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03-06-2016, 05:54 PM   #8461
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QuoteOriginally posted by vcollerp Quote



super clean captures!

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
A recent one I processed tonight.
645D & A 35/3.5
lovely light and complementary tones

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I went down to the lake tonight. Nice sunset and the ice is starting to break up but it is still very thick here.

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
Really nice shot.
Thank you Matt!

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QuoteOriginally posted by vcollerp Quote
Hi
The 645 400mm 5.6 at about 4m. Not bad for a $900 lens.
Stunning indeed.
I wondered if it actually couldn't be it's 600mm stared par

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Its been good couple months that im with Pentax and step by step got used to it.
645D+ 105mm. 2.4 at 2.4
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Years back, I did a whole series of these with the Pentax 67 and 135mm macro lens to show depth of field - here are the extremes, at f/4 and f/32 - moderately interesting to see now

f/4


f/32
i like the color gradation, with the lavender / blue on top.

And i would have bet that DOF increase a lot more than that when you stop down, even at close focusing distance
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rytis Quote
Its been good couple months that im with Pentax and step by step got used to it.
645D+ 105mm. 2.4 at 2.4
Did you do some softening on the pictures ?
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even at close focusing distance
I think that's the key - close up - but I tried to arrange it so the 'circle of confusion' covered covered the weights at f/32, but there's not much to spare, I agree
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
Did you do some softening on the pictures ?
Sortof. Skin mostly
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Sortof. Skin mostly
for a while i was wondering if i had an anormaly sharp 105

nice serie Btw. The picture really do look like a painting. I mean, the color, contrast and gradation.
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I went down to the lake tonight. Nice sunset and the ice is starting to break up but it is still very thick here.

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beautiful!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
for a while i was wondering if i had an anormaly sharp 105

nice serie Btw. The picture really do look like a painting. I mean, the color, contrast and gradation.
Thanks, thats the look im going after, my 105 is quite sharp at 2.4 , the biggest issue to nail focus, most of the time im getting eyelashes in focus and not the eye.. its hard.
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Thanks, thats the look im going after, my 105 is quite sharp at 2.4 , the biggest issue to nail focus, most of the time im getting eyelashes in focus and not the eye.. its hard.
Having any other focusing screen than the standard matte screen make it easier

I don't have the slightest idea if you can change it on the 645D/Z ( i only own the P6x7 in MF)
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