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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
I was thinking more something in pp, like hdr with saturation on "11", if you get my drift.
No, usual PP process used. I deliberately underexposed for the highlights like I normally do, so have boosted the shadows somewhat. The botanic gardens are very green and lush. Perhaps in boosting the shadows some of the greens are a little richer than you're used to from me...

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Natural Arch in Queensland...

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A sunset from Hasting's Point in the north east of New South Wales... shot with ISO of 400 even though on a tripod, to keep shutter speed to a second...

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A few from last week's MultiGP race. Taken with a 645D and fa 45-85mm.









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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
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Nice. I wish I would get over my prime lens bias and start using this lens more.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ivanvernon Quote
Nice. I wish I would get over my prime lens bias and start using this lens more.
It's a fine lens and I'm very happy with mine. I like my primes but I often start with this on the camera for convenience. If I need to go wider/longer/faster I get in to the primes more. If I don't need to swap lenses in the field I'll try to avoid it. I'm often in dusty/rainy/snowy locations.
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A little bloom-wander, spring fever-dream, compulsory set...
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QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
A little bloom-wander, spring fever-dream, compulsory set...
P67ii | Ektar 100 | Takumar 105/2.4 (first two frames) and SMC 75/4.5 (third frame)
I'd say I've been pleased with the bokeh on the 105/2.4 overall. But the complex foliage on that second one is, well, pretty nervous. Do you remember the aperture of that shot?
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I'd say I've been pleased with the bokeh on the 105/2.4 overall. But the complex foliage on that second one is, well, pretty nervous. Do you remember the aperture of that shot?
I don't recall the aperture, no - my note-taking has become haphazard at best, but I was shooting for semi-thin dof so I'd guess f/4 at most. Definitley wasn't wide open. Hard to imagine even a zeiss taming that frame though - that tree was cut heavily a few years back by the landlord; there were more new shoots all with blooms and light fissuring through than imaginable (or healthy for the tree really), and layers behind it into the evergreens. Likely could've been tamed opening more, but that wasn't my aim. If I'm honest, I'd have preferred a Helios at the time... a fever dream.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
It's a fine lens and I'm very happy with mine. I like my primes but I often start with this on the camera for convenience. If I need to go wider/longer/faster I get in to the primes more. If I don't need to swap lenses in the field I'll try to avoid it. I'm often in dusty/rainy/snowy locations.
You are right, and I have liked it every time I've used it.
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