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    Posted: 24 November 2022 at 14:46
I am confused, why is #41 touristy? (and #46 is not?)

Mice series of pictures from your trip. You visited some nice places
I like #50 btw - the group behind could have been a little neater, but in general I think is is an interesting picture.

TFS!
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Thank you !!

40 [Phone photo] I missed this one, small street in Brussels


Ghent

41. This is touristy photo


42.


43.


44.


45.


Bruges

46. One of the main view in Bruges, I think


47. Market Square and the Belfry of Bruges


48.


49. [Phone photo]


50. [Phone photo] On the other thread, I was complaining about some tourist was rude when they are taking pictures. This one, I was standing still trying to take a picture, and then this woman walked right in front of me and start doing a 360 , it seems like she did not care I was in her frame.



So, these are the photos I have selected to show for this trip. May be I will try to find a little more interesting ones later. Thanks for watching.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jozioau Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 November 2022 at 06:09
Wonderful armchair travelling via this post.
Most enjoyable. Both familiar and unfamiliar subjects, and quite an interesting take and variety in the way you've presented them.
Looking forward to more.
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Great trip, great photos!

#38 is truly outstanding - my personal favorite. #28 is a very close second in my ranking. I like the way you used the 12mm lens!

TFS!

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Very nice. Love the lighting and colors.
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Brussels

33. Square Brussels


34. Restaurants street close to the Grand Place, it is very interesting that the same type of cuisine like to group together in the same street block. Like here, a few Greek restaurants lump together. In Paris, shops of Crepe like to gather in the same street block.


35. [Original, non processed] Grand Place, I have been complaining about the distortion of the wide angle


36. Fixed the distortion in Photoshop, I have to generate more skies above the tower before I can use the distortion tool


37. Interesting buildings and street on the way to the high court


38. Inside Palais de Justice, while I was standing in the middle high floor, I saw the guy walking towards the exit, everything pretty much in symmetry


39. Then I asked my son to stand there and took another photo with a different view
 



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Originally posted by coyote1086 coyote1086 wrote:



25. I was waiting for the bicycler to move on but he stayed there for such a long time, then he moved ahead a bit and stopped again, a group of people behind me finally walked past me, so I had no good clear shot

27. There is only one street in Mont Saint-Michel and it was so crowded, no one was wearing mask except my family.


To quote Jean-Paul Sartre “Hell is other people.”

nice series
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Post Options Post Options   Quote coyote1086 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 November 2022 at 16:26
Palais Garnier

28. This place is so beautiful and the lighting so warm


29. And this is the place where I found the most Instagrammers at work


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Paris Concorde Metro Station

32. [Phone photo] One of the platforms has this letters wall


This concludes Paris. Next Belgium.
Thanks for watching so far.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote MichelvA Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 November 2022 at 06:09
Mont Saint-Michel; I always liked the name if that small island
Nice that you posted an image of the main street too.
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Originally posted by coyote1086 coyote1086 wrote:

Originally posted by Coast Coast wrote:


For your Minolta 100-200 I have the aps-c Sony G 70-350.

Yes thats what I do, put one of my 3 lenses on one camera and another the other camera, depending on the shooting circumstances, put the 3rd in my bag. It's easy to do they are so compact and light carrying around. My biggest problem w switching was always sensor dust
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I have the A-mount 70-300G, it is quite big, so I only bring it when I know I really need the telephoto and I do not need to carry the backpack all day long (with car). I wonder how big is the E 70-350 ? and of course I don't have the fund to buy it, I was considering the E 55-210, used ones can be had for CAD $200-$250, since the 100-200 could do the job, so I rather not spend that $200.

I bought my 6000 in a bundle in 2015, that means the camera, a 16-50, a 55-210 and a Sony bag to carry it all. I can say, stay as far away from the 55-210 as you can, If there was ever a Sony garbage lens, its it. At least my copy was. Very poor auto focus, very poor color rendering. I always thought Sony should be embarrassed to have their name on it.

If you already have a 70-300, probably wouldn't make sense getting the 70-350 except that it's an aps-c lens on an aps-c camera, which I really like. One doesn't need an adapter and its true reach is 500mm+. I assume it's not as heavy or big as its full frame brothers. Obviously it's bigger and heavier than 55-210 but not by much. When I do take it along I carry it easily in my small backpack that can carry one of the cameras, couple of lens and a bottle of water. Sometimes I just take the lens and a bottle of water.

