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06-09-2019, 10:00 PM - 28 Likes   #24181
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Wild iris and a banger of a sunset in a flooded field is not a bad combo.
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A Rainbow Lorikeet testing a Grevillea Honey Gem tree.

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It all comes together in the 2nd shot, Matt. Beautiful.
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Met this little fella on early Sunday morning at Low Tatras mountain range (I did a 2-day hike).
He was not shy. When spotted me, he ran towards me, to check who or what I am.

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The 35 year old lens is nice, but I am searching for something better and longer - sharper at 200+ mm and with AF. Not 2.4kg 150-450 though, only if it comes with its own sherpa :-)

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Drove up to the Skyline Drive over the weekend. It was rainy, but the views are still amazing...

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Clouds on the Blue Ridge Mountains (DFA 24-70mm)

06-10-2019, 07:55 AM   #24188
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Drove up to the Skyline Drive over the weekend. It was rainy, but the views are still amazing...

Walking on the Edge (DFA 24-70mm)



Clouds on the Blue Ridge Mountains (DFA 24-70mm)

I like both of these pictures!

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Out in the woods walking dogs....
K-1 and DFA 100 2.8 macro WR.

A Chokeberry bush I planted last year to attract warblers. It looks like I'll get fruit this year, and who knows, maybe even warblers.


Following the progress of this unknown shrub....

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Pentax K-1 Milky Way Shots

Hello all,

Here is a series of nightscapes from the other night out camping. All with Rokinon/Samyang/Bower branded lenses

Bower 24mm f1.4, 13 seconds, 800 ISO


Rokinon 14mm f2.8, 20 seconds, 3200 ISO


It's interesting to me to compare those two lenses and the field of view/exposure differences.

Also, a first for me, astrotracer! I finally got it working after several minutes of fiddling around. Long story, but I was about to curse Pentax's name until I remembered it was my fault for never actually looking up how to do it xD

I was able to get usable images at a minute or even a minute and a half, but I found the absolute cleanest was 30 seconds. Still, amazing for a 135mm focal length! For someone who has taken nightscapes for a while, it was like magic seeing it work.

Samyang 135mm f2, 30 seconds, 1600 ISO, Astrotracer
06-10-2019, 08:42 AM   #24191
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Pentax K-1 Milky Way Shots
Doing astro exposures in the middle of the road is risky.
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I must say that I did not think too much of this photo and wondered why you posted it until I looked at it on your flickr site. Wow, that is a really cool shot there Frederic.
Best Regards, Bob
Thank you Bob ! Do you mean the first or second one ?

FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM


FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM
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QuoteOriginally posted by Snapppy Quote
Hello all,

Here is a series of nightscapes from the other night out camping. All with Rokinon/Samyang/Bower branded lenses

Bower 24mm f1.4, 13 seconds, 800 ISO


Rokinon 14mm f2.8, 20 seconds, 3200 ISO


It's interesting to me to compare those two lenses and the field of view/exposure differences.

Also, a first for me, astrotracer! I finally got it working after several minutes of fiddling around. Long story, but I was about to curse Pentax's name until I remembered it was my fault for never actually looking up how to do it xD

I was able to get usable images at a minute or even a minute and a half, but I found the absolute cleanest was 30 seconds. Still, amazing for a 135mm focal length! For someone who has taken nightscapes for a while, it was like magic seeing it work.

Samyang 135mm f2, 30 seconds, 1600 ISO, Astrotracer
I figured it out too. The Pinwheel Galaxy using Sigma APO 500mm f/4.5 20 sec. ISO 6400, Astrotracer.
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
Thank you Bob ! Do you mean the first or second one ?

FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM


FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM
The second one Night Road Frederic

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