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I'm waiting for decent light to come again so that I can try a new tripod and head, but in the meantime here's a few from the last week or so (all handheld!):


Skyline, take 2 by Howard Stanbury, on Flickr
Eight frames stitched in PS Photomerge; A7 and Minolta 500mm AF Reflex F8


Didcot Power Station by Howard Stanbury, on Flickr
What remains of Didcot Power Station from the Wittenham clumps; three frames, A7 & Minolta 500mm AF Reflex 8


Twisted Oxford by Howard Stanbury, on Flickr
Three frames, portrait orientation, NEX-7 and SEL 16mm F2.8
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Scheveningen in the distance
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It is week 50 I was in Utrecht to attend a scientific symposium. In line with week 50 requirements I only had one focal length with me and while traveling only a small camera (A6000). I entered a very narrow alley in which I saw an interesting tile tableau. 50 mm on APS-C doesn't cover it. A sweep panoramo cuts too much off at the top and bottom so I finally took 3 vertical handheld shots. This is what the Lightroom panorama function produced based on those, not so shabby at all!

Tile tableau on the house where the inventor of X-rays lived from 1863 to 1865



A6000 + E 50/1.8
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Howard_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 January 2017 at 11:36
Oxford, from South Park:

South Park view of Oxford by Howard Stanbury, on Flickr
Two frames stitched; A7 and Minolta AF 24-85mm F3.5-4.5 @ 40mm
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

It is week 50 I was in Utrecht to attend a scientific symposium. In line with week 50 requirements I only had one focal length with me and while traveling only a small camera (A6000). I entered a very narrow alley in which I saw an interesting tile tableau. 50 mm on APS-C doesn't cover it. A sweep panoramo cuts too much off at the top and bottom so I finally took 3 vertical handheld shots. This is what the Lightroom panorama function produced based on those, not so shabby at all!

Tile tableau on the house where the inventor of X-rays lived from 1863 to 1865



A6000 + E 50/1.8


That looks very painful. All those shots in the left hand
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Post Options Post Options   Quote horizon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 February 2017 at 08:56

Recently I was in Rockhampton doing a week long photoshoot and one afternoon there were a series of storms moving through the region, so I headed to an area that I knew where they would pass through as they would head out to sea and hopefully provide some beautiful light and maybe some lightning shots. The first pano is where three storms converged, though there was some lightning around, it was striking an area where the camera was not pointed also sheet lightning above the clouds and as I completed this pano, there were some lightning strikes only 100meters behind me and moving towards me. The violet colour is due to the sun shining through rain and the light scattering and some rain catching the light as it was falling.

Descrition being the better part of valor, I quickly packed up the gear just in time for a downpour that lasted about half an hour, after which I was then able to set back up and get the very last light as the sun was setting and darkness quickly closed in.


Byfield's Stormy Range




Storm's Last Light




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Former Turkish baths by Howard Stanbury, on Flickr

Stitched in LR from 6 frames
NEX-7 and E 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS

After the event I see the face of C3PO peering back at me ...
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Ratcliffe Power Station by Howard Stanbury, on Flickr

Stitched in LR from 7 frames
NEX-7 and E 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS
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Post Options Post Options   Quote onsplekkie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 May 2017 at 14:04
MevlanaMosque

7 pic with A7s + Loxia21 with PTGui software
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Panoramic Stitch (6 images) of Auckland skyline from Bayswater.


Photos taken with a7R and 70-200/2.8 G at 140mm. 30 second exposures.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Coast Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 May 2017 at 07:12
combination panorama w an ultra wide
Lake Tahoe captured almost in its entirety

Lake Tahoe in a Winter Storm and Flood, Stateline, California. (south shore)
Testing New Sony a6500. 1st photos. Camera settings on default, Rokinon 12mm f.2 lens.
All photos unedited. Photos taken at Lake Tahoe during a winter storm and flood       

(these photos are now fully edited)

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a6000, a6500, Zeiss 16-70, Sony 70-350G, Rokinon Ultra Wide, Rokkor MC 58 1.4 < Keep it Simple / Travel lite >
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Cable Beach Broome, Western Australia
Six Shot stitch

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Post Options Post Options   Quote wetapunga Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 May 2017 at 23:03
It was back to Auckland on Monday night. This time I was at Stanley Point.


This is a 9 image stitch. All shots at 30 seconds, f16, IS0 200 and with the 70-200mm f2.8 G set at 135mm.

Again I was pleased at the level of detail captured and retained in the final photo-
Cf. The Museum on the far left. The Cenotaph is visible.

ANZ building and Skytower
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A7RII+Sony 16-35mm f/4 @ 16mm and in-camera panorama

Oval Cricket Stadium, London



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