Sounds like you are set as you are, except for the lens on each camera trick which I do. Its really nice being able to grab a whole other camera setting with these little cameras
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Post Options Post Options   Quote coyote1086 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 November 2022 at 04:57
Montmartre, quite an interesting area in Paris, a lot of places to see and a lot of iconic places to take photos of for Instagrammers.

17. Sacre-Coeur with Carousal at the base


18. Sacre-Coeur with the classic Citreon 2CV, I recent saw an old advertisement of the Citreon 2CV saying it has as many wheels as a Rolls Royce, More room than a Porsche, for only 2647 British Pound.


19. [Phone photo] Too many people in the afternoon, didn't have mood to bring out the camera


20. Went back early next morning (still jetlagging), no people


21. Reverse angle


22. Afternoon, seems okay


23. Next morning, this one I tried to replace the white sky with some blue sky and cloud



Mont Saint-Michel

24. Captured this one from the bus


25. I was waiting for the bicycler to move on but he stayed there for such a long time, then he moved ahead a bit and stopped again, a group of people behind me finally walked past me, so I had no good clear shot


26. Lucky that I took a few photos while he was there and while he had moved forward a bit, so I combined the 2 photos into this


27. There is only one street in Mont Saint-Michel and it was so crowded, no one was wearing mask except my family. Lucky I did not get Covid from the trip


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Originally posted by Coast Coast wrote:


For your Minolta 100-200 I have the aps-c Sony G 70-350.

Yes thats what I do, put one of my 3 lenses on one camera and another the other camera, depending on the shooting circumstances, put the 3rd in my bag. It's easy to do they are so compact and light carrying around. My biggest problem w switching was always sensor dust
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I have the A-mount 70-300G, it is quite big, so I only bring it when I know I really need the telephoto and I do not need to carry the backpack all day long (with car). I wonder how big is the E 70-350 ? and of course I don't have the fund to buy it, I was considering the E 55-210, used ones can be had for CAD $200-$250, since the 100-200 could do the job, so I rather not spend that $200.
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Originally posted by coyote1086 coyote1086 wrote:

   
I was using an A6500, I had a NEX5n as backup and it was in my suitcase all the time. For lenses, I have the 16-70 F4 Zeiss, Rokinon 12mm F2 MF, Sony E 50mm F1.8 and a Minolta 100-200mm F4.5 on LAEA2. The 16-70 and the 12mm were mostly used, I had to keep switching between them. May be I should have put the 12mm on the NEX5n so I don't need to switch so much.


Enjoyed your Summer trip,

I use all the time the gear you chose for your trip. I have the a6500 and a6000. Have that same Rokinon and Zeiss, actually prefer the 16-50 kit over the Zeiss (easier to handle , compact, power zoom OSS) just doesn't carry a lens hood so I wind up more w the Zeiss. Love that compact little Rokinon, super sharp, perfect for landscapes.
For your Minolta 100-200 I have the aps-c Sony G 70-350. Love that lens too
and I do have that Minolta 58mm f1.4 legacy for specialized use. It only fits on my a6000 w adapter

Yes thats what I do, put one of my 3 lenses on one camera and another the other camera, depending on the shooting circumstances, put the 3rd in my bag. It's easy to do they are so compact and light carrying around. My biggest problem w switching was always sensor dust
Joseph (Coast)

Edited by Coast - 19 November 2022 at 07:48
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Originally posted by mariuszlo mariuszlo wrote:

A very nice series.
I especially like #11.
Could you describe your impressions of the equipment? What lenses did you use most often, which ones did you miss?


Thank you.

Forgot to list the equipment that I had on the trip. I was using an A6500, I had a NEX5n as backup and it was in my suitcase all the time. For lenses, I have the 16-70 F4 Zeiss, Rokinon 12mm F2 MF, Sony E 50mm F1.8 and a Minolta 100-200mm F4.5 on LAEA2. The 16-70 and the 12mm were mostly used, I had to keep switching between them. May be I should have put the 12mm on the NEX5n so I don't need to switch so much.
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