NEX Images Thread
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ytwong
Registered: Dec 29, 2003
Total Posts: 1619
Country: China

Fionn wrote:
Good luck, Kalainen. Should be an interesting project.

I've also been a long time "lurker"; Nex-7 and a variety of lenses used over the last year or so.

When I recently looked into uploading some images there seemed to be just two methods; using "Upload and Sell" or from a website.

I'm not the least interested in selling and I don't have a website, so I guess that precludes me from participating.

Any other ideas?


I am not selling here too (seems most participants are in the US) so "upload and sell" is not really a good option for me.

You can consider Flickr, Google (Picasa Web), Dropbox etc... They are free (1 TB for FlickR, 15GB for Google if I remember that right) and should be enough for tones of photos.



bert85
Registered: Jan 21, 2013
Total Posts: 32
Country: Germany

With the Minolta 35-70 and Nex6 in Berlin:


Reichstag


MoltkebrŁcke


Kanzleramt



Fionn
Registered: Nov 23, 2012
Total Posts: 10
Country: Australia

Many thanks, yt.

I'll see what I can do.



Fionn
Registered: Nov 23, 2012
Total Posts: 10
Country: Australia

Bert85, I think you've just created a world-wide shortage and price rise for Minolta 35-70's :-)



Kalainen
Registered: Jan 01, 2014
Total Posts: 210
Country: Finland

Fionn wrote:
Good luck, Kalainen. Should be an interesting project.
I've also been a long time "lurker"; Nex-7 and a variety of lenses used over the last year or so.
When I recently looked into uploading some images there seemed to be just two methods; using "Upload and Sell" or from a website.
I'm not the least interested in selling and I don't have a website, so I guess that precludes me from participating.
Any other ideas?

Thank you for your kind words Fionn.
Looks like I succeeded to attach my picture to message, but I see some other posts which have links to Flickr-account as well (right under the picture). Makes me wonder if there is some sort of way to get UBBCode straight from the Flickr (I'm very much new with a service and still finding things out)?

Btw, great shot by a ebookman (first one with a red car)

Toni



bert85
Registered: Jan 21, 2013
Total Posts: 32
Country: Germany

Fionn thank you for the compliment :-) The Minolta 35-70 is an amazing lense. Super sharp, nearly no ca`s and extremely cheap.

@Kalainen: if you open a picture in flickr, there is a small button below the picture, where you can generate BBCode or HTML.



Nex Barker
Registered: Feb 08, 2013
Total Posts: 161
Country: Germany

Welcome, Kalainen !


Trusted Places VII



photoomaha
Registered: Feb 14, 2005
Total Posts: 499
Country: United States

Nex, I really like your image. Good work.



Nex Barker
Registered: Feb 08, 2013
Total Posts: 161
Country: Germany

Thank you, photoomaha !



Kalainen
Registered: Jan 01, 2014
Total Posts: 210
Country: Finland







Trying out my new freedom

"So, today I have an abstract picture which I like for reason that is unknown for me. With this picture I follow the expectations Iíve set myself: blackness. I like it, but setting out for unknown paths easily introduces a problem where one has difficulties to decide how it should be looked at."

Read full post on my blog: http://www.yearofthealpha.com


Jim Schemel
Registered: Oct 18, 2006
Total Posts: 4931
Country: United States

Takumar 200 / NEX 7


3 Windows by jmschemel, on Flickr
-Jim



snapsy
Registered: Feb 24, 2008
Total Posts: 7731
Country: United States

5N + 35mm OSS:






snapsy
Registered: Feb 24, 2008
Total Posts: 7731
Country: United States

Few more with the 5N + 35mm OSS:





















Kalainen
Registered: Jan 01, 2014
Total Posts: 210
Country: Finland







Ambiguity of blackness

"One reason I like blackness in photography is because it often changes mood of the picture. In darkness things become more ambiguous and not so easily defined. When we don't see everything, our mind fulfills hidden details and bends the interpretation. If you ever walked alone in forest at night you know it's a short cut to our subconscious. Everyday things, which are boringly ordinary, change to something else."

Read full post at: http://www.yearofthealpha.com


Jim Schemel
Registered: Oct 18, 2006
Total Posts: 4931
Country: United States

Kalainen - interesting perspective.Looks like he is inside a clothes dryer
-Jim

NEX 7 / Photex 35 @ f16 one light bounced
Portrait by jmschemel, on Flickrr



roboticspro
Registered: Aug 12, 2010
Total Posts: 1947
Country: United States

Good Afternoon!,

A couple from the NEX-7 with the FDn 200 f2.8 up in front (complete with P.F....)

Edd



Jim Schemel
Registered: Oct 18, 2006
Total Posts: 4931
Country: United States

Edd,
great shots of the bird.Did you process your shots through light room? It has a very good PF remover.
-Jim



roboticspro
Registered: Aug 12, 2010
Total Posts: 1947
Country: United States

Hi,


Jim Schemel wrote:
Edd,
great shots of the bird.Did you process your shots through light room? It has a very good PF remover.
-Jim


Jim: Thanks for the comments...and yes, I tried CS6, LR5.3, OpticsPro. This lens is really bad with backlight/high contrast. I got rid of my 400mm f4.5 for the same reason. I will go back to my 300L's in the future, this lens just doesn't play nice for me.

Edd



ebookman
Registered: Jul 15, 2012
Total Posts: 1356
Country: United States

Great shots on this page!

What was unusual about this shot was that I really couldn't see it while taking it. The glare off the water was so bright, all I could do was frame the shot and set to infinity. This was taken with a Nex 6 and a Contax Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 4/80-200 lens at the 200mm position.










Kalainen
Registered: Jan 01, 2014
Total Posts: 210
Country: Finland

Jim Schemel wrote:
Kalainen - interesting perspective.Looks like he is inside a clothes dryer

Thanks for your comment, Jim. I like you picture too, right in my alley with the blackness.

Here's today's picture:







Being away

"Natural mobility of life creates problems when you have a photo blog with ambitious plan to post one photo every day for full year. When Iím home itís easy to edit photos, write journal and publish them Ė if Iíve managed to get the picture of the day; but I take that for granted here. When Iím away things get different. I can always shoot, if not prevented by some special reason, but I need computers, software, connections, electricity etc. to work on my photos and get them to you. Having a blog for full year definitely introduces situations where Iím away and donít have all this available, even in a world where mobility is global trend and networks are expanding to everywhere."

Read full post on my blog: http://www.yearofthealpha.com


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