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pbraymond wrote:
Jay, great capture with the cats!

Jose, what a gorgeous bird. I've never heard or seen pictures of a Squirrel Cuckoo!

Never knew there as an obelisk in NY, Serge. Great capture too (love diffraction sunstars).

Leighton, wonderful Augusta county shot. Looks like you are getting along great with Skylum. Maybe your next farmer market adventure is print sales (or does that market retain a true farmer market feel of food related items only?).

More 20mm shots. Preference for the entire falls to the top, or an excerpt with just the dark tones?

https://www.pbraymond.com/img/s/v-10/p84604945-5.jpg

https://www.pbraymond.com/img/s/v-10/p388127184-5.jpg


I like the first one, the whole scene. Very nice!




Jul 03, 2022 at 01:34 PM
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mp356 wrote:
Very nice images from everyone on the past few pages.

Some play with the 55 f3.5 Ai'd. Thanks for looking.
Scott


That first image is very elegant!



Jul 03, 2022 at 01:37 PM
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I hope it hasn’t changed much. Around here it is more “crafts” than farm produce.



leighton w wrote:
Thanks Ray. I'll have to ask if they would let me in. It was not permitted when I was there, but the market has changed some since.

Love your images. For me, the first one is it!





Jul 03, 2022 at 01:51 PM
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GeorgeBo wrote:
I hope it hasn’t changed much. Around here it is more “crafts” than farm produce.




It hasn't changed drastically, but there are more crafts than there used to be. Hard to find market farmers anymore that want to sell at the market.



Jul 03, 2022 at 02:30 PM
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Jose - A flying Squirrel

Ray - I can't chose, I like both of them!

Scott - Wow, the 1st is a great image.

Reviving the bridge theme.

D800 24mm PC-E



-Jay- © HCE HCE 2022





-Jay- © HCE HCE 2022





-Jay- © HCE HCE 2022




Jul 03, 2022 at 02:59 PM
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Happy Independence Day 2022. Z5 with 105 F1.8 AIS.
Harry Palmer





My night blooming Organ Pipe cactus and our National flag.

  NIKON Z 5    105mm f/1.8 lens    105mm    f/1.8    1/50s    200 ISO    +0.3 EV  




Jul 03, 2022 at 11:13 PM
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pbraymond wrote:
Jay, great capture with the cats!

Jose, what a gorgeous bird. I've never heard or seen pictures of a Squirrel Cuckoo!

Never knew there as an obelisk in NY, Serge. Great capture too (love diffraction sunstars).

Leighton, wonderful Augusta county shot. Looks like you are getting along great with Skylum. Maybe your next farmer market adventure is print sales (or does that market retain a true farmer market feel of food related items only?).

More 20mm shots. Preference for the entire falls to the top, or an excerpt with just the dark tones?

https://www.pbraymond.com/img/s/v-10/p84604945-5.jpg

https://www.pbraymond.com/img/s/v-10/p388127184-5.jpg


Thanks, Ray. The first was taken @ f/11 which may be diffraction territory and the second @ f/8.

The obelisk is easy to miss as most folks walk by the front of The MET and it is not visible from there.

Great photographs, both of them.

Serge



Jul 04, 2022 at 10:34 AM
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The view from Governors Island on a hot steamy day. The sailboat had been in the repair/restoration slip for sometime so it was good to see it back in action.





Happy Independence Day and have fun with the grill.
X-E1 + 29/2.8 AIs
Serge



Jul 04, 2022 at 10:44 AM
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Bent and broken, but still standing and providing shade. A lesson there somewhere

George






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Jul 04, 2022 at 01:55 PM
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Been under the weather for about a week, but feel like I am emerging now. I am sure you'all kept posting masterpieces which I hope to tag "like" soon. Happy 4th of July.

I visited a graveyard yesterday. The brown grass crackled under my feet in the 90 degree heat, and I didn't quite get what I was hoping to find. A Melville quote that I always hated..."Faith, like a jackal, feeds among the tombs, and even from these dead doubts she gathers her most vital hope"...was not evident. Instead I was drawn to large stone statue that appeared to look to be of a native American chief from behind, and turned out to be a local Polish Priest named Marianus Matkowski whose congregation obviously loved him. His marker is on a slight crown of a hill, surrounded by towering firs, and graves arranged circularly around his. The deer scat was thick in one shady spot, and a hawk called periodically at me from the tallest tree. I don't go to graveyards because I don't believe spirits would hang around their spent bodies of dust, but this time it did feel spiritual. Not dead, but alive. I can only find a mention of Marianus in a 1959 directory of Priest of Polish descent, but I know there must be a story concerning such an expensive grave marker. Just haven't found it yet.

