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Post Options Post Options   Quote Snegren Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 October 2021 at 18:24
All with the LAOWA D-Dreamer 12mm F2.8 with shift converter (17mm f/4)

S26: White Beemer


S27: In Dordt everybody has a boat


S28: Pretty in Yellow

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The Laowa can also be used without the shift converter (12 F/2.8).

S29: The corner of Schrijversstraat


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Good I didn't post my S27 version
S28 is a nice shot
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peg 9: Q:Where do you live? A:I don't know, could be number 3a or 9, used to be number 5 but I think that's no longer the case   



peg 10: Jet was easy to spot



peg 11: Two poor lads, holding up the canopy



peg 12: Dat zijn pas foto's


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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 October 2021 at 15:23
Very enjoyable to stroll through your images guys! (waiting for the gal :-))

High time I added some more fishy matter.

8 Lamp


9 Damiatebrug


10 What it's like to live inside a bench


11 Hot and dangerous


12 Memories of Venice


all with a7rii + Samyang 1:2.8 12mm ED AS NCS Fish-Eye
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This was not the my first Dordrecht Dyxum meet. Do you recognize the quay?:



This is where (and how!!) Willem/Stormvogel dropped me off in 2012!
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 October 2021 at 16:32
Yes, I do recognise the quay Leo, it's nice Willem dropped you off there, he was quite a character, it's a pity he lost interest in photography so doesn't come to our meetings anymore.

Btw, as far as I know the first Dyxum meeting in Dordrecht was 2009, see here, the route we took that day overlapped a bit with our last walk.

some comments before I post more photos (as promised)

dop1: impressive sky!
dop7: nice converging view, only the image in the double glass door makes you look like a split personality
dop10: nice!

S2: special bokeh, seem the lens draws a faint pencil line around oof subjects
S4/5: Portrait for me as well
S16, I actually like this shot, the starange perspective helps it in my mind
S18: Really nice!

darosa:
3: very nice fishy view, maybe only a few cm to the right and the lantern and buiding would not have interfered
5: good use of the WA fish-eye, impressive grille!
6: You're right, Paul called it "Simca Iron"
7: defishing worked very well on that one, when you defish the Minolta 16 the corners always look mushy, seems a lot better with this lens.

FS-2 & 3: Funny sequence
FS6: I'll show the result later
FS-12: I really like that view
FS-26: When you check the link at the top of this post you'll see the Pieter Boele was there in 2009 as well, but this steamer seems to follow Dyxum meetings because we also saw it at the Rotterdam meeting in August 2015
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 October 2021 at 17:17
So, now some more photos

peg10: Longboat about to disappear under the Scheffersplein



peg11: We tried to rob a bank, but it was "repurposed" as a restaurant that went belly-up in the COVID crisis



peg12: Water tower on the other side of the Oude Maas



peg13: Some of the larger boats were real beauties, the smaller ones not so much



peg14: My version of the vice



peg15: Two contradicting signs on this pub; top one says "In the paradise apple", the lower one says "Tasting room the broken heart"



peg16: Domien explaining Leo the advantages of the A1/Batis 18 combo

Btw, I think my antiquated A7ii did pretty well at iso 12.800 in this shot

10-11: A7ii + FE28/2,
12-14: A7Rii + Tamron FE28-200 Di III RXD,
15-16: A7ii + Tamron FE20/2.8 Di III OSD



More to come, mainly evening shots from after dinner.

Edited by pegelli - 13 October 2021 at 19:22
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Fred_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 October 2021 at 20:14
A continuing feast for the eyes!
The ones who will join on 24 October, know what to expect now!

I like the versatile use of your 28-200 Pieter, and 12.800 ISO did well indeed.
Leo's subtle use of the fish eye works well for me too.

Interesting link between Dyxum meetings and Pieter Boele! Our Dyxum friend deserves another post then.

FS-45

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Some night shots

peg17: The alley next to the restaurant



peg18: My version of FS-41, and I can confirm, we didn't go in



peg19: The brothers Johan and Cornelis de Witt, one looking slightly more unhappy (or tired) than the other one



peg20: You can see "the making of" this one in FS-6



peg21: The square in front of the townhall



peg22: Looking towards the Voorstraathaven


17, 21 & 22: A7ii + Tamron FE20/2.8 Di III OSD
18, 19 & 20: A7Rii + Tamron FE28-200 Di III RXD
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Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

Very enjoyable to stroll through your images guys! (waiting for the gal :-))

Gal is playing "hard to get (post)"
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The effort of peg20 paid off Pieter!
I like you whole night series BTW. I was too lazy for a triopod, byt the difference with my hand helds is clear.
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Originally posted by svjetlana svjetlana wrote:

Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

Very enjoyable to stroll through your images guys! (waiting for the gal :-))

Gal is playing "hard to get (post)"


Jet, do you read us? Or is your new friend absorbing you completely?
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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

The Laowa can also be used without the shift converter


Looks like a well designed lens with little to no distortion. Obviously any wide angle will give converging verticals when tilted upward but the straight lines are still very linear.

I have 3 Laowa lenses and love them! (15mm f4 Shift/Macro 1:1, 60mm f2.8 2:1 Macro, 105mm f2 T3.2 STF)
I keep looking at the Laowa 12mm f/2.8 Zero-D mainly because of the Magic Shift Converter.
My 15mm has a little shift (+/- 6mm rise and fall but only in horizontal mode). That allows me to correct converging verticals with horizontal shots but also to make bigger stitched images. Using Microsoft ICE, I can get almost a square image from FF (about 36x36mm with my A7R).

Have you used it like that?

I just looked at the 12mm f/2.8 Zero-D on the Laowa website and I see it is available in A-Mount. That would mean I could use it with my Mirex tilt/shift adapter and use it on my Alpha 7 film camera AND Sony A7R with a nice tight Sony adapter. That would allow as much shift as I could desire (Mirex has +/- 15mm) within the image circle but I'd also get the benefit of tilt (10 degrees). That makes it a more viable option

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