A Picture I Took 2018 - 2019

Daggah

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Vertical panorama of Hong Kong Central with the 24mm PC-E (shifted down and up, then stitched)...I can kind of tell the extremes of the shift movements are a bit soft but it doesn't impact the final image that much.

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Traffic at Hong Kong Central
by David Gevert, on Flickr

and a shot of the Bank of China, same night:

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Hong Kong Central - the Bank of China Tower
by David Gevert, on Flickr

And that concludes my blue hour/night Hong Kong shots...I've got a few B&W photos to post as well:

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A Glass Staircase
by David Gevert, on Flickr

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Hong Kong Shopping
by David Gevert, on Flickr
 

Neutrino

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Pushed the a73 sensor a bit here...single exposure into the sun processed in Lightroom going for funzies a bit into the HDR look territory. Hope the finished look does not look too artificial, but I wanted to play around

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https://500px.com/photo/252372867/palm-by-andrei-ursuleac

Btw Daggah love those HK pics, such a photogenic city....i need to get back there for a visit :)
 
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Neutrino

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Nothing professional list most of you peeps. Just some pics with my phone from vaca.
I actually like the pics, both composition and colors (they give that nice vacation vibe), yeah DR is low but that can give a cool high contrast look

Anyway I was bored at home so I played a bit with some light painting

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Outlaw85

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I actually like the pics, both composition and colors (they give that nice vacation vibe), yeah DR is low but that can give a cool high contrast look

Anyway I was bored at home so I played a bit with some light painting

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Thanks. The third one I played with one of the settings before uploading. It's called "bleached".


This one I was playing with the settings when it happened. I opted for the pic than correct settings
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Not sure how this will look on here since I don't want to blow out the thread width. Messing with panoramic.

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link-https://flic.kr/p/23fdzX1
 

deaedius

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Everytime I go to this thread I am always blown away but the quality of pictures, models, scenery and talent. Wicked stuff, keep it up!
 

Neutrino

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Transported to another world in Brawley, CA.
Gorgeous, love the sand texture and composition :)

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Anyway, played a bit tonight with some light painting in a nearby park, don't have yet a remote shutter for the new camera so i was limited to 30 sec exposures

Source of light single flashlight (Olight R50 pro - on turbo can do 3200 lumens for about 3 min)

Blended two exposures, but i had a lot of trouble getting to the top - the flashlight is not a thrower and the trees are huge

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BB Gun

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Was in Santa Ynez for a friend's memorial/life celebration. No pics of that, but got out and up Figueroa Mountain Road and Zaca Ridge Road for some half decent pics. Pushed my old 70D a bit, and was traveling light, so just the workman 18-135 STM on the camera.

I can't make up my mind which composition I like better on this:
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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1348 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
or:
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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1363 by BBGunWB, on Flickr

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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1391 by BBGunWB, on Flickr

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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1403 by BBGunWB, on Flickr

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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1449 by BBGunWB, on Flickr

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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1478 by BBGunWB, on Flickr

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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1542 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
 
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t_ski

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Was in Santa Ynez for a friend's memorial/life celebration. No pics of that, but got out and up Figueroa Mountain Road and Zaca Ridge Road for some half decent pics. Pushed my old 70D a bit, and was traveling light, so just the workman 18-135 STM on the camera.

I can't make up my mind which composition I like better on this:
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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1348 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
or:
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2018_04_18-Santa-Ynez-1363 by BBGunWB, on Flickr
I think the first one, as it lays out with the old perspective grids like this:

https://openclipart.org/detail/216995/3d-perspective-grid-very-long
 

Etherton

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On the CV40. When focusing I am seeing fairly strong fringing - purple and magenta. Is that normal? When using the 12x magnification on a Sony a7R2.

The halo behind this is actually another leaf - DOF obliterated it.
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Some hunters left this behind:

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stamsek

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On the CV40. When focusing I am seeing fairly strong fringing - purple and magenta. Is that normal? When using the 12x magnification on a Sony a7R2.

The halo behind this is actually another leaf - DOF obliterated it.


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Some lenses just have bad chromatic aberration. Nothing out of the ordinary.
 
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