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09-16-2016, 07:33 AM - 1 Like   #4096
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Pano Night shot taken with Sigma 10-20 just now
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
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


Goolwa Beach Flooding
by Noel Leahy, on Flickr


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.
Funny and best part of DA 10-17 is that it seems to work well with APS-C and FF.
09-16-2016, 08:57 AM   #4099
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
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!



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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I often just don't have that much to say that hasn't been said but want to acknowledge that it's a nice photo. If it's really something remarkable, I try to leave a remark.
I realize that may not be verbose enough for some but although it may involve some laziness it's isn't purely lazy or being self-centered.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
If it's really something remarkable, I try to leave a remark.
That's just wrong Matt! That totally leaves guys like me out of the picture.....I've been waiting for years to get a shot that is remarkable...and if I get one you may not be around that day?

Here is one you need not comment on....it was shot in haste, for no good reason, I already have hundreds of dove shots....and I didn't check my settings, just picked up the K1 and fired. It was OOF , not particularly special in any way and ready for the trash bin.

Squirrels asked to process it, and being lazier than me, only wanted the Jpeg. After about an hour or so, and a lot of arguing I heard out in the woods where they did their work on their Big Screen computer, they return this to me, labeling it as a "Squirrel Masterpiece".

Squirrel Masterpiece - Ugly as it is...I do kinda like it!


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...I would like to meet up with some of those non-speaking posters around here...If I could get them to host a seminar for Mrs Rupert and teach her their silent ways it would sure make my life a heck of a lot better!
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
I realize that may not be verbose enough for some but although it may involve some laziness it's isn't purely lazy or being self-centered.
I just ran out of words actually. The problem is too-many-good-pictures. I don't know what else to say.
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shot with the rokinon 85mm. i was shooting at f2, and it seems i missed the eyes and focused on his hair.
i created a ring of light out of a hoola hoop and some christmas lights. need to experiment some more with this


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QuoteOriginally posted by kengoh Quote
Pano Night shot taken with Sigma 10-20 just now
i dont mean to be that guy, and perhaps its my eyes...but why are the 2 most left buildings in the top center part blurry?
and same goes for the trees under that area. is the lens decentered?
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I got my K-1 last weekend. These are some of the first photos from my new camera.

Cows
by Joakim Östberg, on Flickr
DA* 300mm


Natur
by Joakim Östberg, on Flickr
FA 35mm

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I'm not Ken but I will take a guess that his where he stitched the pano, and those are the 2 slightly distorted UWA edges at the merge point?
Eric


QuoteOriginally posted by hadi Quote
shot with the rokinon 85mm. i was shooting at f2, and it seems i missed the eyes and focused on his hair.
i created a ring of light out of a hoola hoop and some christmas lights. need to experiment some more with this


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i dont mean to be that guy, and perhaps its my eyes...but why are the 2 most left buildings in the top center part blurry?
and same goes for the trees under that area. is the lens decentered?
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Thank you Rupert !

QuoteOriginally posted by redpit Quote
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!
Thank you ! I'm confused but time matters

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 • 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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QuoteOriginally posted by joakim Quote
I got my K-1 last weekend. These are some of the first photos from my new camera.

Cows
by Joakim Östberg, on Flickr
DA* 300mm


Natur
by Joakim Östberg, on Flickr
FA 35mm
You are already making good use of it. Great shots.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
I'm not Ken but I will take a guess that his where he stitched the pano, and those are the 2 slightly distorted UWA edges at the merge point?
Eric
This was shot from a 5 storey high carpark, Initially the camera was on tripod but I removed it and placed it as shown in the below pic in order to capture no obstacle ultra wide angle frame. As it's so high level, I dare not risk to shoot hands free on this 1wk old K1, so every shot I'm holding the camera and each shot is about 8-10sec. I shot about 10 shots but more than 50% were blur due to handshake.
As so much effort and time spent I try all means to salvage the work, this is how I select the shots to stitch: 1,2,4,6(moderate blur),8,10(blur), the missing shots are completely cannot make it so they were discarded and luckily the stitching still works but 2 portion are not sharp.


If you noticed the camera is so new that I haven't even put on the strap. Next time I'll reshoot with the strap on and hands free for blur-free shots.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Michaelina2 Quote
K-1+DA*300/4+HD 1.4TC, handheld, native lighting, close crop, LR(CC)+NIK...Cheers... M
That is a blast!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Michaelina2 Quote
K-1+DA*300/4+HD 1.4TC, handheld, native lighting, close crop, LR(CC)+NIK...



Cheers... M
OMG! That is a riot M ! Squirrels are such hams in front of the camera! great shot, love it.
Eric

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QuoteOriginally posted by kengoh Quote
This was shot from a 5 storey high carpark, Initially the camera was on tripod but I removed it and placed it as shown in the below pic in order to capture no obstacle ultra wide angle frame. As it's so high level, I dare not risk to shoot hands free on this 1wk old K1, so every shot I'm holding the camera and each shot is about 8-10sec. I shot about 10 shots but more than 50% were blur due to handshake.
As so much effort and time spent I try all means to salvage the work, this is how I select the shots to stitch: 1,2,4,6(moderate blur),8,10(blur), the missing shots are completely cannot make it so they were discarded and luckily the stitching still works but 2 portion are not sharp.


If you noticed the camera is so new that I haven't even put on the strap. Next time I'll reshoot with the strap on and hands free for blur-free shots.
Ken, I figured it was something like that. Better safe than sorry, even if your K1 was easy come, because its never easy go! Those "I Dropped my new K1" make my stomach queasy! Great work as always.
Eric
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OMG! That is a riot M ! Squirrels are such hams in front of the camera! great shot, love it.
Eric

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Ken, I figured it was something like that. Better safe than sorry, even if your K1 was easy come, because its never easy go! Those "I Dropped my new K1" make my stomach queasy! Great work as always.
Eric
Thanks Eric, your analysis is perfectly correct.
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