These were done with IR converted 5D, and the Nikkor-P.C 55mm f3.5 ai'd lens







Looking south from Marianus - at the time I shot this it looked like a tunnel of light






Looking East






Near the entrance was this massive blood red stone crucifix







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Another from the other morning. 50-135mm.

Augusta County by Tom Womack, on Flickr



Jul 05, 2022 at 05:02 AM
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DSC_0335 by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

DSC_0336 by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

D850, 35-200 f3.5-4.5 AIS



Jul 05, 2022 at 05:40 AM
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saph wrote:
D850, 35-200 f3.5-4.5 AIS


Beautiful colours here, Samy. I presume your zoom has a chip? The exif seems very detailed.



Jul 05, 2022 at 10:43 AM
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Ray, I prefer the "excerpt" version.
Jim

pbraymond wrote:
Jay, great capture with the cats!

Jose, what a gorgeous bird. I've never heard or seen pictures of a Squirrel Cuckoo!

Never knew there as an obelisk in NY, Serge. Great capture too (love diffraction sunstars).

Leighton, wonderful Augusta county shot. Looks like you are getting along great with Skylum. Maybe your next farmer market adventure is print sales (or does that market retain a true farmer market feel of food related items only?).

More 20mm shots. Preference for the entire falls to the top, or an excerpt with just the dark tones?

https://www.pbraymond.com/img/s/v-10/p84604945-5.jpg

https://www.pbraymond.com/img/s/v-10/p388127184-5.jpg





Jul 05, 2022 at 10:43 AM
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Thanks for all the comments on the waterfall pics.

Scott, one thing I love about digital vs analog is that I can adjust ISO so easily, and I'll actually bracket shutter speeds in some circumstances. Great day lily and vase shot, perfectly composed.

Leighton, George, the trend towards more crafts and stuff and less farmers has been going on for awhile now at the farmers markets around here. I'm guessing the time expenditure vs income not work well for most farmers, who perhaps are better served by the local farm subscriptions when available.

That's quite an large span over a seasonal river, Jay. I see once again it's with your faithful 24mm PCE; I would welcome hearing your story as to how that came to be your "go-to" lens.

Good to hear you are getting better James!

A not too creative, classic cave wall rock texture shot in B&W, 20mm f3.5 AI.






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Jul 05, 2022 at 11:30 AM
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D5500 + Nikkor-Q 135mm f/3.5 | F5.6 ISO 400


D5500 + Zoom Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.5-4.8


Df + Micro Nikkor 55mm f/2.8 AI-s | F8 ISO 3200 -0.33EV





Jul 05, 2022 at 11:33 AM
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Popping back after a few years into the best thread on FM

Before selling all my Nikkor MF lenses since I don't have a DF anymore, I wanted to see if I can still use them. Can I use AI, AI-S, and Non-AI lenses on my Leica M10 through some sort of adapter? And would it work with the rangefinder or only live view?




Jul 05, 2022 at 01:31 PM
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Hi! Welcome back

Yes you can use your Ai, AIs and Non-Ai on your Leica. You will not get rangefinder coupling so you will have to use live view or the Visoflex EVF.

Just Google “Nikon F to Leica M adapter” and you will get a number of different adapters. I have two. A very inexpensive Fotodiox adapter and a top quality Rayqual adapter.

Edit: Tried to link to the Rayqual but not working for some reason… CameraQuest sells them here in the US and you can also order through Japan Hobby Tool

George



chuhsi1 wrote:
Popping back after a few years into the best thread on FM

Before selling all my Nikkor MF lenses since I don't have a DF anymore, I wanted to see if I can still use them. Can I use AI, AI-S, and Non-AI lenses on my Leica M10 through some sort of adapter? And would it work with the rangefinder or only live view?






Jul 05, 2022 at 02:18 PM
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pbraymond wrote:
Leighton, George, the trend towards more crafts and stuff and less farmers has been going on for awhile now at the farmers markets around here. I'm guessing the time expenditure vs income not work well for most farmers, who perhaps are better served by the local farm subscriptions when available.



The problem is, you have to be big and have lots of product available to make it worth it. Plus, you have to stick it out when you're new to give yourself time to build a customer base. Most new vendors come with a little table of produce and quit after a week or two because they didn't make any money. We had vendors at our market pushing eighty to a hundred thousand dollars a season in gross sales.



Jul 05, 2022 at 03:04 PM
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SiMuMe wrote:
Beautiful colours here, Samy. I presume your zoom has a chip? The exif seems very detailed.


Hi Siphiwe, thanks! There isn't a chip on the lens, its a combination of info entered for the non-CPU lens getting translated, and then for the lens name I just input it after the fact into the file properties metadata.




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