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02-02-2015, 09:40 AM - 2 Likes   #6616
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Here is one from last night at Martin's Beach, San Mateo county:

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Last light on Loch Awe with 645Z and the HD DA 28-45

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Canary Wharf at Twilight with 645Z and FA 80 - 160

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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some more from the South Wales coast - this time further west in a pretty village called Laugharne. It's most famous for its links with the poet Dylan Thomas. I spent earlier in the day in Llansteffan, some photos from there later. I seem to spend half my time cloning dust spots now. I have SO much dust on my sensor....

I spent the whole day with just my tripod, filters and the 28 - 45.

1. Wales has hundreds of castles. I visited two of them today. Used Big Stopper on this one



2. And the Little Stopper on this one:



3. Little Stopper again:



4. Just the 0.6 GND soft on this one, which is my favourite of the bunch. I did notice the empty space at the top (once I'd cleared the dust spots) but felt that it added to the simplicity of the shot



5. No filter needed for this one, a 12 minute exposure under moonlight

Super, I specially love the castle type ones. I have dust spots too, not too many, but was very surprised they were there because I didnt change the lens too much in the field and darn thing is suppose to be Proofed. Ah, I need to be more careful. I think some got in when I was changeing the filter on the 25mm. I got rid of that in favor of the 28-45. WOW, its huge. Great photography, thanks for sharing

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A couple from today with the 645z and HD DA 28-45mm. First is an 8 shot vertical pano, the other single is 25s exposure of a moonlit Kilchurn, f13, ISO 1600. I was severely inconvenienced by cold weather induced asthma during that shot and would like to have kept the exposure a bit shorter to avoid the star trails, but I think this isn't too shoddy.



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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
A couple from today with the 645z and HD DA 28-45mm. First is an 8 shot vertical pano, the other single is 25s exposure of a moonlit Kilchurn, f13, ISO 1600. I was severely inconvenienced by cold weather induced asthma during that shot and would like to have kept the exposure a bit shorter to avoid the star trails, but I think this isn't too shoddy.



nice!
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It's great to see everyone's Pentax work.

This image is from last October at Mono Lake in California, taken with the 645D and 45-85mm (manual A version).
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QuoteOriginally posted by SeatleDucks Quote
It's great to see everyone's Pentax work.

This image is from last October at Mono Lake in California, taken with the 645D and 45-85mm (manual A version).
That is lovely. Also a good example of the old landscape mantra to look behind you.

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i like those pink and blue tones. nice
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ristretto Quote
Some pictures from our recent trip to Milan/Italy. All pictures with Pentax 645D and 2.8/55mm
Beautiful. That duomo is just fantastic.
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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
A couple from today with the 645z and HD DA 28-45mm. First is an 8 shot vertical pano, the other single is 25s exposure of a moonlit Kilchurn, f13, ISO 1600. I was severely inconvenienced by cold weather induced asthma during that shot and would like to have kept the exposure a bit shorter to avoid the star trails, but I think this isn't too shoddy.



Love it.

I'm a bit further south in the Lake District. I sensed dramatic light was a possibility in the sky so made my way quickly to the grounds of a pub I drink in regularly - Wateredge Inn and used their boat landing stage. My forecast of good light was correct:

All with 645Z and 28 - 45 +some Lee Filters 2 x soft GND and also a Little stopper for the long exposures except the final one:

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4.

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QuoteOriginally posted by derekkite Quote
That is lovely. Also a good example of the old landscape mantra to look behind you.
Thank you!

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
i like those pink and blue tones. nice
mikeSF, your 645D work on the web is gorgeous and really helped in my decision to buy into the system!
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QuoteOriginally posted by SeatleDucks Quote
Thank you!

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mikeSF, your 645D work on the web is gorgeous and really helped in my decision to buy into the system!
hey, don't blame me, lol.
can't wait to see more from you.
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Some from a walk today with a friend and his two Cairn Terriers:

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Fred isn't as keen as Beryl at posing:





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love that first doggie pic!
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