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02-03-2019, 10:26 AM - 9 Likes   #22591
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Couple more shots from Laxenburg (with DFA 24-70).







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K-1 • FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax F 50mm F1.7
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02-03-2019, 12:22 PM   #22593
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
K-1 ē FF Mode ē 100 ISO ē Pentax F 50mm F1.7
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Wow, the first one is great!

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Wonderful picture. Made my day.

I know the wolf-dog bloodlines split many centuries ago, but that look ! Could have been one of my mutts.[COLOR="Silver"]
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02-03-2019, 12:57 PM - 7 Likes   #22594
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
K-1ii & Leitz Elmarit 135/2.8
Yes excellent pop to this one indeed. Nice colours too.

QuoteOriginally posted by repaap Quote
FA 31

Very nice repaap, nice use of perspective with the 31.

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Two shots of Crayfish Pool, one with the A24 and the other Sol45;



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Same blacktail deer antler shed as yesterday, different lens - DFA 24-70

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02-03-2019, 01:48 PM   #22597
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QuoteOriginally posted by BruceBanner Quote
Yes excellent pop to this one indeed. Nice colours too.



Very nice repaap, nice use of perspective with the 31.

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Two shots of Crayfish Pool, one with the A24 and the other Sol45;


thank you. looking good that A24 shot. I have one too, have to put it back on my K-1
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thank you. looking good that A24 shot. I have one too, have to put it back on my K-1
It's all I have really for landscape work with the K-1. I'd love a FA20 for some of these locations.

What I have noticed with the older glass like the A24 is that they benefit quite a bit from Pixelshifting, otherwise the images can look soft. Modern glass for the K-1 can already be very sharp so I never feel the need to always pixelshift with some of those lenses, but film era lenses really benefit.

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Wow, the first one is great!
Thank you !
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QuoteOriginally posted by BruceBanner Quote
It's all I have really for landscape work with the K-1. I'd love a FA20 for some of these locations.

What I have noticed with the older glass like the A24 is that they benefit quite a bit from Pixelshifting, otherwise the images can look soft. Modern glass for the K-1 can already be very sharp so I never feel the need to always pixelshift with some of those lenses, but film era lenses really benefit.
I have similar feeling of softness of A24. havenít figured out that pixelsift would help. I have 15-30 and donít feel like need of more sharpness.
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I have similar feeling of softness of A24. havenít figured out that pixelsift would help. I have 15-30 and donít feel like need of more sharpness.
It can be brutally sharp, even wide open or close to, example shot;



Check the sharpness out on those eyes!

However, when I get to using it in landscape shots, where I stop down to f8-11, it somehow feels soft and the pixel shifting assists tremendously. <shrugs>
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It can be brutally sharp, even wide open or close to, example shot;



Check the sharpness out on those eyes!

However, when I get to using it in landscape shots, where I stop down to f8-11, it somehow feels soft and the pixel shifting assists tremendously. <shrugs>
yea, I have noticed the same, it loses a lot of sharpness when focus is more than couple meters away. But at close range it sure is sharp. further away, even stopping down does not help.

edit, but perhaps pixelsift does
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Super portrait. So simple, yet so effective.
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