NEX Images Thread
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joevain
Registered: Aug 29, 2012
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Another from the BMW Museum in Munich. Well worth a visit if anyone is in the area.


Untitled by joevain, on Flickr



sculptormic
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
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wfrank wrote:

I like it but it's not equivalent to a ZE 21/2.8 on an FF. The sharpest thing I've put on the NEX is the Contax G 21/2.8 - except that corners are beyond horrible - and the Voigt is nowhere near that. But it does what it does good. The size on a cam like the NEX 5N is unbeatable, a very neat combo. It's my first M-mount and l like the focusing thingy and it looks pretty cool on the cam if things like that counts :-)

Two more from a walk two hours ago. C&C welcome, overworked?



In general I really like the way you process your images.
These are extremly sharp processed, may be a little to much, but I like it.
Would love to see your settings.

Michiel



sculptormic
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I thought this one was already processed a bit to sharp but now it looks it could use some more







sculptormic
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Strange gathering.







hashaama
Registered: Oct 13, 2008
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Country: United Kingdom

Got my NEX-6 about a week ago, enjoying it so far specially being able to carry it with almost everywhere, only shot JPG's so far and only have 16-50 kit lens yet. Here are a couple I shot.

Cheers
Hash

1 - My son enjoying a sunny day







2 -







taran
Registered: Mar 02, 2012
Total Posts: 393
Country: United States

The rain room... 7 w/pentax 110 24


nyc 5.17.131390 by artistwithlight, on Flickr



joanlvh
Registered: Oct 19, 2008
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Samyang 8 mm fish



JimParsons
Registered: Jul 06, 2003
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wfrank wrote:


I like it but it's not equivalent to a ZE 21/2.8 on an FF. The sharpest thing I've put on the NEX is the Contax G 21/2.8 - except that corners are beyond horrible - and the Voigt is nowhere near that. But it does what it does good. The size on a cam like the NEX 5N is unbeatable, a very neat combo. It's my first M-mount and l like the focusing thingy and it looks pretty cool on the cam if things like that counts :-)



Yeah, that's how it starts- you pick up a CV 15 and like it. Then you get a killer deal on a CV 21 and like that as well. Before you know it you have the 12/15/21/28/35 & 50 CV LTM lenses and find yourself wondering "how did I get here?"



ebookman
Registered: Jul 15, 2012
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Country: United States

Two images with one of my least used lenses the Contax G90. It really is a great lens.



photoomaha
Registered: Feb 14, 2005
Total Posts: 372
Country: United States

Shot this Saturday with the Nex 7 and 35mm 1.8 lens. I believe this was around f/2.8? Really have been enjoying this wedding season shooting all Nex. Much easier on my back!



wfrank
Registered: Feb 09, 2011
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Country: Sweden

sculptormic wrote:
In general I really like the way you process your images.
These are extremly sharp processed, may be a little to much, but I like it.
Would love to see your settings.

Michiel


Thanks so much Michiel. I see what you mean now, in particular the 2nd is oversharpened. I often fail to see that when editing. For settings I use resize scripts found here at FM with a little tweaking. For the image itself I dont have any special flow, but add contrast in several levels plus some dodge & burn (not that much usually) + often a faint vignette. FWIW the goal is to get closer to my perception of the actual scene as I find images SOOC look flat in comparison.

ps. I dont find your image oversharpened :-)



wfrank
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JimParsons wrote:
Yeah, that's how it starts- you pick up a CV 15 and like it. Then you get a killer deal on a CV 21 and like that as well. Before you know it you have the 12/15/21/28/35 & 50 CV LTM lenses and find yourself wondering "how did I get here?"


Heh. For a while more I am stuck with Zeiss in the FF DSLR swamp but who knows what happens next year :-)



ebookman
Registered: Jul 15, 2012
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sculptormic wrote:
Strange gathering.


Michiel, I really love the 3D you are getting in your street images. I am curious to know if the 3D is a very different result without the speedbooster. How would the 100mm picture be different than a 65-70mm lens without the speedbooster?



sculptormic
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
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ebookman wrote:
sculptormic wrote:
Strange gathering.


Michiel, I really love the 3D you are getting in your street images. I am curious to know if the 3D is a very different result without the speedbooster. How would the 100mm picture be different than a 65-70mm lens without the speedbooster?



It is mainly the 100 Planar lens, I think. Nice lens for streetportraits. It is just so nice to use the lens in it's actual FL.
(almost)



sculptormic
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These two older images I resized and sharpened the way Carsten explained in a Getdpi thread.

Is it to much?








Hazy weather.






sculptormic
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And this one is from today in my garden in between the endless rain which is going on for days now.
Same processing.







Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
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A few with 5N + Leica Tele-Elmar 135mm f/4.



Highfive
Registered: Feb 17, 2013
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So many stunning photos here, good job everyone.
One i took today.
Tokina 90mm AT X 2.5 Macro







Phillip Reeve
Registered: Sep 17, 2011
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shelt
Registered: Apr 18, 2003
Total Posts: 283
Country: United States

OK, I realize this isn't an artistic shot by any stretch, but I couldn't stop laughing when I came upon this scene in a Marin Headlands WW II gun emplacement tunnel -- Lascaux graffiti! (NEX-6 & Summilux 35 FLE)





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