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12-12-2014, 01:15 PM - 2 Likes   #6376
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Colton, more fantastic work.

Here's some crap from me…



67ii
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67ii, 45/4
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12-12-2014, 03:16 PM   #6378
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Colton, more fantastic work.
Thanks Rob.
I like that first one of yours.
Did you always have the 67II? I thought you had a 67?
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645Z, 400mm A Heavily cropped. Obviously this camera isn't a wildlife camera This bird is actually on the road on a small island in the Yucatan in Mexico called Holbox. Heavy rains flooded many of the sand roads making them impassable by golf cart, the mode of transport on the island. I learned first hand that the roads were impassable

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12-12-2014, 06:12 PM   #6380
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote



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i love that Colton. Very 3D looking too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by susanb Quote
The lighting, composition, mood and story are wonderful.

Susan

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Wow, now that is cool!

Thanks for this amazing capture and sharing your travels with us.

The lens is looking good.

Susan

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A rare capture and done perfectly. Really nice to marvel at nature.

Is this one shot or a stitch?

Susan

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Gorgeous and I love the title.

Susan
Thanks susanb, this was a single frame, I shot a 10 frame stitch as it moved closer as well.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
i love that Colton. Very 3D looking too.
Thank you Mike.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Thanks Rob.
I like that first one of yours.
Did you always have the 67II? I thought you had a 67?
Thanks!

I swapped out the 67 for a 67ii about a year ago - I use it as a big SLR point-and-shoot mainly, so love the matrix metering and aperure priority.

Just saving up for a 75/2.8 AL now...

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Some more from Mumbai - It's very difficult to be inconspicuous with the 645Z at the best of times, impossible when you have the 28 - 45 on board!

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Love the black and white renditions!! Witht he 28-45 on the end I'm guessing you don't just swing it up to your eye!!


QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some more from Mumbai - It's very difficult to be inconspicuous with the 645Z at the best of times, impossible when you have the 28 - 45 on board!

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Rob, that gate pops right out of my screen. nice

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here's a pano using the A80-160...I've become a believer in this lens. (click the thumbnail for the image)

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
Rob, that gate pops right out of my screen. nice
Cheers. Here's a similar shot on a NEX-5N and Zeiss Touit 32mm. Probably sharper, but not half as nice I think:


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P67 at the Jefferson Memorial

Hello All, I've been away from the forum for a while and thought I'd return by posting here!

This is from the Jefferson Memorial, in Washington, DC



P67, 55/4 SMC 67 on Verichrome Pan, significant crop.

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P67, 55/4 SMC 67 lens on Verichrome Pan, slight crop.

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Storm season comes to Sydney. 645Z with 35mm A lens - images taken over about 15 mins and blended.

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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
A few from this afternoon/evening with the 645z. The first is taken with the HD DA 90mm macro and the other three with HD DA 28-45mm. I feel very luck to live within an hour's drive of Glencoe.








And a 5 shot portrait orientation panorama


Hi Andrew - was in Glencoe around a month ago , but no snow then! I have 645Z and tried it then with the 45mm FA 67 lens , but images were not so good....now have 90mm DFA macro which is much better...what are your impressions of the lenses you use?....any pointers for pre-sharpening or sharpening generally?....Ming Thein says he needs to pre-sharpen the 645Z and (Nikon)D810 images 'more' in ACR to get a good file for printing larger images. Thks Ian (in Boston, UK)

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Hurst Quote
Storm season comes to Sydney. 645Z with 35mm A lens - images taken over about 15 mins and blended.

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Hi Ed - Love the storm pic !
I have 645Z and tried it with the 45mm FA 67 lens , but images were not so good....now have 90mm DFA macro which is much better...what are your impressions of the lenses you use?....any pointers for pre-sharpening or sharpening generally?....Ming Thein says he needs to pre-sharpen the 645Z and (Nikon)D810 images 'more' in ACR to get a good file for printing larger images. Thks Ian (in Boston, UK)

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