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08-27-2012, 01:48 AM   #4501
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I put the Raynox 150 on the hood of the FA43 for fun:


I love the leaf shot, Deimos!


A couple of family shots with the FA31...







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'Nuff said.
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Those are great bickrs!

You are making me hungry nuff

funny took lots of 43 shots on my trip (which turned out great) but most are of me and my wife sitting around or eating and prob not that interesting , the prettier landscape shots were all 15













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QuoteOriginally posted by bickrs Quote
I love the leaf shot, Deimos!

A couple of family shots with the FA31...
bickrs, these are great - your family will no doubt appreciate them

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FA77:
that first pic in particular is wonderful

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funny took lots of 43 shots on my trip (which turned out great) but most are of me and my wife sitting around or eating and prob not that interesting , the prettier landscape shots were all 15
Deimos - like every one of these; particularly your choice of composition

Here are my latest from a trip to a friend's cabin in Washington state. I didn't feel the need for anything other than the FA31 and FA77 for the entire weekend.

FA77; f/2.2; 1/2000; ISO 100



FA77; f/5; 1/400; ISO 100



FA77; f/3.5; 1/400; ISO 100



FA77; f/3.5; 1/1000; ISO 100



FA31; f/18; 2.5s; ISO 100

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Tis' a shame my fave forum model made no eye contact. How soon before it gets cold up there?
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QuoteOriginally posted by bickrs Quote
I love the leaf shot, Deimos!


A couple of family shots with the FA31...





Great shots - what are the strobist details out of interest?
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cheers antifreeze those are lovely love the 77 bokeh

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'Nuff said.
Cheers.

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You are making me hungry nuff
Fortunately for you I've taken most of the food shots with my GRD, so you don't have to get too hungry. But it was one of the tastiest and most tender beef slices of beef I ever had.

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that first pic in particular is wonderful
Thank you, I like this shot too, mostly for it's simplicity and it just somehow flows...
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Fortunately for you I've taken most of the food shots with my GRD, so you don't have to get too hungry. But it was one of the tastiest and most tender beef slices of beef I ever had.
Teppanyaki style? Looks awesome!
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Teppanyaki style? Looks awesome!
Not quiet, just lightly grilled on both sides and then dipped in sauce.

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Something simple from my studio:


Pentax FA77mm f/1.8 Limited
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But the nikon 35mm f1.4 is much bigger and heavier no? That's my issue with f1.4 glass for dslrs
The 35/1.4G is not a heavy lens at all because it's mostly plastic.
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