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  1. Two images shot (handheld, shutter speed 1/8sec) with a Samyang fisheye lens of the new Delft railway station. The ceiling is a reference to the world-famous Delfts Blauw pottery. With some imagination it's visible in these images. 1. 2.
  2. I have a special craving for these lenses, especially the older one, the f/3.5. I compared an old f/3.5 non Ai, a f/2.8 Ais and the latest AF f/2.8D. I just wanted to know which one is the sharpest at center and border to decide once and for all which one will remain in my bag. I used a Nikon Df on a tripod, with Aperture Priority. This is far from a complete and scientific test. First batch are pictures of a map in my wall, with the camera placed 1m away from it, so focus may not be perfect. 100% crops from the center and upper left side, lens wide open and two other apertures (f/5.6 and f/8). Second batch are from my window, lens at infinity and 100% crops from center and border (close). Only at f/5.6. They are all in this sequence (older at the top, newer at bottom). 1- NIKKOR 16mm f/3.5 non AI 2- NIKKOR 16mm f/2.8 Ais 3- AF NIKKOR 16mm f/2.8D WIDE OPEN @f/5.6 @f/8 FOCUS AT INFINITY AND @ f/5.6
  3. An image of the beautiful interior of the Tropenmuseum (worth a visit!) in Amsterdam/Holland. Shot handheld at 1/5sec. Please watch full size to view the details. Olympus E-M10II + Samyang 7.5mm f3.5
  4. Some fisheye images from a recent museum visit. 1. EM10-173493 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 2. EM10-103483 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 3. EM10-173473 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 4. EM10-173446 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 5. the "straight version" of the image above shot with a Fuji X100 X100-0096 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr 6. EM10-173465 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr
  5. I'm still addicted to my Samyang 7.5mm fisheye for images like these. EM10-8061019 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr EM10-8061025 by Luc de Schepper, on Flickr
  6. Olympus has finally announced that sale of the Olympus M.Zuiko 7-14/2.8 Zoom and the M.Zuiko 8/1.8 Fisheye will commence in June. Here is the link to 43rumors: http://www.43rumors.com/olympus-7-14mm-8mm-and-titanium-e-m5ii-officially-announced/ Personally I'm interested in the 7-14/2.8, since it will complete my kit in the wide end.
  7. I think it works. It also looks like this lens has a nice bokeh. All images were taken in manual focus, focusing the lens at the closest distance. The petals were touching the front element! D7000 10.5mm 2.8 • 1/2000" 2.8 100 ISO 1 2 D7000 10.5mm 2.8 • 1/1250" 2.8 100 ISO 3
  8. These were captured with my D5100, please view large: A day in mid October, the sun sets over the ocean outside Nyksund in Vesterålen, Northern Norway. At this time of the year the sun does not set in the west, but more to the south. 1: (12-24mm @ 14mm f/9, 1/320s) A light drizzle of snow on the ground lights up the landscape. 2: (12-24mm @ 24mm f/9 1/40s) Nyksund is situated on two islands; panorama after sunset. 3: (A stitch of two mostly overlapping images from the 10.5mm fisheye, f/8 1/40s) A wider view of the ocean. 4: (stitch of two 10.5mm fisheye images at f/8 1/40s)
  9. Dallas

    Rokinon 7.5mm

    If you have used this lens, let others know what you thought of it by rating (and/or) reviewing it in this thread. We will keep the thread as relevant as we can, so expect off-topic entries to be removed.
  10. Guest

    Chicago before dawn

    From the album: Msmoto

    D4, Modified 10.5mm f/2.8 Nikkor See it Big: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fantinesfotos/8682687780/sizes/o/

    © ©2013 Fantinesvoice.com

  11. If you have used this lens, let others know what you thought of it by rating (and/or) reviewing it in this thread. We will keep the thread as relevant as we can, so expect off-topic entries to be removed.
  12. Popped out during lunch to get a break from intense seismic interpretation.
  13. armando_m

    It is mine !

    Long weekend with no real plans ... come the third day, I went looking for something to shoot Ended up at the Dry (usually) lagoon of Sayula, about 70 kms from my home in Guadalajara Found this abandoned couch and decided to try a self portrait When dry I like the vastness of the place, a huge flat surface of dry mud, this time the off-road the surface was like jello and I did not dare take the truck off road here is my transportation for the day, after playing with an IR conversion in color efex
  14. The purpose of this thread is to collect member reviews and opinions of this piece of equipment. If you have used the item in the title please leave your honest opinions of it in this thread. All new replies are moderated prior to being published. This is to ensure that the content of the threads remains relevant to readers looking for information on the item. Questions about an item should be posted in a new thread in the relevant board, not here. All these threads will be indexed on pages for easy future reference. Purchase from Amazon.com
  15. The purpose of this thread is to collect member reviews and opinions of this piece of equipment. If you have used the item in the title please leave your honest opinions of it in this thread. All new replies are moderated prior to being published. This is to ensure that the content of the threads remains relevant to readers looking for information on the item. Questions about an item should be posted in a new thread in the relevant board, not here. All these threads will be indexed on pages for easy future reference. Purchase from Amazon.com
  16. I am posting this for a friend who is searching for help. "Hi everyone, I wasn't expecting to find myself taking HDR photos but... I have a research project wherein I attempt to isolate tree/shrub foliage from non-foliage (e.g. branches, buildings). I am using a fisheye lens attached to a Nikon Coolpix 5400 that has been retrofit to shoot in the IR. This is helpful since foliage has a very strong IR response. A common problem in using hemispherical photography to measure foliage is uneven illumination conditions. These conditions make it more difficult to set thresholds that will separate leaves from other stuff. HDR photography appears useful in circumventing this issue and I've gotten some useful results. That said, I am not skilled in this art and am basically just accepting presets in Dynamic Photo HDR. I think I could be doing a better job enhancing the local contrast between branches and foliage given the increased dynamic range. I am posting two photos. The first is one shot under relatively good conditions: limited shadowing and bright foliage. However, I'd like your thoughts on how (or if it's possible) to highlight the contrast in the circled areas. The second photo is shot under trickier conditions: dense coniferous shadow. HDR has already helped this result a lot but, again, I'm wondering if I can do better in distinguishing the little branches from the foliage. (Photos shot using AEB -1,0,+1 which is the max allowed automatically). Thank you for your thoughts, Mike Alonzo" I have tried sharpening these images to give more local contrast but it seemed that there would be a bettr result if the image itself was more selective. Any ideas? I will forward your responses to him and encourage him to join OS so he can get some support in his work. TIA, Lew
  17. HansC

    Bull fighter

    Hi all, I had posted some shots of the drifting truck in this board earlier. While all of those where with long(er) lenses, during that shoot i also shot with the fisheye. This is a video of the shooting day (not my video, but shot by one of the team owners). [media=] [/media]While the video isn't of professional quality, it's fun none-the-less and around the 2 minute mark you see me bull-fighting the truck with the fishy. I had to check my testies when this was done, even though from above it doesn't seem so daunting.
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