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Jun 19, 2015 18:12 |  #1081

wth. whats this thread gone into.

a/s/l please! lol




  
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Jun 19, 2015 18:31 |  #1082

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Jun 19, 2015 19:39 |  #1083

DTBaan wrote in post #17603764 (external link)
wth. whats this thread gone into.

a/s/l please! lol

lol!


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Jun 19, 2015 20:10 |  #1084

Yeah, lets get this a bit more photography related now that we know with who we chat here everyday :)

One more edited from venice with the CV15. Damn, after using the Canon 16-35Lii, the Sony 16-35 and this little lens, i have to say that the sharpness i get from it is incredible. Center is not as sharp as the sony i think, but corners are at least as good. Very good performer, although CAs are at the strong side towards the edges which was pretty hard to fix


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Jun 19, 2015 21:29 |  #1085

^beautiful, glorious even!


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Jun 19, 2015 22:13 |  #1086

I just took a look at the a7rii sample video again...might actually be thinking about trying it out with a the 55 1.8 and macro 90mm.


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Jun 19, 2015 22:39 |  #1087

Beautiful shot David!

One of my dining room. We wanted the room to be embraced by windows to bring us closer to the outside. It's one of our favorite rooms in the house.

This was tricky lighting and I hope it doesn't look too fake. It's hard balancing the light from the windows with the bracketed exposures of the interior. Still learning.

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Jun 19, 2015 23:10 |  #1088

Random nature shot. The setting sun creating some nice rim lighting for these plants.


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Jun 19, 2015 23:31 |  #1089

Btw David, how do you like focusing your Zeiss 135 f2 APO and Otus 55mm f/1.4 on your a7 series cameras compared to the AF confirm on your 5DIII, and how do you like them compared to the E mount Sony lenses? I've been thinking about picking up those two lenses for Canon mount, but am wondering if I should get the lenses or the Sony camera and Zeiss (Batis) E mount lenses first.


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Jun 20, 2015 00:11 |  #1090

digital_AM wrote in post #17603985 (external link)
Beautiful shot David!

One of my dining room. We wanted the room to be embraced by windows to bring us closer to the outside. It's one of our favorite rooms in the house.

This was tricky lighting and I hope it doesn't look too fake. It's hard balancing the light from the windows with the bracketed exposures of the interior. Still learning.

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Nicely done. Great 3D perspective. You did well. ;-)a




  
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Jun 20, 2015 00:46 |  #1091

was bored out of my mind, so went outside for a little bit of shooting
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Jun 20, 2015 05:40 |  #1092

digital_AM wrote in post #17603985 (external link)
Beautiful shot David!

One of my dining room. We wanted the room to be embraced by windows to bring us closer to the outside. It's one of our favorite rooms in the house.

This was tricky lighting and I hope it doesn't look too fake. It's hard balancing the light from the windows with the bracketed exposures of the interior. Still learning.

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House looks awesome Alfredo. North part of San Antonio is beautiful too.


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Jun 20, 2015 05:44 |  #1093

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One more edited from venice with the CV15. Damn, after using the Canon 16-35Lii, the Sony 16-35 and this little lens, i have to say that the sharpness i get from it is incredible. Center is not as sharp as the sony i think, but corners are at least as good. Very good performer, although CAs are at the strong side towards the edges which was pretty hard to fix
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Awesome David. Looks like a scene out of Assasin's Creed II hah


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Jun 20, 2015 07:11 |  #1094

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17603920 (external link)
^beautiful, glorious even!

Thank you very much!

digital_AM wrote in post #17603985 (external link)
Beautiful shot David!

One of my dining room. We wanted the room to be embraced by windows to bring us closer to the outside. It's one of our favorite rooms in the house.

This was tricky lighting and I hope it doesn't look too fake. It's hard balancing the light from the windows with the bracketed exposures of the interior. Still learning.

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Thanks! I really dig the style of your house. I love minimalistic design!

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Awesome David. Looks like a scene out of Assasin's Creed II hah

Thank you! I was reminded a lot about assasins creed when i was there because it really looks like that in real life :lol:


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Jun 20, 2015 07:18 |  #1095

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Thank you very much!

Thanks! I really dig the style of your house. I love minimalistic design!

Thank you! I was reminded a lot about assasins creed when i was there because it really looks like that in real life :lol:

Hah I had a feeling that's what you were going for. The PP is reminiscent of the aesthetic of the game. (also because you shared your age earlier and I figured you might have played this at one point)


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