Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by sanford, May 29, 2016.
Three from the Carmelite Monastery. Fuji XT10, 50-230mm zoom, Velvia film simulation.
Hailstorm on the Quirang, Skye
Tiny Yellow Flower
Sony A7RII, Canon EF 180mm F/3.5 L Macro
The Happy Couple
FE 90mm f/2.8
Another pose from my session with Bob last week.
FE 90mm f/2.8
Wahid and his young assistant cut up and sell broilers at the edge of a road close to where I live. Once in a while they bring "country roosters", whose meat sells for a much higher price.
All Saints church, East Dean (goldie filter).
Valley of Fire, near Las Vegas, NV
Three from a Sony A7R, lenses noted.
135mm A.Schact Ulm R Travenon f/3.5
#2 Adaptall II SP 35-80mm f/2.8 CF Macro (01A)
#3 Adaptall II SP 35-80mm f/2.8 CF Macro (01A)
John, I really must visit GB sometime. What a landscape. Nice macro, too. Louis, so is yours.
This is from February, but not processed until two weeks ago:
Sony a6000 / Sony 35mm 1.8
Exploring 6th St.
Downtown Santa Ana, California
Wall of Flowers
Dragonfly in my garden (Libellula quadrimaculata) Image cropped.
A bit of car-porn. Jaguar E-Type, Fujifilm X100S.
Good timing, Karim.
A bokeh test of the Sigma Super-Wide II 24mm f/2.8 on my a6000.
Rick drawbridge I really like that Café Red
Thanks Michael. It's something a little different.
Big Snapper...this old fellow was traveling between ponds and paused for a photo!
Sobranes View, Garrapata State Park.
The El Nino effect this year brought rain, but not as much hoped for or needed. The wild flowers on the coast soaked it up and the cool coastal conditions kept the moisture alive. Different story in the hotter inland.
There's something about the Fuji sensors which I'm loving in this thread. Damn.
Its their film emulation. It is seductive, but ultimately redundant. Like getting a Gibson Les Paul, putting it through a Marshall stack and playing a power chord. Sounds great. Sounds exactly like everyone else. This is why I decided not to buy one.
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