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The images on this thread are inspirational!! It's the photographer, not the lens, not the lens, not the lens - it's OK, only some self administered control , just can't afford any more GAS at the mo...
 

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From the above image
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Skeena river at low tide
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How do you apply that filter holder to the lens?
Is it the Lee holder?
It's a dedicated adaptor for O7-14 lens that I'm working on to be used on H&Y magnetic filter holder system.
A video of the system but mounted on Oly 12-100mm
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though only the magnetic front filters can be used with this solution. It's just how wide this lens is.
If there's any interest, i could do a separate review later on. It's Mark II version now, and should be almost ready.
 
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Some night shots at Singapore's Gardens Bay the Bay's Christmas Wonderland.

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Had an hour to kill in the centre of Birmingham this afternoon. It's a building site at present, but the Museum and Art Gallery is free entry so I figured it would have been rude not to go in.

It's an amazing place with artefacts dating back 3000 years+. The building itself is as interesting. The 7-14mm didn't get further than 7mm.

Edit: My EXIFs aren't showing (something I've done probably) - all pics EM1 Mk2, 7mm f2.8.

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The birding swamp last Sunday
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The building looks a lot like photos I’ve seen of the Edinburgh Tapestry Company/Dovecot Studios facility, which began its life as a 19th Century public bath/wash house. See Tour. It’s great to see these beautiful old building find new life, and they really are well-suited for artistic purposes.
 

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Very old tire shop.

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Hey, wat chu doin snoopin roun my garage? :)
haha! :biggrin:

I found they had an old telephone that has the separate mouthpiece thing and it still takes coins and it works too. Their phones are all rotary-dial units still and guy said the phone company wants them to upgrade, but the owner refuses as he seems to like this old stuff from 70-80 years ago. There's some loud relay click-box on the upper rafters that must do some of the old rotary line connections. He finds it funny to watch kids try and text out of the rotary dial phones too.


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