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12-27-2018, 07:53 AM   #22036
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QuoteOriginally posted by dick897 Quote
Havent had a chance to shoot much lately, so here are a few with K1 and either samyang 35mm or samyang 20mm, nothing fancy, just needed to get out and shoot
Your nothing fancy stuff makes my fancy stuff look lame Dick!
Great pics, you should get out and shoot more often!
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12-27-2018, 07:56 AM   #22037
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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
Thanks. I agree about the DFA 28-105. It's the lens that sold me on the K-1.

Another Bryce Canyon shot with the DFA 28-105:
That is an epic shot, and knowing it is from the DFA 28-105 is a great reminder how good that thing is in the right hands.
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12-27-2018, 08:35 AM   #22038
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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
Thanks WPRESTO ! I was hoping with your background and all the posts of Utah that you would be one the people to comment. I wish I had more time to really nail it, but it was on the ground where the lighting was only perfect for a few minutes, and I was on my knees using LV with the flippy screen. I was tempted to pick up the thing and put it onto something easier to work from but was afraid of messing up the light. After the moment passed, it just looked like a dead lifeless piece of wood again. I've got a couple more I took that give away what it really is, maybe I'll post them later.
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Too bad the time frame was so short to get the image. Had there been sufficient time, you might have been able to take multiple images and done an image stack to get the DOF typical of images from re-rock country. The very shallow DOF in the posted image is a quick indication of the scale. Nevertheless , the effect is really interesting.
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Here is the dead giveaway, and even here the warm light was fading

smc PENTAX-FA 77mm F1.8 Limited É/5.6 77.0 mm 1/800 iso1000

More fun with the FA77

smc PENTAX-FA 77mm F1.8 Limited É/2.5 77.0 mm 1/640 iso200

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K1 & 150-450mm
Here are few Pelican skimming shots. Place is Ranganathittu Karnataka India. In the same flight birds were going past both sunlit and shaded areas so I was using M mode(metered to sky).









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QuoteOriginally posted by pentaxfall Quote
K1 & 150-450mm
Here are few Pelican skimming shots. Place is Ranganathittu Karnataka India. In the same flight birds were going past both sunlit and shaded areas so I was using M mode(metered to sky).
All of those are good, several are outstanding.
12-27-2018, 11:41 AM   #22042
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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
Your nothing fancy stuff makes my fancy stuff look lame Dick!
Great pics, you should get out and shoot more often!
Eric
Having looked through your shots, that definitelynot the case, much appreciated anyway.
I like that palm tree shot, works like you intended for me anyway 👍👍👍
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For some reason, that second shot is the real winner for me on this set Frederic, you really work that FA35 well! Love the colors, comp, all of it.
Eric
Thank you Eric !

K-1 • FF Mode • 400 ISO • Tamron SP AF Di 90mm F2.8 Macro


K-1 • FF Mode • 200 ISO • Pentax A 50mm F1.7


K-1 • FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax FA 35mm F2 AL • Panorama 2 photos stitched together with Microsoft ICE 2.0


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Family Portrait time, both real and surreal


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Me.

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My Better Half.

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My Son.

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My Daughter.

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D FA 28-105mm, 48mm/f8, near the banks of the Danube river. Sometimes the river spills well over these trunks.
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Here are 2 shots of the "New City Hall" in Hannover (the "old" city hall is a couple of centuries older)
K1 ans SMC A 4/24-50

B&W conversion with DxO Filmpack 4



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With FA 100/2.8:

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12-28-2018, 01:19 AM - 10 Likes   #22049
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Revisit

It's funny the shots you initially snub or skip over in favour of other shots within the set. Boredom sinks in and you revisit older material and decide to have a go at something that was initially skipped, and then.... wow...

I find alcohol can help with rediscovering old flicks.

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Well thank goodness for alcohol then,
I get what you mean though around passing shots by and then revisiting later, iv done that a few times and discovered a few gems, just like this one, cracking shot, pp is spot on for this too. 👏👏👏
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