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06-05-2016, 01:47 PM - 5 Likes   #1606
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Thanks Lori! Here's another.


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I have been testing out pixel shift resolution today. Here's one for you. You can check out the original size on Flickr if you wear eye protection. Taken with the D FA 50mm macro.
Here is the direct link to the original... https://www.flickr.com/photos/locosphotos/27211123450/sizes/o/

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ArtScience Museum Reflection shot last Sat with Sigma 10-20 @12mm FF mode

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ArtScience Museum Reflection shot last Sat with Sigma 10-20 @12mm FF mode


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06-05-2016, 05:32 PM   #1610
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QuoteOriginally posted by loco Quote
I have been testing out pixel shift resolution today. Here's one for you. You can check out the original size on Flickr if you wear eye protection. Taken with the D FA 50mm macro.
Here is the direct link to the original... https://www.flickr.com/photos/locosphotos/27211123450/sizes/o/

Wow.....If you don't mind sharing, what was your PP sequence?
06-05-2016, 05:56 PM - 4 Likes   #1611
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FA77 on a cloudy day ...


06-05-2016, 06:09 PM - 6 Likes   #1612
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K-1 tackles dragons

Here are some shots from a local Mike Matthews macro workshop/shoot with our beloved Vivitar Series I 105/2.4. Due to time constraints, these were generally shot handheld at 1/200s., f/16-f/18. The expected motion blur was non-existent, which I'll credit to a terrific shake reduction system. More and larger are at macro shoot 6/4/16: klavrack: Galleries: Digital Photography Review : Digital Photography Review







06-05-2016, 06:15 PM   #1613
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QuoteOriginally posted by loco Quote
I have been testing out pixel shift resolution today. Here's one for you. You can check out the original size on Flickr if you wear eye protection. Taken with the D FA 50mm macro.
Here is the direct link to the original... https://www.flickr.com/photos/locosphotos/27211123450/sizes/o/

Looks ok at (2048 x 1152) resolution I guess...

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FA 77 again ...


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Wow.....If you don't mind sharing, what was your PP sequence?
Sure. It was shot in DNG and I opened it in the bundled Pentax Digital Camera Utility software. I didn't do much to it there other than turn on the low shadow correction setting and then change the sharpening to Fine Sharpening and move the slider to one past halfway, as has been suggested by this forum's pixel shift processing tutorial. I then saved it as a 16 bit TIF and imported into Lightroom. I didn't do anything there but crop it a bit, make a few small curves adjustments, and add a little bit of blue saturation. Then exported to JPG.
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FA 77 again ...

Nice......no mistaking the 77
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A couple from today of my great-granddaughters with the FA* 85mm 1.4.


Everleigh-1, 6-5-16
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Adalynn-1, 6-5-16
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Simply amazing how much better posted images have become.....since the K1
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