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03-24-2014, 08:52 PM - 1 Like   #1336
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Recent outings.

Couple of recent shots from my time with Pentax K-3


Da* 50-135 @ 90mm f8 1/250

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Da* 16-50 @ 16mm (LR5 Profile applied) f10 1/6 - Polariser and tripod.

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03-25-2014, 10:39 AM   #1337
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QuoteOriginally posted by #chokolars# Quote
A Sunny Day A The Sea.. I was alone with the old bridge and then a lady came bye… The End or beginning..
Pentax K-3 with Tamron 17-50 2,8
# 1 & 2 are great, the second shot I love the PP as much as the composition.

QuoteOriginally posted by #chokolars# Quote
Sunny Island.. Near the castle In Helsingør, Denmark.. And then back to work..
Pentax K-3 And Tamron 17-50 2,8
#2 here.

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I believe the pictures are just getting better on here!



Great picture, enjoy your new boots! I own both the Meindl Perfekt hikers and hunters and consider them the best boots that I have ever owned. And I have owned a lot of boots over the years....

A few from this last week.
Juvi Bald Eagle with 5 others in the background. K-3 DA*300 f/4



K-3 DA* 16-50 @ 18mm

Great pics.

QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
An excellent shot in every aspect.

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Trekking the Petal
Love the pic and the title !

Here are some recent shots :










and I dont know what is his name :

03-25-2014, 05:06 PM   #1338
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QuoteOriginally posted by DVaughan007 Quote
Couple of recent shots from my time with Pentax K-3


Da* 50-135 @ 90mm f8 1/250

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Da* 16-50 @ 16mm (LR5 Profile applied) f16 1/50 - Polariser Used.

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Da* 16-50 @ 16mm (LR5 Profile applied) f10 1/6 - Polariser and tripod.

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Hey!!! Another CQ person! Great shots. I can see exactly why I need a polarizer now.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dcBear78 Quote
Hey!!! Another CQ person! Great shots. I can see exactly why I need a polarizer now.
Haha definitely pick one up. Mine is a Hoya Pro1 CP filter. Got it from Bhphotovideo with a bunch of other grads and stuff. They are excellent for making photos look more colourful!


CQ Is an awesome spot to live in!


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A few shots with the DA 15 limited...





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That DA 15 limited does good image
03-26-2014, 03:45 PM   #1342
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From today's walk.... cross posted from post your photos...

If you don't have a 100 macro, put the 1.4 TC on your 70 macro... that gives you 98mm ƒ4.

Gotta have a stick, can't go on a walk without a stick..



















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Two Scaly-breasted Lorikeets preening in my back yard. Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

K3, Sigma 500 f4.5 APO DG EX, Metz 58 AF-2 flash, Better Beamer FX-3, tripod

Av mode, ISO 640, f8, 1/180th, flash in PTTLHSS mode at -2/3EV

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Two Scaly-breasted Lorikeets preening in my back yard.
What, no rain? Must have gotten a lucky break.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rawr Quote
What, no rain? Must have gotten a lucky break.
Wasn't taken today!

As shot of the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. Taken with DA 40 f2.8 Ltd
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Coireach a Ba at Rannoch Moor.

Coireach a Ba at Rannoch Moor. A five bracketed shot with the DA*16-50 and merged in Photomatix. It was very windy at the time and although shot on a tripod there was some mild camera shake. This seems to result is gentle HDR processing resulting in what looks like more aggressive tonemapping. Still I quite like the slightly painterly result. I am working on converting a survey grade tripod tribrach adaptor to fit 3/8ths tripod heads to allow more stable setups in windy condtions. Not ideal for moving to far off the beaten track, but I think it will help.


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Beautiful shot. As for tripod stability, I have a rock blanket that hangs from the three legs of my Vanguard. I have had easily twenty pounds of rocks in it on a windy day ridge top. But your winds may differ.
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I drilled a hole horizontally through the end of the tripod section that extends to the ground. I use a stiff bungie hung by the holes in a loop to hang whatever weight is needed to stabilize the tripod. Gorgeous shot!

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Thanks guys. I do like the shot alot, it could have been better though. Here's another one less impacted by the wind on the day


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And another. This time 5 bracketed exposures handheld at ISO 800. Passed through DxO Optics Pro with Prime Noise Reduction and a little sharpening then merged in Photomatix.


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