The All-Inclusive Mirrorless Picture Thread - Part III

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Here are a couple more shots using the Sony A7II + Techart Pro AF M Adapter + Nikon 50mm 1.8 AI-S and the 28mm 2.8 AI-S lenses:

techart_nikon_06 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_01 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_02 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_03 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_04 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_05 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_07 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_08 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_09 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr
 
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Shooting the Hollywood streets from a bird's eye view. I shot in Diorama mode which saved both a processed jpeg + raw. I decided to edit the raw instead and add a tilt-shift filter to the file. Same effect, but better control in processing, plus I retain the raw file! :D


Hollywood 01 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


Hollywood 02 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


Hollywood 03 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


Hollywood 04 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr
Very cool Jonathan...
 
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A day at the Norton Simon Art Museum in Pasadena. They have a small, but very nice collection of Van Gogh, Degas, Monet and other well known artists. In addition they have an extensive collection of statues from South and SE Asia. There is also an outdoor garden which is a nice place to stroll around.

They have some modern art, but I'm more partial to the older masters, mainly the impressionist era. Their emphasis on light, contrast and composition seems more inline with modern photography!

Everything was shot with the Olympus E-M5 II and 17mm 2.8:

TKF15449
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15453
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15464
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15471
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15472
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15485
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TKF15480
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15475
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr​
 
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Camera set on our cottage porch, facing up, northern Michigan.

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A day at the Norton Simon Art Museum in Pasadena. They have a small, but very nice collection of Van Gogh, Degas, Monet and other well known artists. In addition they have an extensive collection of statues from South and SE Asia. There is also an outdoor garden which is a nice place to stroll around.

They have some modern art, but I'm more partial to the older masters, mainly the impressionist era. Their emphasis on light, contrast and composition seems more inline with modern photography!

Everything was shot with the Olympus E-M5 II and 17mm 2.8:

TKF15449
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15453
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15464
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15471
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15472
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15485
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15480
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15475
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr​
These are great Jonathan - stop showing these to me! ;) That's really impressive technology!
 
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Camera set on our cottage porch, facing up, northern Michigan.

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Crazy the amount of stars! I barely see any stars at night in Los Angeles!
 
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Here are a couple more shots using the Sony A7II + Techart Pro AF M Adapter + Nikon 50mm 1.8 AI-S and the 28mm 2.8 AI-S lenses:

techart_nikon_06 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_01 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_02 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_03 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_04 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_05 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_07 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_08 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_09 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr
A day at the Norton Simon Art Museum in Pasadena. They have a small, but very nice collection of Van Gogh, Degas, Monet and other well known artists. In addition they have an extensive collection of statues from South and SE Asia. There is also an outdoor garden which is a nice place to stroll around.

They have some modern art, but I'm more partial to the older masters, mainly the impressionist era. Their emphasis on light, contrast and composition seems more inline with modern photography!

Everything was shot with the Olympus E-M5 II and 17mm 2.8:

TKF15449
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15453
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


TKF15464
by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr
Great images and a nice display of the two systems.
 
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Sunrise in Mantoloking NJ with Hermine turning up the surf last weekend...
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A couple more with the Techart adapter and the A7II + Nikon 200mm f/4 AI-S lens! I'm not sure if I could recommend this setup for telephoto work, I had a few missed focuses and the adapter was a bit slow to lock. This was with FW ver.3 though, I'll have to test FW ver.4 if it improves focus speed with longer lenses. So far I'll have to say, stick to your MF adapters for longer telephoto work. It's less of a battery drain and you can focus track the subject a tad easier using focus peaking.


 
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Here are a couple more shots using the Sony A7II + Techart Pro AF M Adapter + Nikon 50mm 1.8 AI-S and the 28mm 2.8 AI-S lenses:

techart_nikon_06 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_01 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_02 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_03 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_04 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_05 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_07 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_08 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr


techart_nikon_09 by Jonathan Friolo, on Flickr
A couple more with the Techart adapter and the A7II + Nikon 200mm f/4 AI-S lens! I'm not sure if I could recommend this setup for telephoto work, I had a few missed focuses and the adapter was a bit slow to lock. This was with FW ver.3 though, I'll have to test FW ver.4 if it improves focus speed with longer lenses. So far I'll have to say, stick to your MF adapters for longer telephoto work. It's less of a battery drain and you can focus track the subject a tad easier using focus peaking.


Cool work with the adapter
There is something special over your 200mm shots
 
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Beautiful sunrise (y)
 
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Fantastic shot!
 
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