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12-22-2020, 03:03 AM   #166
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Here are some from elsewhere in western Tassie - the Pieman River. When still the river reflects like a mirror.
Mirror-like reflections indeed! Very nice photos!

12-22-2020, 05:21 PM   #167
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Did you take one at 24 / 6.3 before you threw the stone .?
Ha! I think the ripples are from the cable for the punt.
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Mirror-like reflections indeed! Very nice photos!
Thank you both.
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I rarely use the DA 12-24 at its widest apertures. The bokeh isn't bad and the effect can be interesting, but there is some CA.
12mm f4


12mm f5
12-23-2020, 07:02 AM   #169
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I rarely use the DA 12-24 at its widest apertures. The bokeh isn't bad and the effect can be interesting, but there is some CA.
12mm f4


12mm f5
I really like the f5 one, definitely not a bad bokeh!

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I really like the f5 one, definitely not a bad bokeh!
Thank you. If you look at the line of the horizon and the rocks in the background you will see some green fringing. But it produced a surprising degree of subject separation, given the focal length and the aperture.
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Thank you. If you look at the line of the horizon and the rocks in the background you will see some green fringing. But it produced a surprising degree of subject separation, given the focal length and the aperture.
A bit of fringing, but the photo looks very good overall!
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24mm f9.5
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From the top of Mt. Baldy (which is neither a mountain nor bald):

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Mission San Juan Capistrano, CALIFORNIA. Chapel and Center Court with a K3.



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Sundown in the Mojave Desert of California. K3 + DA 12-24 mm f/4 @ 21 mm FL and f/8.

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I left this lens alone for a long time, but have started using it recently on my K1ii. I am impressed with it's starbursts....





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I rarely use the DA 12-24 at its widest apertures. The bokeh isn't bad and the effect can be interesting, but there is some CA.
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Very nice composition and differential focus.
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Very nice composition and differential focus.
Thanks Albert. Maybe I'll try some more of this when I get out a bit.
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