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11-30-2017, 11:10 AM   #13291
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QuoteOriginally posted by kjphilippona Quote
That one is very cool! I also like the flying fish
Thanks Kim! Yes, the flying fish was another very 3D looking one. There are some talented people out there for sure.
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QuoteOriginally posted by normhead Quote
K-1 and Tamron 300 with 1.4 TC




K-1 and DFA 28-105 at 34mm
ISO 1600, ƒ8, 1/2500s


These are outstanding Norm. I know you feel that the K3 with long tele's is better for shooting from your blind, etc, but these K-1 shots with the 300 & TC are terrific.
They may be harder and rare-er to get good one's up close, but I think the results might be a tad superior even with the TC and worth the extra effort.

I still am schlepping around with my Tamron 28-75 F2.8 and keep hemming and hawing over the expense of the DFA 24-70 & 15-30 to replace my 28-75 and Tokina 20-35 as I can afford them, but your DFA 28-105 shots make me want to change my mind on the Tamron replacement, and if I got the 28-105, that leaves me more money for the UWA 15-30. Your 28-105 pics look prime sharp with great colors too (wow!), even though I realize the conditions were ideal for a slower lens, I am not too worried about speed for a that type of lens.

And to be entirely honest, I'm even considering ditching the 15-30 idea for the Irix 15mm Firefly and saying to heck with the big heavy UWA zoom. I find life is too short to lug around heavy zooms when a lighter, sharper, (and cheaper) zoom or prime will give me the keepers I want. AF shouldn't be an issue at 15mm I would think? I sometimes like to use a foreground point of interest, so getting focus correct on the foreground might be an issue, but I can't see it being too difficult. CIF works wonders too.

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Calm evening at the lake. DFA 28-105, Marumi CPL, iso 100, f16, 7 stacks to smooth the water.


Calm evening at Lake Champlain
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Your shots were the reason Frederic.
Thank you Sir !

1. FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM • Metz Flash 52 AF-1 Digital with Ray-Flash L universal adapter


2. FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 200mm F2.8 ED SDM


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


4. FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 200mm F2.8 ED SDM


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Just tryed the Pentax 645 A150 with adapter on the K-1. Forgot to set the shake reduction on 150mm

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Another Soligor bokeh lover !
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Vintage Soligor 20mm 2.8 @2.8
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Another Soligor bokeh lover !
Just remember, people, it's the photgrapher that makes the image, not the lens. That Soligor won't help you unless you know how to use it!

And these two know

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Some more night shots, shot earlier today at Winchester Cathedral
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Some more night shots, shot earlier today at Winchester Cathedral
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Very nice pictures. I use to do a lot of night photography when I shot with film years ago. Now you have given me the bug to start doing it again.
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harvest time

Eric, holy cow, that is awesome 3d and you did a fine job of capturing that effect. I mean that drawing just jumps right out at you, love it.
Here is a shot of a local farmer combining his corn. On the second shot for me the tree is actually the primary subject, the combine secondary since it just happened to be there and of course the corn is the tertiary subject. Sometimes I like a multi-subject photo, but then I am different. Wished I had noticed that tree prior to the harvest, would have been a nicer shot with the standing crop. Oh well, something for in the future.
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