Re: Your Photography

Postby Bigfoot on Wed 1/Jul/15 9:02am

Slim wrote:
Bigfoot wrote:Oooh - nice bag! :love:


typical hipster........


Fair assessment...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Wed 1/Jul/15 10:55pm

More mucking about on the way home from the office today. I do like this little 50...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Thu 2/Jul/15 11:09pm

My little 35mm arrived today...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby ryda on Fri 3/Jul/15 7:16pm

after a fail going for a ride I shoot this....

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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 1:38am

That's an awesome sky, Shane.
I went out for a walk after work tonight...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby Bigfoot on Sat 4/Jul/15 2:55am

Nice. I love them Eoin - especially the bamboo earlier... it looks so, well, foreign (in a good, non xenophic way!)

Lens working out for you?
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 12:59pm

Chur, Bigfoot. The 50 is easy, but I'm not used to the 35 yet. Last night was from falling light to darkness, and ISO's up to 10k. Whilst stopping down to get a bit more field of focus, I wasn't paying enough attention to shutter speed and the fact that I was walking. Many of the shots I thought I got, I blew. Moah practice required...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 2:43pm

Still not up to speed on returning to a rangefinder. More work required...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 7:26pm

A few more from last night. My technique sucked, so these are a few of the semi-salvageable ones. I definitely need to practice getting up close, and handling the rangefinder focusing...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby ryda on Sat 4/Jul/15 7:42pm

Tried to get some stalking this arvo on wet day in Rotovegas

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B&W seem to work much better for these... I put my 50mm in pocket but it stayed there, 75-200 was in use

Eoin do use a filter, I have heard red works good for B&W ?
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Re: Your Photography

Postby ryda on Sat 4/Jul/15 9:43pm

And a lake Rotorua shot here Just Because
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 10:44pm

Good to see, Shane, and I really like the Lake Rotorua shot.
I use yellow, orange, and red filters to add contrast, but that's on a monochrome sensor, with no Bayer (RGB) filter. For your colour sensor, it's better to use the channel filters available in Photoshop / Lightroom / SilverEfex, which will give you a lot more control.

As it's very gray out today, I reverted back to colour (although there's not much of it in these shots) with the A7R. Playing with water.
First getting the focus right...
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Then a single drop...
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Then working to get 2 drops to collide...
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Now we're getting somewhere...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 10:46pm

Who knew that there are little glassy men inside every drop of water, just trying to get out?
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 10:49pm

Then I decided it would be messier to drop milk into water. The different colours are from putting a gel on the flash...
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Re: Your Photography

Postby EoinC on Sat 4/Jul/15 10:54pm

The final step for today was to try milk in milk. Next will be food colouring, but that will have to wait...
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All the above shots are crops from a non-macro 135mm lens, shot in the dark at 3.2s and f/10-11, using a flash backed off to 1/128 to stop the locomotion.
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