2017-10-09 - shorterimage

Faucett Farms

Just north of Dahlonega, GA


All images were shot with the Canon Zoom Lens EF 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 IS II USM except the last shot. The A7RII was the camera for all shots.


Checking out the new (really new) glass today. I haven't been able to try it yet because of the rain. In spite of still marginal weather I said damn the rain .. lens testing needs to be done.


91mm, f10, 1/500th sec, ISO 200


70mm, f10, 1/320th sec, ISO 400


70mm, f10, 1/320th sec, ISO 200


94mm, f10, 1/200th sec, ISO 200


267mm, f10, 1/250th sec, ISO 200


This has been cropped a bit

70mm, f10, 1/320th sec, ISO 200


Sunflowers and nothing but Sunflowers!

300mm, f10, 1/320th sec, ISO 200


I came real close to walking head first into this fella. I mean like and inch away cause I was looking away at the sunflowers. Real glad I missed it!


Western Spotted Orb Weaver


267mm, f10, 1/250th sec, ISO 640


This is the little Nippon Kogaku Japan W-Nikkor-C(red C) 1:1.8 f=3.5cm designed in 1955. I think my lens was produced in 1956 because in 1957 they removed the red 'C' which stands for coated. I'm pretty impressed. Wide angle lenses were edge of the technology in the mid 50's and this little lens holds up quite nicely I think! 35mm, f11, 1/400th sec, ISO 400 .. I shot this at f11. One for increased depth of field. And two, because this lens has field curvature when mounted on the A7RII. So it helps with sharpness out to the edges as well.


And here's a fun effect I made using a program called SuperPhoto and Photoshop. SuperPhoto put the surreal effect on and then I used Photoshop to graduate it in at the bottom so the foreground is almost normal and then it transitions into the effect.


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