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10-07-2019, 05:42 AM   #25726
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Please se the post above above your photo!
I saw your post...

This thread like many others on the forum, are often comprised of cross posed images from another threads. The full EXIF information is displayed on the original posting. Subsequent posts using the same image, are inserted links and EXIF is not displayed.

In this instance the original thread can be found here... As Arte Johnson Once Said - PentaxForums.com

10-07-2019, 06:05 AM   #25727
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
I saw your post...

This thread like many others on the forum, are often comprised of cross posed images from another threads. The full EXIF information is displayed on the original posting. Subsequent posts using the same image, are inserted links and EXIF is not displayed.

In this instance the original thread can be found here... As Arte Johnson Once Said - PentaxForums.com
So since the apperature is 2.2 it must be "Special Lady" you have used here. But if the exif information had said apperature 2.8 or higher, it could also have been the "Femme Fatale". So the exif information doesn't always give the full information. ;-) But a nice photo anyway!
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So the EXIF information doesn't always give the full information
That is due to information being provided by the lens to the camera, older lenses especially so... but many other new third party lenses are misidentified.

For me the image is everything, the equipment used in the making of that image is inconsequential.
10-07-2019, 06:40 AM   #25729
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
That is due to information being provided by the lens to the camera, older lenses especially so... but many other new third party lenses are misidentified.

For me the image is everything, the equipment used in the making of that image is inconsequential.
I agree that the image is everything, but some images can't be made without special lenses. You don't get the same bokeh from a 50 f 2.8 as with a 50 with f1.2 at the largest apperature. I have almost 40 different lenses, from Auto 110, Takumar M42, old K and M lenses, 67 lenses and modern lenses from when film was used to the most modern lenses made for digital Pentax cameraes. (And some non Pentax lenses.) They all have their personalities. They render colour different, and even though you can change a lot in Photoshop, the expression would be different.
So if I want to make simular photos to those excellent photos here, I need to know which lens is used and so on.

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This thread like many others on the forum, are often comprised of cross posed images from another threads.
Can you remind us how to do that? Thanks!
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Can you remind us how to do that? Thanks!
My MO is... for the original posting use the Manage Attachments box below, on other subsequent postings use Insert Album Photos, on the right below the Smilies.
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Like the distortion effect. Makes me want to put my F17-28 on my K-1 & shoot some architectural subjects.
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Like the distortion effect. Makes me want to put my F17-28 on my K-1 & shoot some architectural subjects.
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