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PICT0289. Ascendiendo al Mendaur by Jose M. Leon Lucas, en Flickr




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35/1.8 | 50/1.4 | 50M | 100/2
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This was a project for the 5 coaches on my son's football team.

#10 is my son in the back row. The boy touching the football in the front row's dad made from scratch some beautiful frames with little metal plaques/plates with the team/year.

It turned out very nice.

Sony A77 | Minolta VC-7 (film) Vertical Grip | Σ 14/3.5 | 35/2 RS | 50/2.8 Macro |85/1.4 G RS | 100/2.8 D Macro | Sony 70-200/2.8 G SSM | Sony HVL-F56AM | Minolta 5600D HS Flash x2
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Waterfall, Planten und Blomen


<strike>Details in EXIF.</strike>
Whoops, looks like there's no EXIF details in that one. I'm guessing from memory it's about ISO 100-200, shutter was ~1-1.5 sec, and f/11. On a mini tripod.

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18mm, 1/80 sec, f10, 100 ISO, full frame.


17mm, 1/90 sec, f4.5, 1600 ISO, full frame.


17mm, 1/45 sec, f2.8, 400 ISO, full frame.


35mm, 1/2 sec, f5.6, 400 ISO, slightly cropped.


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f16 - 18mm - 1/640 s - 100 ISO - -2 ev - KM Dynax 5D

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All my photos with this lens on flickr.


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