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Nov 02, 2011 17:50 |  #1141

Really nice, Julian. I really like the elevated position and framing of the second one.


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Nov 02, 2011 19:23 |  #1142

Thanks Ken. I prefer the second one myself only bcoz' of the pastel colors in the sky. :)




  
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Nov 03, 2011 23:12 |  #1143

I decided to redo this image in mono. :)

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Nov 04, 2011 03:01 |  #1144

Not bad. You definitely do mono better than I do.

I keep coming back to look at your second shot with the pastels. It belongs on a canvas on a wall!


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Nov 04, 2011 06:31 |  #1145

Thanks Ken. :) I already ordered a few prints in large. :)




  
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Nov 07, 2011 02:14 |  #1146

Tried something a little bit different with this lens on the weekend. Feel free to let me know what you think!

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Nov 08, 2011 02:49 |  #1147

3 vertical frames stitched, then cropped square for presentation. No filters. I'm officially adding "scaling buildings" to my list of photography addictions.

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Nov 08, 2011 03:43 |  #1148

^Nice work Kenny. Are you leveling your shots before you do the actual pano?




  
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Nov 08, 2011 04:02 |  #1149

jdizzle wrote in post #13369568 (external link)
^Nice work Kenny. Are you leveling your shots before you do the actual pano?

Can't really - I use this (external link) most of the time for it's portability. I just try to eyeball it level and then use Live View for further assistance (especially in the dark).

Occasionally I'll end up doing some slight corrections in PS if I end up not eyeballing it well enough. That was the case with this image. :oops:

Does it seem pelfed to you?


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Nov 08, 2011 04:02 |  #1150

jdizzle wrote in post #13352262 (external link)
Thanks Ken. :) I already ordered a few prints in large. :)

I'm not surprised!
Jasus, Julian, that lens is almost indecently sharp and crisp... I've just found this thread and am thinking that the 24 might be a more logical addition than the Zeiss 21, seeing as I have the 17 TS.

(And don't tell me I need both! You are a bad influence!)


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Nov 08, 2011 04:07 |  #1151

ken2000ac wrote in post #13369597 (external link)
Can't really - I use this (external link) most of the time for it's portability. I just try to eyeball it level and then use Live View for further assistance (especially in the dark).

Occasionally I'll end up doing some slight corrections in PS if I end up not eyeballing it well enough. That was the case with this image. :oops:

Does it seem pelfed to you?

No, not at all. I love how it turned out. Eyeballing is what I do most of the time. ;)




  
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Nov 08, 2011 04:08 |  #1152

Ricardo222 wrote in post #13369599 (external link)
I'm not surprised!
Jasus, Julian, that lens is almost indecently sharp and crisp... I've just found this thread and am thinking that the 24 might be a more logical addition than the Zeiss 21, seeing as I have the 17 TS.

(And don't tell me I need both! You are a bad influence!)

Hehe! You know what I'm going to say already. :lol:;) This lens is sharp and the contrast is much better by a hair. :)




  
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Nov 08, 2011 18:01 as a reply to  @ jdizzle's post |  #1153

Seriously (no, seriously) considering pushing the button on this tomorrow morning. It's this or the 17 and I have had some great info from this thread and another about the differences. Plus I've delved into my shots and totted up the FL I like. I still think the 24 is edging the win.

Just a quick question if anyone knows - how is it for IR? I cant see it listed in the IR lenses thread as good or bad. Its not going to be a deal-stopper if its bad, it would just be another bonus.


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Nov 08, 2011 18:49 |  #1154

^I haven't tried it for IR to be honest. Other than that, you won't be disappointed in this lens. :)




  
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Nov 08, 2011 19:25 |  #1155

Fredrick_f wrote in post #13122168 (external link)
Tilted and shifted

QUOTED IMAGE

This is awesome. NG worthy!


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