images look so surreal they're fascinating.
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Love this shot, great colours there! Exellent PP!

Took my 77 for a walk yesterday to! Love this lens!
Wow! These are two great examples of the capabilities of the FA Limited lenses.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WiseOx Quote
Great example of the 3d effect swede. I feel I could could just step in to that last photo, and stroll down the path.

I wonder how long I can hold out on the 31mm, now that I have the 43mm and the 77mm....I keep telling myself my Sigma 30mm f1.4 is more than good enough....this thread makes it tough to keep that stance at times.
Thanks!

Dont hold out on it Just do it, they need to be three and they need to be together

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Wow! These are two great examples of the capabilities of the FA Limited lenses.
Thanks

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Sadly, I forgot to bring my cpl, but here's my first hand held pano made from 10 pics stitched together with my Fa31.

ISO100, F/4.0, 1/800 sec
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QuoteOriginally posted by the swede Quote
Love this shot, great colours there! Exellent PP!

Took my 77 for a walk yesterday to! Love this lens!
Thanks! I made another version first but I was not happy with the result so I spent some time last night making this version instead and was more satisfied with the result so glad you liked it . Great photos from your 77 mate!

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Downfall, I always look forward to see what you post next. Your images look so surreal they're fascinating.
Thanks mate, that was nice to hear!






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07-04-2011, 04:49 PM   #2377
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Great shot!
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Very, very nice image. You use Silver Efex for the conversion?
Thanks, Simon and jstevewhite.

I did use the Silver Efex 2 for the image. It is quite a nice piece of software. I think I will get the entire collection.
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Great shots there Jay!

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wow Jay!
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As always this page leaves me in awe of talent. But my favourite would have to be the tiny, chubby hand patting the sandcastle. Love it.
Thx everyone.

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FA43
I finally adjusted my AF on K-7 yesterday and my FA43 has turned out to be very sharp since then...

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FA43
I finally adjusted my AF on K-7 yesterday and my FA43 has turned out to be very sharp since then...
Film? What the aperture it was?
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The FA 43 is on my K5 about 75% of the time now. It has become my favourite lens.

A few recent photos.
Some are cross posted from other threads.









And a photo of my favourite bird

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on my K-7, I made it looks like old scratch movie film, loooool.

it should be stopped down to f/4 or f/5.6, very sharp in this range.


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Film? What the aperture it was?
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The FA 43 is on my K5 about 75% of the time now. It has become my favourite lens.
Very nice set Ivor!

77. f/1,8 about 50% crop


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All these FA77 images are making me want to spend money again... and this on top of mizzling over whether I would even keep the K-5. I think its a foregone conclusion, it just doesn't get better than K-5 plus limiteds...

Need DA21, FA31, FA77 and DA100WR. Not much to ask is it?
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I'm starting to save towards getting a K5 now, I'm wanting the higher ISO capabilities. I love the 77, I'm still learning how to use it though.
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