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    From Top of the Rock

    I made some stupid errors but I learned some valuable lessons.

    Shot with a Sony A850 + Zeiss ZA 85mm F1.4, Zeiss 21mm F2.8 ZF.2 adapted, Tamron 70-300mm

    Mostly the 85mm though and sometimes stitching.

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    3 Shot Panorama by jaetography, on Flickr


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    untitled-43.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr

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    _DSC2814.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr

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    _DSC2804.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr

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    Re: From Top of the Rock

    Nice images sir.

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    Re: From Top of the Rock

    That first pic is great I hope you dont mind I stole it for my screen saver!

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    Re: From Top of the Rock

    I really like the image quality that those new Sony DSLR's are capable of. Quite nice shots! Makes me want to go back to NY
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    Re: From Top of the Rock

    You know any of the modern DSLRs from all the brands (Canon 5d mk2, Pentax K5, Nikon D7000, Sony A580, etc) can take excellent images that would be hard to differentiate. Its more down to the quality of the glass you're using. I chose Nikon and Sony because I like the ergonomics of the full frame Sony and I love Zeiss glass and Sony is the only platform you can get it in native autofocus.


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    Amazing pics.... I wish I had talent with photos, but have less than none. Oh well, I can always look at some of our forum members beautiful art
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