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Jan 19, 2018 23:24 |  #10561

David Arbogast wrote in post #18544855 (external link)
Great shots Alfredo. Your home is so beautiful.

Thanks so much David!

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This should be the last shot from my Mission San Juan series. A long exposure capture with the SR app using my Loxia 85.

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Jan 20, 2018 00:24 |  #10562

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i think i was at F16 here - Single Exposure

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Jan 20, 2018 03:40 |  #10563

Do you know Corel is still alive? The new Paintshop 2018 looks very promising and very cheap, no subscription. I will try it.

https://www.paintshopp​ro.com …s/paintshop-pro/ultimate/ (external link)


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Jan 20, 2018 07:00 |  #10564

digital_AM wrote in post #18544838 (external link)
I was hoping to shoot outside with my Zeiss 35 ZE but the weather was crap all day. Instead I shot a few scenes around my house. This lens is well corrected for distortion. I may have had IBIS enabled by mistake while on the tripod but the photos still came out pretty sharp.

I thought it was unnecessary to turn of IBIS when shooting from a tripod?


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Jan 20, 2018 07:25 |  #10565

Charlie wrote in post #18544790 (external link)
I bought my home like 5 years back or so at the lowest of the recession... bought for 450, worth probably 800 by now....

waiting for another correction..


Hehe yeah you bought at the right time.

Things look a lot like 2007 right now...probably worse actually. Equity markets and housing markets have enjoyed a 10 year boom, but the entire economic 'recovery' was propped up by cheap money policies that have created another debt crisis that's touching every part of the global economy. Consumer debt, student loan debt, public sector debt, Chinese debt, etc etc it's all a house of cards and when any one of these pieces falls it will cascade throughout the entire banking system again. Everyone knows its coming as the fundamentals are telling, but no one knows when it will happen or what will be the catalyst.


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Jan 20, 2018 07:28 |  #10566

vinmunoz wrote in post #18544918 (external link)
Do you know Corel is still alive? The new Paintshop 2018 looks very promising and very cheap, no subscription. I will try it.

https://www.paintshopp​ro.com …s/paintshop-pro/ultimate/ (external link)

Nice. I'm going to give it a try too.

I'm trying to ween myself off adobe using capture one and using NiK outside of photoshop. But anytime I need to do something that involves something like layers, there hasn't been anything that can replace PS.


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Jan 20, 2018 07:31 |  #10567

TRhoads wrote in post #18544964 (external link)
I thought it was unnecessary to turn of IBIS when shooting from a tripod?

You may be right. I just thought it was good practice to disable it similar to disabling steady shot on a lens.




  
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Jan 20, 2018 08:19 |  #10568

Loxia 25. Next to the Loxia 21 and Batis 25.....Seriously? I have to wonder what these lens makers are thinking when they make decisions regarding what lenses to introduce.

Maybe this is a typo and its a Loxia 15 :-) I'd be all over that.

https://www.sonyalphar​umors.com …ew-loxia-25mm-f-2-4-lens/ (external link)


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Jan 20, 2018 08:34 |  #10569

mystik610 wrote in post #18544995 (external link)
Loxia 25. Next to the Loxia 21 and Batis 25.....Seriously? I have to wonder what these lens makers are thinking when they make decisions regarding what lenses to introduce.

Maybe this is a typo and its a Loxia 15 :-) I'd be all over that.

https://www.sonyalphar​umors.com …ew-loxia-25mm-f-2-4-lens/ (external link)

No kidding. Sure wish it was 28mm. At 25mm, it would have to be stellar for me to sell my Loxia 21.




  
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Jan 20, 2018 08:58 as a reply to  @ mystik610's post |  #10570

21mm and 25mm are further apart than 85mm and 100mm.


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Jan 20, 2018 09:39 |  #10571

mystik610 wrote in post #18544995 (external link)
Loxia 25. Next to the Loxia 21 and Batis 25.....Seriously? I have to wonder what these lens makers are thinking when they make decisions regarding what lenses to introduce.

Maybe this is a typo and its a Loxia 15 :-) I'd be all over that.

https://www.sonyalphar​umors.com …ew-loxia-25mm-f-2-4-lens/ (external link)

It’s an odd decision but I think zeiss must genuinely think different users would buy batis and loxia I.e batis for photographers and loxia for videographers. Just a guess but I can’t explain the decisions any other way


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Jan 20, 2018 10:02 |  #10572

mystik610 wrote in post #18544995 (external link)
Loxia 25. Next to the Loxia 21 and Batis 25.....Seriously? I have to wonder what these lens makers are thinking when they make decisions regarding what lenses to introduce.

Maybe this is a typo and its a Loxia 15 :-) I'd be all over that.

https://www.sonyalphar​umors.com …ew-loxia-25mm-f-2-4-lens/ (external link)

15 or 28 but 25 totally agree


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Jan 20, 2018 12:23 |  #10573

Today I decided to get up at 5am and head into the mountains as we have been having crazy snow for the past week or two. It was -8.5 Celcius when I was shooting but well worth it. Ive got some more keepers from the outing which I am editing and will post when ready.

This is a 6 shot pano with the Lox 21 of a section of mountains called "The 3 Sisters"

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Jan 20, 2018 12:33 |  #10574

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Today I decided to get up at 5am and head into the mountains as we have been having crazy snow for the past week or two. It was -8.5 Celcius when I was shooting but well worth it. Ive got some more keepers from the outing which I am editing and will post when ready.

This is a 6 shot pano with the Lox 21 of a section of mountains called "The 3 Sisters"

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Jan 20, 2018 12:34 |  #10575

xpfloyd wrote in post #18545176 (external link)
Today I decided to get up at 5am and head into the mountains as we have been having crazy snow for the past week or two. It was -8.5 Celcius when I was shooting but well worth it. Ive got some more keepers from the outing which I am editing and will post when ready.

This is a 6 shot pano with the Lox 21 of a section of mountains called "The 3 Sisters"

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/23Ae​x7m  (external link) 3 Sisters Pano (external link) by xpfloyd (external link), on Flickr

Awesome :) They changed the forecast Friday afternoon so we erased the Saturday sunrise plans but went a little later & visibility was nowt!!!! Still done almost 5 miles though :)

Plus, the 28-70OSS test failed because it gives me f/-- vmadvmad


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