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09-15-2016, 08:04 PM - 2 Likes   #4081
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Spring is here as are the Dandelions.



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K-1 & A* 300/4 with Pixel Shift. That A* holds up very well!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Acuity Quote
Early days with the K-1, and this one with the 77 Limited

Lovely composition, almost mystical!
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
K-1 & A* 300/4 with Pixel Shift. That A* holds up very well!
Ha! Western State College!

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Ha! Western State College!
My alma mater! Good times...
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I posted a horizontal image from this same shoot a couple days ago, but like the way this one turned out considerably better. I love the K-1 and Fa 20 combo. Cross posted to 20 mm club thread.




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QuoteOriginally posted by bpv_UW Quote
I posted a horizontal image from this same shoot a couple days ago, but like the way this one turned out considerably better. I love the K-1 and Fa 20 combo. Cross posted to 20 mm club thread.




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Another Gunnison County image. Very nice!
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Portrait of a Lory :



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


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


3. Crop Mode • 200 ISO • Sigma Art 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM


4. Crop Mode • 1600 ISO • Sigma Art 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM
Those pics are wonderful! I love the frames the rendering and your PP makes those flowers really pop out of the screen! You're getting close to 4D effect as times goes by!

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From this morning's shoot. First time with Olivia. She was great!
One of my favourite portraits of yours! Great!

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here is one stitch with DA*55
Magical landscape!

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Early days with the K-1, and this one with the 77 Limited
Fairytale scenery! Just great job! Impressive entrance in PF... Congrats!

QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
Spring is here as are the Dandelions.
I really like those simple and perfect shots!
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I'm enjoying doing a few still lifes as a way of playing with the K-1's pixel shift - haven't done any for years, but it's quite fun - here's the latest

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[COLOR=#1D2129]Dragonfly size a 1:1, one shot,
WOW.
I am happy not to live down there!
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Had a lot of rain the past few days with local flooding....... aching like an old man now after filling lots of sand bags....... anyway...... a shot from tonight of a dry reserve area normally....... DA 10-17 on K-1



and how the Voigtlander 20/3.5 saw it..... processing a bit different... taken 4 minutes later



I think there is a party in almost every DA 10-17 shot..... the Voigtlander is a nice meal at the local.

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Autumn is Coming (with DFA 100 macro)



This one is a pixel shift and the original on Flickr is pretty impressive with regard to its detail.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Key word..."lazy"....unfortunately, I know it all too well myself!

Hey, I am guilty of the "Lazy Like's" myself... in the interest of keeping the thread cleaner as stated... but every once in a while, you just gotta let people know it's not some automated robotic thread, and that real people participate. Heh heh.


The good news is, you can actually comment in the "Like" button, before you hit OK. I wonder if most of us even know they are there, or how to find and read those comments?
I've used the comment field before, but not as often as just hitting "Like".
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The good news is, you can actually comment in the "Like" button, before you hit OK. I wonder if most of us even know they are there, or how to find and read those comments?
If you are truly as lazy as I am, you are too lazy too comment in the box for the "Like". Pathetic when we get that lazy!

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in the interest of keeping the thread cleaner as stated... but every once in a while, you just gotta let people know it's not some automated robotic thread, and that real people participate.
I have suspected that some posters that never comment or participate are really just automated robots that "Drag & Drop" here and other places just to have a little "robot fun"? Life must be boring for a robot.....and if these are truly real people, never involved....life must be even more boring?

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