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05-24-2016, 09:20 AM   #1231
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I've always liked the look of photos taken with M 50/1.7 so I decided to test it a bit with K-1,

^ Usually this kind of photos are taken with apertures from F/10 - F/32 but I tried something other - focused on this three in front within F/2


How did you achieve this effect? It looks as if you moved the camera vertically during the exposure.

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A couple of B&W Macro shots from the FA100:





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Why do some of these birds look dead ?
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Taken with the K1 and DA* 60-250, some in crop mode, some in FF mode.















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The DoF on the 15-30mm is smaller than one would think... I missed corner focus with this shot despite an f/7.1 setting at 15mm. Still, the K1 is just awesome! :-)
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Taken with the K1 and DA* 60-250, some in crop mode, some in FF mode.














Mmmmmm . . . . dinner!
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Why do some of these birds look dead ?







What birds?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
What birds?
Some of the bird pictures in this thread. Great images but the subjects look lifeless - to me anyways.

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Mmmmmm . . . . dinner!
Might be come fall.
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DFA 100 WR (cropped to about 6mp image, handheld)
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FF Mode • 100 ISO • Soligor C/D Wide-Auto 20mm f:2.8
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wow rob this is an impressive macro shot. AF used?
I am amazed how much details the combination of lens and K-1 can gather. wow!
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wow rob this is an impressive macro shot. AF used?
I am amazed how much details the combination of lens and K-1 can gather. wow!
Thanks! Yes, I used AFS, set to the centre spot.
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Nice one, Frederic! The interesting bokeh gives this shot a bit of 3D pop, to my eyes.
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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
FF Mode 100 ISO Soligor C/D Wide-Auto 20mm f:2.8
FS.....I want that lens! Lovely shot!

Still shooting in Crop Mode and still love it! Saves time in cropping wildlife shot at a distance, and let's you frame your shot with that nice big red frame in the viewfinder!

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