NEX Images Thread
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austinschutz
Registered: Oct 08, 2011
Total Posts: 120
Country: United States

alan_m wrote:
Great work above on this page!

F3 + FDn 50/1.4 + Lens Turbo:

(How do you embed Flickr images here with the new "improved" interface?)

https://flic.kr/p/mEEhaV

https://flic.kr/p/mEDWEe

https://flic.kr/p/mEEhaz


1. Right click your image and select "copy URL."
2. Insert the URL, but replace the parentheses with [brackets] (img)inserturlhere(/img)



joekraft
Registered: Apr 19, 2006
Total Posts: 3105
Country: United States







NEX-6, FE 55/1.8. It took me about 10 frames to decide this lens could very ably replace my 85 1.2, for what I need it for. Can't wait to see what it does on the A6000 Turbolux.



sandymctyre
Registered: Nov 13, 2013
Total Posts: 105
Country: Canada

joekraft wrote:






NEX-6, FE 55/1.8. It took me about 10 frames to decide this lens could very ably replace my 85 1.2, for what I need it for. Can't wait to see what it does on the A6000 Turbolux.



A captivating portrait!


joekraft
Registered: Apr 19, 2006
Total Posts: 3105
Country: United States

Thank you sandy, i got lucky this time.

sandymctyre wrote:
joekraft wrote:






NEX-6, FE 55/1.8. It took me about 10 frames to decide this lens could very ably replace my 85 1.2, for what I need it for. Can't wait to see what it does on the A6000 Turbolux.



A captivating portrait!


Kalainen
Registered: Jan 01, 2014
Total Posts: 128
Country: Finland







Season of Tilt
Week 15, Saturday - Meet Sweet 35
"While I've been shooting quite a lot with the Edge 80 (and I love it), I need to familiarize myself better with Sweet 35. The Sweet 35 is a totally different lens compared the Edge 80. It's a 35mm drop in optic with a 12-blade adjustable aperture ranging from f/2.5 to f/22. Unlike Edge 80, which has a flat focus field, Sweet 35 creates a sharp sweet spot of focus surrounded by blur. [...]"

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

-Toni


Jim Schemel
Registered: Oct 18, 2006
Total Posts: 4809
Country: United States

NEX 7 and Takumar 50 and turbo.Only flash used was the built in flash bounced.
-Jim



Kingfishphoto
Registered: Nov 26, 2005
Total Posts: 6820
Country: United States

Two images from a Indian Pow Wow at Ft. McDowell AZ today. Nex-7 with 18-200 lens.
Harry Palmer



Samuel Ho
Registered: Apr 04, 2014
Total Posts: 10
Country: Vietnam

Very nice photos



Peire
Registered: Apr 27, 2010
Total Posts: 1305
Country: Poland

What a nice,spring day it was...

NEX5N+50/2 ZF Makro Planar







bert85
Registered: Jan 21, 2013
Total Posts: 26
Country: Germany

Peire wrote:
What a nice,spring day it was...


..indeed, it was.

With A6000 and Contax Zeiss 85 2.8:





Kingfishphoto
Registered: Nov 26, 2005
Total Posts: 6820
Country: United States

Several antique hat pins using a Nikon 105 F1.8 lens and a Canon FD 100 macro lens.
Harry Palmer



photoomaha
Registered: Feb 14, 2005
Total Posts: 351
Country: United States

bert85, those are some impressive colors coming off that sensor! How do you like the 6000, does it have a Nex 7 feel to it? Nice work.



photoomaha
Registered: Feb 14, 2005
Total Posts: 351
Country: United States

Some images today with the Nex 7 and 35 1.8. Just hanging out on a Sunday afternoon. My son, Austin, is really working hard on his goal keeper skills. Working at home non-stop to develop his reaction time. I am really liking what I am getting from the Nex 6 and 7. I have been tempted by the A7 on several occasions, but keep coming back to the lenses I have, and the cost to switch systems.

Edit: "why are the sizes different, with the same export values for each image? Am I missing something!"



photoomaha
Registered: Feb 14, 2005
Total Posts: 351
Country: United States

Out for a bit this morning with the dog. Really cool tree. Nex 7 and 35mm 1.8.



Peire
Registered: Apr 27, 2010
Total Posts: 1305
Country: Poland

Today was one of the few days in the year whan I take out my Nikkor 180/2.8 ED AIS.On the NEX7 it's resolving power can be seen in the full glory.


















bert85
Registered: Jan 21, 2013
Total Posts: 26
Country: Germany

photoomaha wrote:
bert85, those are some impressive colors coming off that sensor! How do you like the 6000, does it have a Nex 7 feel to it? Nice work.


I never owned a nex 7, as I used the 5n and than the 6. I really like the A6000, although it is made of plastic, it feels quit nice to me. The A6000 has more buttons and is more configurable than the NEX6. I am also starting to love the new sensor in combination with the new processor. It has a much faster AF compared to the NEX6. The colors seems to be more realistically and i can crop extremely due to the high resolution of the sensor.



Kingfishphoto
Registered: Nov 26, 2005
Total Posts: 6820
Country: United States

HOOT MORNING - pair of Burrowing owls with Nikon 500 F8 Reflex lens on Nex-7.
Harry Palmer



aeonsim
Registered: Jan 20, 2014
Total Posts: 116
Country: Belgium

A few shots of the Sunset now that I'm back in Liege, some interesting contrails this time:

Nex-5 + Canon FD 50mm F1.8


Nex-5 + Minolta MC Rokkor 58mm F1.4



mawz
Registered: Sep 11, 2005
Total Posts: 7714
Country: Canada


NEX-5R, Nikon 100mm f2.8 Series E



Kalainen
Registered: Jan 01, 2014
Total Posts: 128
Country: Finland







Season of Tilt
Week 16, Thursday - The Front Door
"One of the most interesting thing with the Lensbaby optics is the controversy of the distinct look they provide. I've noticed that people some, perhaps those who approach photography as something natural and objective, find it distracting. Then there are others how have been searching similar effect and just love it when they finally find via Lensbaby. I'm not saying who is right, because there are more than one approach to photography. But it makes me think [...]"

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

Ps. If interested, you can also find an article about Year of the Alpha at Steve Huff's site!


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