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#693

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#694

So pretty! Where is that?


#695

Home. :slight_smile:

Hamburg, Germany.


#696

Looks like such a beautiful place to live!


#697

If you want to live on an everlasting construction site, yes…
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#698

Been playing around with my Fuji’s raw files. Definitely not procrastinating.


#699

krancy_Fall_Section3GGHoldingElephantKoreanFlagRiverFlowsUnderBridgeAndThroughYouChillBruhJutCubeWavyLongExposureScreechingLights

Now take a guess where I moved too folks.


#700

A7R01682

1/5s, f/2, ISO100 with the Summicron R 2/50 on A7RII


#701

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Highbanks River Bluff Metro Park, Columbus, Ohio.


#702

I only have my phone to take photos with these days… I was always too lazy to carry a camera.

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#703

Love it! Doesn’t even look real on new phone!


#704

Had to come back to share some nature photos…

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#705

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I’ve been editing pics all day… it’s to cold to go out and shoot today.


#706

CinnamonRolls

ok whenever I upload this to discourse or vbulletin it ruins the colors. but google hangouts makes it look like the edited version


#707

My 80mm has to go.

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Since I now have my set of Summicron R lenses, two of the Loxias have to go.

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Also I’m just no good with a lens as wide as this. So the Heliar is also on the way out.

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#708

“This is the look of a mad man.”


#709

I know it’s popular among photographers to take pictures where only one part is sharp and the rest is blurry but I personally hate it. It makes my eyes hurt.


#710

*nods* A matter of personal opinion. It’s not so much of a trend but it is a method used to focus in on one subject. I do agree this picture looks horrible tbh… I think I have my camera on sRGB and it get’s converted to adobeRGB MapleLeaves
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I mixed up the color space sighs


#711

Personally I love depth of field photography because it makes me feel like I’m looking at the subject in person, mimicking how the eye focuses, but I suppose I could see how it could be distracting.

IMO it’s really the only way to get good macro-style shots:

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#712

I understand why people do it. But if I wanted to take picture of that bumble bee/honey bee I would zoom in on it or get closer so that most of the space on the photo is taken up by that flower and honey bee. If I wanted to see the background as well I would make it sharp too. Whereas with this picture my eyes are constantly trying to focus on the blurred areas and it’s painful.