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Post Options Post Options   Quote Macca Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 May 2021 at 22:32
Paul sorry to hear about your problems, hope you op goes well and you are doing great to try and keep going here.

An evening dog stroll with my newly acquired GM!
1.Tulips
DSC05646.jpg by Macca h, on Flickr
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The elusive Russell/Panther cross
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Dusky angel
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Fresh fruit and Mayflies
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Dishes
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Over the rooftops DSC05725.jpg by Macca h, on Flickr
A7iii and Sony 135mm 1.8 GM all wide open.
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 May 2021 at 23:55
My second try this week: Minolta MD 135/2.8 (MD III) and Sony A7R. All at F2.8

#1 Garden chess set ;)


#2 Giant onion


#3 And one more.
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Bikeabout with Rokkor-X MD I 135/2.8 S/N 1201350 at f2.8 on A7ii (1)

135.1 Mom and daughter after photo shoot

Ektachrome preset with vignette

135.2 Walking after photo shoot

I have no idea who or what they are, I saw a photog and dresses and suits so obviously I stopped and made a couple street -ish shots

135.3 Biking makes me a Free Spirit (not mine)


135.4 Fight Animal Testing
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Bikeabout with Rokkor-X MD I 135/2.8 S/N 1201350 at f2.8 on A7ii (2)

135.5 Bike at the entrance (not mine)


135.6 hugatree


135.7 Fence Face


135.8 Dutch gate

Do we still call it a "Dutch angle" or is that considered derogatory now?
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Bikeabout with Rokkor-X MD I 135/2.8 S/N 1201350 at f2.8 on A7ii (3)

135.9 Dangerous Intersection

Solarized split tone to make it scary, which actually it doesn't need to be; as you can see cars are not friendly at all, and a block away a cyclist was killed a couple years ago, even with large marked Bike Lanes....

135.10 Irregular Fence

The fence is very crooked; this is a stitch of six frames, a couple problems with the stitching (MS ICE) but fine for a cursory look.

Good luck Paul, hope you're okay for the next two weeks (thumbsup)
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Great harvest this week so far

Paul,even close to home you keep producing very nice results,I especially like the Heliopan shots and the second in particular

Marius, that "pocket rocket" keeps impressing, nice bokeh in the last and I also like the chess set. Also the onions with the Rokkor are nice.

Macca, those tulips just jump off my screen, nice colour and detail

4paul, good to see another biker/photographer, that combo also makes me feel a free spirit . That crossing indeed looks scary but the processing fits very well.

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I went to the point where the river Schelde leaves Belgium and enters the Netherlands (and becomes Westerschelde).


135-1: HMM Stockholm, one of the biggest container vessels in the world (23820 TEU, 228.600 ton DWT)



135-2: Radar tower with publically accessible observation balcony (the lowest)



135-3: Cooling tower oulets of the Doel Nuclear Power Plant


All A7ii + OM Zuiko 135/2.8
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Originally posted by 4paul 4paul wrote:


135.8 Dutch gate

Do we still call it a "Dutch angle" or is that considered derogatory now?

As a Dutchman I don't mind
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

I went to the point where the river Schelde leaves Belgium and enters the Netherlands (and becomes Westerschelde).

135-1: HMM Stockholm, one of the biggest container vessels in the world (23820 TEU, 228.600 ton DWT)


Good you captured the others ships in front, giving a great sense of scale,
What a beast!
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My Day 130, with Trioplan f=13cm (from ' Siemens Dia Vorstaz') on A7R2 (via Minolta bellows)

From a bunch of flowers on th ediner table.

FS-130.1



FS-130.2



FS-130.3


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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

Apparently there is 80% success rate, 15% so so and 5% gets worse. But last year I learned all there is to know about prognosis and percentage. It means nothing for the individual case. So only time will tell.

Fingers crossed Paul for you to belong to the first group!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote mariuszlo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2021 at 02:10
My last take this week.
Sony Zeiss 135/1.8
#1 Armchairs


#2 Some kind of rose.


#3 Cityscape


#4 On Governors Island
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Snegren Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2021 at 09:03
Originally posted by 4paul 4paul wrote:


Do we still call it a "Dutch angle" or is that considered derogatory now?

Reappropriation is perfectly acceptable here Paul!
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First set of my Day 135 with MC Rokkor 3.5/135mm QD on A7R2.

FS-135.1 Dead wood


FS-135.2 A beautiful day for cycling



FS-135.3 Leaf peaping



FS-135.4 Family walk



FS-135.5 Fence

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