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David ­ Arbogast
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Mar 12, 2015 19:34 as a reply to  @ post 17472369 |  #4561

^incredible, gorgeous, awesome, etc. Wow, those mountains are amazing. :)


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Mar 12, 2015 21:07 |  #4562

David Arbogast wrote in post #17472395 (external link)
^incredible, gorgeous, awesome, etc. Wow, those mountains are amazing. :)

Yup, pretty much nailed that shot.


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Mar 12, 2015 21:21 |  #4563

Bcaps wrote in post #17472369 (external link)
I sold my 5D3 so this may be my last photo with the 24 TS-E unless canon pulls their head out of their butt and stops ignoring landscape shooters.

Day's end in the Tombstone Range (Yukon) lights up the Fall colors covering the tundra.

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Beautiful capture, love the light and colors :)


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Mar 12, 2015 22:49 |  #4564

Bcaps wrote in post #17472369 (external link)
I sold my 5D3 so this may be my last photo with the 24 TS-E unless canon pulls their head out of their butt and stops ignoring landscape shooters.

Day's end in the Tombstone Range (Yukon) lights up the Fall colors covering the tundra.

Click the Flickr link (external link) to enlarge and view on black.

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Beautiful image! If you sell off the TS-EII, is the 14-24 going to replace it for you or will you give the Nikon PC-E24 a shot?


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Mar 12, 2015 23:16 |  #4565

David Arbogast wrote in post #17472395 (external link)
^incredible, gorgeous, awesome, etc. Wow, those mountains are amazing. :)


windpig wrote in post #17472502 (external link)
Yup, pretty much nailed that shot.


mariosworld343 wrote in post #17472520 (external link)
Beautiful capture, love the light and colors :)

Thanks all!

Justinsmnz wrote in post #17472603 (external link)
Beautiful image! If you sell off the TS-EII, is the 14-24 going to replace it for you or will you give the Nikon PC-E24 a shot?

Thanks! Yeah, the 14-24 is pretty much my go to landscape lens now so I'm sticking with that. I'm also waiting for V2 of the a7R to see if they don't iron out some of the V1 wrinkles as then I could combine the best of both worlds with the Nikon/Canon lenses.


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Mar 13, 2015 04:32 |  #4566

Quick one from the archives. Couple of frames stitched at 48mm for a 6x7 crop.

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Mar 13, 2015 07:18 |  #4567

Home Sweet Home:

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Mar 13, 2015 10:28 |  #4568

Awesome shot, Dave. Great parting shot for the TS-E.

Very cool, Kenny. I really want to see Edinburgh. We were so close on our last trip and just didn't have the time to get there.

Good job catching the dynamic range, Scott. Is that a single exposure?


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Mar 13, 2015 11:46 as a reply to  @ M_Six's post |  #4569

I recommend it highly. It is in fact my favourite city in the world.


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Mar 13, 2015 12:26 as a reply to  @ M_Six's post |  #4570

Thanks M-Six. That is just a single exposure.

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Mar 15, 2015 21:16 |  #4571

On the A6000 love the focus peaking feature

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Mar 15, 2015 21:34 |  #4572

Just purchased this lens, cant wait to receive it. Already loving the 17 tse L


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Mar 15, 2015 23:22 |  #4573

eriet30 wrote in post #17476676 (external link)
On the A6000 love the focus peaking feature
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Great results on the a6000. :)

mariosworld343 wrote in post #17476699 (external link)
Just purchased this lens, cant wait to receive it. Already loving the 17 tse L

Congrats, it's wonderful having both. :) I generally default to the 24mm because it's just the better of the two. The TS-E 17mm is great when I need a wider field of view.


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Mar 16, 2015 18:28 |  #4574

Fantastic images all - especially love the Yukon and Edinburgh!


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Mar 16, 2015 20:09 |  #4575

eriet30 wrote in post #17476676 (external link)
On the A6000 love the focus peaking feature
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I've read about that place -- Felicity, CA. One of these days, I'd love to do a road trip visiting all the roadside wacko attractions; this would be definitely one of the stops. That's a nice creative use of tilt.



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