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10-30-2012, 07:00 AM   #572
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Been a bit behind on the images posted here.

I seem to be seeing more people post here and more great stuff with the Q.
Seems like the reduced price has helped the amount of users to grow.
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Q+Fisheye




Made myself use the fisheye more recently, and its really a nice fun lens.
IQ is pretty decent too despite the 'toy lens' designation.
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kinkindoll the links appear to be broken.

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great shots pinhole!
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great shots pinhole!
Agreed, very nice.
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QuoteOriginally posted by pinholecam Quote
Q+Fisheye




Made myself use the fisheye more recently, and its really a nice fun lens.
IQ is pretty decent too despite the 'toy lens' designation.
Wow, incredible work with such a small camera. Was it shot in raw and if that's the case how did you PP it?
10-30-2012, 11:22 AM   #578
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QuoteOriginally posted by pinholecam Quote
Q+Fisheye




Made myself use the fisheye more recently, and its really a nice fun lens.
IQ is pretty decent too despite the 'toy lens' designation.
Lookin' good. That fish is really fun.

10-30-2012, 01:34 PM   #579
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QuoteOriginally posted by pinholecam Quote
Q+Fisheye




Made myself use the fisheye more recently, and its really a nice fun lens.
IQ is pretty decent too despite the 'toy lens' designation.
IQ looks great for a 'toy lens' like you say.

Lovin' the images from the fisheye, next lens I NEED to buy.

(start savin')

Cheers

ali
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QuoteOriginally posted by NickLarsson Quote
great shots pinhole!
QuoteOriginally posted by crewl1 Quote
Agreed, very nice.

QuoteOriginally posted by ndjedinak Quote
Lookin' good. That fish is really fun.
QuoteOriginally posted by ali graham Quote
IQ looks great for a 'toy lens' like you say.

Lovin' the images from the fisheye, next lens I NEED to buy.

(start savin')

Cheers

ali


Thanks.
I often wonder if they made a non-toy fisheye, how much better would it be.
For now, the toy-fisheye certainly suffice and I don't pixel peep with this camera anyway.


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Wow, incredible work with such a small camera. Was it shot in raw and if that's the case how did you PP it?
I seldom use RAW with the Q. (usually reserved for macros which need all the malebility )
These were with Reversal Film mode and auto bracketed. (2ev gaps)
I combined the exposures using manual exposure blending in PSE.
What was nice about the Q for me in the shots was that it was small enough to shoot the bracketing handheld.
This and the fact that I had a camera with me at all, cause I was just cycling home from work with no intention for any serious photos.
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It's the bracketing that tricked me as I saw some real extended range but I could never tell what you did. That's good job!
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Some more with the fisheye.














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@pinholecam: nice shots with the fish-eye. I also like to use that lens more and more :-)
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