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04-01-2013, 06:45 PM   #2086
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QuoteOriginally posted by pinholecam Quote
Another JS shot.
Making me want a macro!

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Both taken with the 06. Hope you guys had a great Easter!
Is it just me, or is this guy getting a lot better?
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Hi!

Marseille-Provence 2013, capitale européenne de la culture
All shots with pentax Q std 01







street performers, (or beer performers)
Like the colors.
Suits the shots well.

Is this in camera?
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QuoteOriginally posted by pinholecam Quote
Like the colors.
Suits the shots well.

Is this in camera?
hi,

picts from camera were pretty contrast-less cause the shots were in shadow or very low light of cloudy days.

it's from a preset i made in LR. somewhere between bleach bypass and hdr i guess.
i don't use camera rendering exept for the monochrome B&W that i really like.
maybe i should give them a try , but i still kinda not confortable with these.
Most of time i get what i want from raw + Lr.

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The Q is surprisingly good for long-exposures. What I especially like is that it is very light and combined with a Cullmann nanomax which is really light as well, you almost forget about having them in your bag! The only thing bugging me a little is the 2s limit of the electronic shutter, which means no cool fisheye shots at night!

This is Vienna by the way. My hometown!
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here's a few from yesterday with the dfa 100mm...get's frustrating when you're trying to take pictures on a windy day

inside a flower




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the tiny weenie little hairs on a tiny weenie little flower




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kind of hard to explain but the little tiny moss you see that has tiny little balls on it




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QuoteOriginally posted by Croneberg Quote
The Q is surprisingly good for long-exposures. What I especially like is that it is very light and combined with a Cullmann nanomax which is really light as well, you almost forget about having them in your bag! The only thing bugging me a little is the 2s limit of the electronic shutter, which means no cool fisheye shots at night!

This is Vienna by the way. My hometown!
Nice & very evocative of places of which I'm extremely fond.
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Abandoned church in NE Missouri: (taken on Easter) 02 lens.




Thought about cloning the power lines out, but was too lazy. :-P

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QuoteOriginally posted by panoguy Quote
Is it just me, or is this guy getting a lot better?
Thanks I guess! The winky-smiley is making me slightly hesitant to be fully appreciative.

I do see a progression in my shots from November of last year to now.

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QuoteOriginally posted by GibbyTheMole Quote
Abandoned church in NE Missouri: (taken on Easter) 02 lens.




Thought about cloning the power lines out, but was too lazy. :-P
Lovely!
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Croneberg, nice image of where you live. Welcome to the Q and this forum. Post more images when you get the time.
The Q can be tricked to do longer than 2 second exposures with electronic shutter. Shoot 9 multiple exposures of 2 sec each. It also reduces noise by a large amount.
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Visited a cathedral today, so light was low enough inside.




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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
Croneberg, nice image of where you live. Welcome to the Q and this forum. Post more images when you get the time.
The Q can be tricked to do longer than 2 second exposures with electronic shutter. Shoot 9 multiple exposures of 2 sec each. It also reduces noise by a large amount.
thanks
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Enjoy the Q. Q is so much fun.
Thanks to you and jva! I'll post some tomorrow. And I will certainly try that multiple exposure thing which you described. I'm very curious what the results will look like.
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Somebody moved my first analog shots from one table to another. Apparently they weren't good enough for the person. I still got no idea who did this and I doubt it was on purpose but I found it quite funny!

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Here are some captures from a cold but sunny day at the Danube about 3 weeks ago. I really like how you can achieve quite nice bokeh with the Q's Standard Prime lens set at f/1.9! The last one was shot with the Pentax 03 Fisheye lens.


A Cold Breeze von Benjamin Pazdernik on Flickr


Sprinkles von Benjamin Pazdernik on Flickr


Stone Beach von Benjamin Pazdernik on Flickr


Fishy Flower von Benjamin Pazdernik on Flickr

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