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The Photography Thread

Discussion in 'Cameras and camcorders' started by INS-ANI, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. izzikio_rage

    izzikio_rage Well-Known Member

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    One more sony guy shifts to a fast prime
     
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    I used a fast prime before too (Sigma 30mm/1.4)! Now I switched to fast prime and full frame :D
     
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    izzikio_rage Well-Known Member

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    @Siddhartht, took a little inspiration from you and shot some toys. Got the light and setting right, need to take more dramatic light like you. Do advise

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    Amlan the sword is outof focus..umm not working for me

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    @izzikio_rage, I'm pretty sure you meant @HTBR, because I really don't work with models or figures. If I have to say anything, go for dramatic tilt and skew the angles so the face and DOF align with the sword.
     
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    izzikio_rage Well-Known Member

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    @HTBR right, thats who's images i was thinking

    @Siddhartht will give the sword another try. I'm sure i can get it in focus
     
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    That's a nice one @6x6, what place is that ?

    Here are some more pictures I took...for me the biggest difference compared to A6000 is the uncompressed raws...I can really push shadows in post.
    [​IMG]_DSC0093 by Siddharth Tomar, on Flickr
    [​IMG]Waiting by Siddharth Tomar, on Flickr
     
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    Thanks, that is Kullu in Himachal Pradesh.

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    You'll find a huge difference if you do milky way shots. It's amazing much the camera captures with a fast lens. Also true for handheld twilight shots
     
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    1st one lens effect is superb

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    [​IMG]

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    The houseboat pic is amazing. Where did you shoot this?
     
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    Yes agree with amlan..houseboat pic is great..seems kerela trip

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    I've been slowly going through the photos from Makar Sankranti. Found some ones that i really liked. The new lens seems pretty good, its just crazy heavy and no stabilization or auto focus means that everything is upto me when i shoot (which means i bumped up the ISO a lot)

    Samples [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    2nd and 3rd are nicely composed.

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    It is Alleppy in Kerla
     
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    Why are there so many fireworks at the same time for Makar Sankranti ?
     
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    @izzikio_rage, I'm really not into astrophotography and 85mm is not really a nice focal length if I want to capture Stockholm in perspective. At any rate, it is always cloudy here in winter, so clear sky with stars is a luxury.
    @sujoyp, 85/1.8 is really difficult when it comes to depth of field slice...I just trust the aging autofocus of A7ii to lock on stuff. I have some portraits of my friends where it did good with eye-af; I will upload them after asking my friends.
     

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