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05-30-2016, 06:24 PM - 2 Likes   #1456
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QuoteOriginally posted by micromacro Quote
The same place as it was with F35-70mm, now with DA 15mm ltd, crop mode.
All the natural sky tones are perfect! Crop mode is so handy!

Mama came back for another shot....she must have known Mrs Rupert went to the store?

This Tamron 70-200 is so sharp wide open...I need to do some practice with it...I'm not used to this much sharpness in low light!


She is well fed and healthy! She is not afraid of me, but runs like the devil when Mrs Rupert steps outside!


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Rupert, you are terrible! I'm torn between FA 31mm and Tamron 70-200, and did not win the lottery yet.
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A voigt, zeiss and a pentax limited meet in a bar....

Same subject just different lenses and rendering. It was windy and the cala lilly and light were bouncing around. Should have used the same f stop but this is what they look like wide open.
Zeiss Distagon 35 f2 Voigtlander 58 f1.4 FA77 Ltd f1.8
Voigt? or CZ f2
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A few Tyrolean landscape, having fun :-) :-) :-) with the in camera ADVHDR (jpeg converted by camera) that comes out pretty well. For the waterfall, I shot f22 because I did not have any ND filter, no problem with diffraction on 24x36.
That is some exceptional framing. Beautiful.

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Simple sunset light with M 85 f/2, at f/5.6



Another night shot with DA* 55.

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43/1.9, mirror-up, IR remote, polarizer, mid-day sun. Painted Hills Monument Oregon
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43/1.9, mirror-up, IR remote, polarizer, mid-day sun. Painted Hills Monument Oregon
Great shot. You really needed MLU and IR remote in mid day sun ?
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During my travels in the U.S. I have never come across food markets and I really don't know if they exist, though I suspect they do. Here in Melbourne, as well as in other cities in Australia, they are still very popular.
Seattle has the Pike Place Market. You name it, they have it.

Everett, 30 miles to the North also has a smaller farmer's type market. Local hobby farmers bring fresh fruit and vegetables to sell. Sometimes fresh whole milk can be found, local honey, eggs, etc.

All across the US cities and towns have similar markets. One must know where to look.



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QuoteOriginally posted by micromacro Quote
Rupert, you are terrible! I'm torn between FA 31mm and Tamron 70-200, and did not win the lottery yet.
So many lenses...so many choices.....I laugh out loud when I hear those hollering that there is no lens selection for Pentax! More often than not if you track down those posters they own a kit 18-55 and are complaining that they might have to go with another brand......no lenses for Pentax!

Micro.....I like primes but consider them so limited. I am a zoom shooter. Versatile and not your daddy's old zoom. Modern zooms are near prime quality and the Tamron 70-200 2.8 is one of those that will make you believe it. When you go through the zoom range and look at all the different primes you get, all at 2.8, and the price of that lens (so cheap!) it just makes sense to me.
Some call it "Big Brain Thinking". I don't necessarily have a big brain....but I have some guidance that does!

Also, zooming with your feet is not always practical or even possible. Or if you are lazy...or worse, if you are lazy and have two broken feet too!



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Sunset yesterday evening, shot with Sigma 10-20 @12mm FF mode.

Awesome shot Kengoh!
After looking at your picture I was tempted to order the K1 immediately. The fact that K1 is in backorder saved my impulse.

I am keen in seeing good number of shots at high ISO's like 5000 to 12800 in low light. If any one of you can post them on the forum it will be a good input for me to order K1 or not.
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QuoteOriginally posted by biz-engineer Quote
Great shot. You really needed MLU and IR remote in mid day sun ?
MLU and IR are my normal set-up on a tripod.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
So many lenses...so many choices.....I laugh out loud when I hear those hollering that there is no lens selection for Pentax! More often than not if you track down those posters they own a kit 18-55 and are complaining that they might have to go with another brand......no lenses for Pentax!

Micro.....I like primes but consider them so limited. I am a zoom shooter. Versatile and not your daddy's old zoom. Modern zooms are near prime quality and the Tamron 70-200 2.8 is one of those that will make you believe it. When you go through the zoom range and look at all the different primes you get, all at 2.8, and the price of that lens (so cheap!) it just makes sense to me.
Some call it "Big Brain Thinking". I don't necessarily have a big brain....but I have some guidance that does!

Also, zooming with your feet is not always practical or even possible. Or if you are lazy...or worse, if you are lazy and have two broken feet too!



Best Regards!
Nice nail fungus there! Ever clip those things?
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31/1.8, Crater Lake, OR. 7 images stitched together using LR.
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Nice nail fungus there! Ever clip those things?
Never had nail fungus...but I did once think of clipping...but after bending down my old bones, I got over it!

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