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    Posted: 20 March 2020 at 14:12

April Foolishness
2020
Outtakes


This is the thread for posting your photos for the challenge, that you'd like to share, but that were not posted as your main choice for a particular day.

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Edited by pegelli - 20 March 2020 at 14:17
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A couple more of our flowering cyclamen as out-takes.
All a99ii with CZ 135mm f1.8 Sonnar, wide open.

Cyclamen flowers by Joe Lewit, on Flickr

Cyclamen in flower by Joe Lewit, on Flickr

Edited by Jozioau - 01 April 2020 at 02:37
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Day one outtakes

Sony αA77ii;sal75300; sal16105; Tamron SP AF 90, sal35F18, sigma 70 2.8 DG,macro, Minolta 70-210f4
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Day 1

Evening Walktrait


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Day 1, the same car:

1: same question, safe?



2: Make sure you pump the right fuel


Both A7Rii + AR Hexanon 40/1.8
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Some outtakes, Exif included. A7ii & Samyang 24 unless otherwise stated...

I've been watching a box-set of Green Wing (which most Dyxumers probably won't know, but Julian Rhind-Tutt plays an iconic rebellious doctor and the character would seem to have gone down rather well with healthcare people..)


Up sign at Baker Street


Historical note - this was one of the original platforms on the world's first underground railway (or so a notice says).


Wall decor at Heathrow


Little did they know when they put these signs up that all would be closed by now.


Ive decided each day that I post a random shot to try a shot based on it... this was shot with a99 & Sony 100 Macro.
 



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More yellow furballs of day 2

Another one with mother



Siblings 1



Siblings 2


All A7ii + MG Trioplan 100/2.8
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For a comparative view of my day 1 image. There is so much difference between f/1.2 and f/2.8.

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Day 2:

Sunset


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Birds in the neighborhood.

1. Crow (gathering nest material)


2. Coot (waiting for the a wife to come)


3. Folded duck


All slightly cropped
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Day 2 outtakes... all with a99 & Sony 100 Macro (exif intact)

Fan


Not very successful attempt to mirror yesterday's random shot


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For yesterdays picture I used the Trioplan because it was the longest lens for this week and that way I could get close enough to the chicks.

Today's series (incl. the official submission) is really why the Trioplan is such a special lens, I know some like the character and some don't, but with the right subject it works for me

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All A7ii + MG Trioplan 100/2.8
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Morning dog walk today exploring the open countryside behind our village:

Moving out


Who said Lincolnshire is flat?


Coming back, four miles later


All with a7ii + Loxia 50/2

Edit; used auto settings in Affinity Photo for convenience. It wasn't quite as purple as this I don't think!
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Pear tree funeral

@f8 - -0.3EV 1/400' 100iso

another flower bokeh wide open (f1.8)

@f1.7 - 1/1000' 100iso 0EV

A7III + Samyang 45mm f1.8
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