Images Samples from Lens for KM (Casual Shoots Welcome)


sulhan

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Hiee Pals...

Based on request from fellow KM users here in CS, i would like to start this sticky thread as a database for image examples taken with lens for KM bodies. It can be KM or third party lens. Here is a template for posting that each poster needs to use for posting:

Title : Tokina 19-35mm f3.5-4.5 (As an example)
Shot Details : Any description of the shot....


rgds,
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deslim27

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noticed the subject title changed :bsmilie:

reference to my original post here..

http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=152413

Actually, my intention was to provide a space to consolidate pictures taken with specific lens (each lens should have it own thread).

Not looking at the techy side of the lens, but the photo sharing of each lens, perhap we will see:

1) General usage of each lens (more ppl use for portrait or sports?)
2) creative/artistic usage of each lens (ultra wide for portrait, tele for landscape, or may be something even beyond my imagination?)
3) Common space for owners of the same lens to discuss about their lens.
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And all of these thread of each lens will be link back here for quick reference.

Just a thought. :bsmilie:
 

sulhan

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Not able to get hold of a 24-105, i ended up with the 28-75(D).

Just to share some "imaginery concept" shot food photography with the 28-75(D).
Its ablility for close foucs macro shot and good shallow DOF allows it for use in such a shot.





One thing about it is actually its "out of this world" sharpness.
Its amazing how much detail this lens picks...color rendition is very good.

Shot with the help of 5600HD(D) with a diffuser. Color as it out of camera nno tweaking.

rgds,
sulhan
 

muko

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The pictures.. make me hungry....
 

peppercrab1

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sulhan, the pics are yummy, both the pics, the lens and the food.
Just a quick question though I' not sure how to put it across.
Any reason why the 50mm was not used for such shots?
 

Drudkh

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peppercrab1 said:
sulhan, the pics are yummy, both the pics, the lens and the food.
Just a quick question though I' not sure how to put it across.
Any reason why the 50mm was not used for such shots?
he just bought it so must use more! ;p (i guess)
 

sulhan

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peppercrab1 said:
sulhan, the pics are yummy, both the pics, the lens and the food.
Just a quick question though I' not sure how to put it across.
Any reason why the 50mm was not used for such shots?
Hi Pepper...

The secret to it ....no lah....juz picke it up and learned it through these month....
I used the wide angle for the shot to give the food items some "body". THe Wide angle distirtion will give the food some "its big & fat" feel. Same like photographing KFC chicken that is merely palm sized....pop a wider angle (other than 50mm) than you see the chicken will looks fatter and tastier.

You can use this for thin ppl too in portraits to make them look a little beefier...

rgds,
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Here are my contributions...
KM 17-35mm (D) lens
Taken at RAW, with only UV Filter.
Both taken at f/11.


17mm Focal Length


35mm Focal Length


A simple pano consisting of 5 images.
 

Drudkh

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Hi Adams, what aperture was the photo taken?
 

spurssy

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Drudkh said:
Hi Adams, what aperture was the photo taken?
Sorry, missed out that info, both taken at f11.
 

sulhan

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spurssy said:
Here are my contributions...
KM 17-35mm (D) lens
Taken at RAW, with only UV Filter.
Both taken at f/11.


17mm Focal Length


35mm Focal Length


A simple pano consisting of 5 images.
Hiee Sprussy...

This results is on line with my experience too...though this lens have problem in softness at widest in its corners.....at F8~f11 the sharpness is very consistent throught out the image.
I really like it. Looks like for a non-pro user like me, this lens couple with the 28-75...reall covers already most of my day to day shooting...

rgds,
sulhan
 

muko

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Try to contribute here.
He..he.. first try...
btw i dont quite understand what is the meaning of crop100%..
anyway... it is 75~300 F4~5.6 (D)
Taken at 300 F5.6, with Flash 3600.

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Actually i shoot this one from my bed.. while lying down lazy then just take anything that i can shoot in my room. Next time i try to post better Pic lah...
 

Zenten

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Bro, I see that you have bought the 75-300mm. Did you get it at the price I told you?
 

muko

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Zenten said:
Bro, I see that you have bought the 75-300mm. Did you get it at the price I told you?
He he.. yup same.. say your name then price drop... very powerful is it...
hey.. now that i have... when we start to hunt...
i need to study more... too less experience here..
 

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Hi all,

Here is a quick test on Minolta 200mm f2.8 APO G

Details:
iso 200
f2.8
1/350



same lens
f8


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Agetan

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500mm f8 mirror lens
iso 400
f8
1/250
handheld

full image


100% crop


Hart
 

Drudkh

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the bokeh from the 500 f/8 reminds me of Kellogs Fruitloops! lol! :bsmilie:
didn't knew you have this lens!