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    Posted: 13 hours 23 minutes ago at 21:47
Lovin' the bunker shots @pegelli - nice and clean (tidy) they look too.

I have something similar (small scale I think) an easy walking distance from me but mainly all locked up (and strewn with broken beer bottles) ... have snapped some shots there and will return one day soon. I'd liver here 6 months and walked past them many time before I found them (hiding in plain site!).
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Phil Wood, very good photos from Sigma 12-24. You inspired me to take this lens out of the drawer;)
I like the ,Portico view' the most.
And thanks to you, I know who Beay Brummell was.
So far, I only knew Dorian Gray;)
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

This week I have to cover 3 different focal length, 12, 16 and 17 mm

For my first session (with all 3 lenses) I went to the Mastenbos in Kapellen. I nice wood area that also holds the remains of the Nazi "Northabschnitt", a trench and bunkerline in the North of Belgium to defend in case the Allied invasion would land to the north in the Netherlands, of which we now know never happened.


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A very nice and diverse set Pieter. I like them all 4 equally.
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:


Fred, F-15.2 hardly looks like a fisheye shot with the horizon exactly in the middle it doesn't bend. Great light in that shot as well.

You are right Pieter. The horizon was bent a bit (tried to keep the camera as levelled as possible, but applied the correction profile in LR. I liked it just a bit better that way.
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And some Day 16 with 16-35 ZA SSM on A99ii too

F-16.1 Fence



F-16.2 Dunes



F-16.3 Sunset



F-16.4 Sunset - 2
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Day 12 (late)

Beay Brummell's childhood home, now a hotel/golf course - the first time I've seen it without any parked cars. Lockdown is not all bad.

Sony A99ii + Sigma - 12-24 F4.5-5.6 II DG HSM @12mm ISO 100, f8, 1/100s.

Portico view.


Sony A99ii + Sigma - 12-24 F4.5-5.6 II DG HSM @12mm ISO 100, f5.6, 1/250s.

Slippery when wet.


Sony A99ii + Sigma - 12-24 F4.5-5.6 II DG HSM @12mm ISO 100, f8, 1/20s.

River walk.


Sony A99ii + Sigma - 12-24 F4.5-5.6 II DG HSM @12mm ISO 100, f7.1, 1/30s.

 



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That sun flare is in exactly the right place Heikki (HK14.1), and less flare in the other two it seems, even though they all have the sun in the frame. Nice "cold" series and in line with what can be expected up north.

Fred, F-15.2 hardly looks like a fisheye shot with the horizon exactly in the middle it doesn't bend. Great light in that shot as well.
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A few for Day 15, with |Sigma DG 15mm Fisheye on A99ii

F1-15.1 Bike racks


F-15.2 Sunset






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HK14.1 Footbridge

α99 II + Sigma EX 14 mm 1:2.8 Aspherical @ 14 mm, f/11, 1/400 s, ISO 160

HK14.2 Steaming creek next to Marjaniemi allotment garden

α99 II + Sigma EX 14 mm 1:2.8 Aspherical @ 14 mm, f/13, 1/400 s, ISO 200

Yes, that lens is a flare magnet as these examples show!

HK16.1 Mallards in small opening in frozen creek

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Looming Large in Lockdown

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My 16 mm contribution. The first three from the same walk through the Mastenbos as above, the last two from a walk through our neighbourhood a day later.


peg 16-1: Inside a gun bunker (the gun is gone, the plate on which is was mounted is still there



peg 16-2: "close up" of the gun mount



peg 16-3: Same bunker from the outside, the hole through which the gun barrel pointed out



peg 16-4: A ball of lumber



peg 16-5: A concrete ship cutting through a sea of bricks


1, 2, 3: A7ii + Min 16/2.8 fisheye (#1 defished)
4, 5: A7Rii + Min 16/2.8 fisheye
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This week I have to cover 3 different focal length, 12, 16 and 17 mm

For my first session (with all 3 lenses) I went to the Mastenbos in Kapellen. I nice wood area that also holds the remains of the Nazi "Northabschnitt", a trench and bunkerline in the North of Belgium to defend in case the Allied invasion would land to the north in the Netherlands, of which we now know never happened.

peg 12-1: Machinegun bunker entrance



peg 12-2: Eroded trenches



peg 12-3: Looking at the "1st line" (7,11 x 3 "crop-o-rama")

(the bumps you see between the trees are bunkers, now places where bats can hibernate during winter)


peg 12-4: Small pond


All A7Rii + Voigtländer Ultra Wide Heliar 12/5.6

Other lenses to follow later
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Originally posted by dCap dCap wrote:

wow @Snegren - 17.2: Treeline is a super shot!
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Day 14
Subway

Sony A99ii + Bell & Howell 14mm f2.8 ISO 100, f8, 1/8s.

New flats about to set sail.

Sony A99ii + Bell & Howell 14mm f2.8 ISO 100, f8, 1/6s.

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