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08-31-2016, 04:36 AM   #3706
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Have Chalk, Will Travel (with DFA 70-200)
She is so precious! Snap all you can...and post them here!

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Ha ha ha! That's a well trained dog. Man's best friend indeed!
Yep, it appears he is trained to "sniff out" great subjects to shoot. I need to get me a doggie like that!

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edited on my surface at the airport
I've been considering one of these for this very reason...so I take it that it works reasonably well for LR processing, smaller screen and all?

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Fire at Sunset (this with DA *55)
Great color!
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Can someone post some pics with the FA50/1.4? Or just link to their previous posts (as this thread is huge).

How do you find the K-1 + FA50 combo? Thanks for your replies!

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After more than one month of sitting in the box, my K-1 finally saw the light. Luckily for me the model was up to the task. We've started at her favorite place - the mousepad.
Superb set !
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A breathtaking set, FS!
Thank you !

1. FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 200mm F2.8 ED SDM • Kenko Pz-AF UniPlus Tube 25


2. Crop Mode • 800 ISO • HD Pentax DA 560mm F5.6 ED AW


3. Crop Mode • 100 ISO • Sigma Art 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM


4. Crop Mode • 100 ISO • Sigma Art 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM
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Here is couple with my K-1

DA*55


FA 35


Helios 44-2


elicar 90/2.4 macro
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Scattering different images of this Argiope in different threads. In a few weeks there should be dozens of them, but this is the first one I've seen this year.
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Have Chalk, Will Travel (with DFA 70-200)



Fire at Sunset (this with DA *55)

The colors... I've shot more than a sunset myself, but this mix of complementaries is something... did you edit it much or was it like this?
Kudos for the fantastic pic!

P.S. oh, the 70-200 swirls? :-O

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Love #1 FS...so smooth yet vivid! The little birdie would normally be my pick...but I am hungry so #3 is my favorite......what are they? Do you guys eat fried okra? I love breaded fried okra....I could, and sometimes do, eat a huge bowl full!

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Don't want to beat this to death...but it is a great example of what the K1 has meant for me. I was sitting at my desk when I looked out and saw him sneaking around a tree trunk yesterday...up to no good.


In the old days before the K1, I would not have had time to pick up the camera/Bigma and turn it on...wait for it to hunt and hunt and hunt and then...maybe get focus, long after he was gone.

With the K1 focus was instant and I was ready when he popped out with that silly grin!


It's not the ISO, it's not the other great features on the K1...it's that superior AF and wonderful SR that does it for me......love my K1!!!

NOTE: We are not taunting, we are not sticking our noses in the air, we are just thrilled with our K1 cameras!....everyone should be as happy for us as we are happy for all other Pentax shooters! Pentax has cameras for everyone now!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Love #1 FS...so smooth yet vivid! The little birdie would normally be my pick...but I am hungry so #3 is my favorite......what are they? Do you guys eat fried okra? I love breaded fried okra....I could, and sometimes do, eat a huge bowl full!

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Don't want to beat this to death...but it is a great example of what the K1 has meant for me. I was sitting at my desk when I looked out and saw him sneaking around a tree trunk yesterday...up to no good.


In the old days before the K1, I would not have had time to pick up the camera/Bigma and turn it on...wait for it to hunt and hunt and hunt and then...maybe get focus, long after he was gone.

With the K1 focus was instant and I was ready when he popped out with that silly grin!


It's not the ISO, it's not the other great features on the K1...it's that superior AF and wonderful SR that does it for me......love my K1!!!

NOTE: We are not taunting, we are not sticking our noses in the air, we are just thrilled with our K1 cameras!....everyone should be as happy for us as we are happy for all other Pentax shooters! Pentax has cameras for everyone now!

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Yup! That pretty much sums it up. With great pictures. Well captured.
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Scattering different images of this Argiope in different threads. In a few weeks there should be dozens of them, but this is the first one I've seen this year.
Frightening but beautiful !
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Love #1 FS...so smooth yet vivid! The little birdie would normally be my pick...but I am hungry so #3 is my favorite......what are they? Do you guys eat fried okra? I love breaded fried okra....I could, and sometimes do, eat a huge bowl full!
Thank you ! It's sliced zucchinis in breadcrumbs. A delight ! Nice smile !
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Thank you ! It's sliced zucchinis in breadcrumbs.
That was my guess...good stuff....but you didn't answer my okra question.......are you one of those "okra haters" FS? I'd sure hate to hear it......tell me you love fried okra...even if you don't!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rondec Quote
Have Chalk, Will Travel (with DFA 70-200)



Fire at Sunset (this with DA *55)

I really need to stop looking at DFA70-200 shots, I'm trying to convince myself that I don't need this lens

Btw, how do you like the DA*55 on your K1?
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Frightening but beautiful !

Thank you ! It's sliced zucchinis in breadcrumbs. A delight ! Nice smile !

I thought so, mmmm... good! My nana used to make frittata out of squash flowers from our garden, big yellow/orange flowers, dipped in a similar egg batter. Can't remember if from the zucchini or hubbard squash, but man, who knew a flower would taste so good?
PS - Frederick - I have a family recipe for a diced zucchini stew that would make you smile, PM me if interested, heh heh. I've never written it down, but would for you buddy. :-)


OK OK... now I'm hungry... time to post another pic from the last batch. I love how the IR makes the grass look more like snow, something I don't get to see anymore since I moved south.


Pentax K-1 SuperTak 17mm @ ƒ/16 1/60 de-fished iso100 IR conversion B&W, and pixel shifted this one.
It was windy, so I'm sure there are artifacts if you go looking for them, but I think it's ok.



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