Landscape 2015

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Love the birds flying to the mountains with its wings mirroring the shape of the mountains.
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I was thinking the same thing.
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Thank you Andy and Jeff.

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Yup Sury nailed the bird shot perfect timing
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Thank you Barry.

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Fantastic timing!
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Lovely shots everyone :)

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DSC02284-2 by unoh7, Canon nFD 24/2 on A7.mod
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Thank you Pitter and Charlie.
Charlie, that is one heckuva shot.
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Oligarch I like the contrast between the natural tangle and the man made tangle. Nice one.
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Beautiful shot Charlie
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TY for kind words guys :) My M9 is in for new shutter, so am shooting with the A7.mod for a while.

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DSC02195-2 by unoh7, M-Rokkor 40/2 AKA 40 cron, wide open

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Not sure if this counts portrait/landscape type thing..!
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Very nice captures Charlie. Especially the first one. I feel crisp winter morning chill
looking at that one. You referred to A7 mod. more than once, and am curious to know
the modification(s) you did to it.

Barry, I will call it a landscape with people in it and in my books it qualifies. :D
I like the "halo" effect the sun rays created around the couple. Coveys the sense
of location to me.

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sury wrote:Very nice captures Charlie. Especially the first one. I feel crisp winter morning chill
looking at that one. You referred to A7 mod. more than once, and am curious to know
the modification(s) you did to it.

Barry, I will call it a landscape with people in it and in my books it qualifies. :D
I like the "halo" effect the sun rays created around the couple. Coveys the sense
of location to me.

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Hi Sury, TY so much for kind words :)

All A7 series have very thick cover glass over the sensor which is problematic especially with WA lenses designed for film. I had this thick cover removed and replaced with a thin one, just slightly more thick than Leica M240.

This is a new and now famous mod performed by KolariVision, and referred to as A7.mod or A7r.mod. Lloyd chambers has extensive tests and basically any lens made for film shows improvement. The AA filter and dust shaker are removed in the 400USD process.
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Thank you Charlie. Now I see the connection. You did post about the mods and links
and I did browse Kolari site for more details too. Momentary lapse of memory, that
comes with aging. :lol:

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