- Apr 20, 2020
- Beaumaris, Melbourne, Australia
- Real Name
- John ...
It's a fantastic sculpture. Used to be in the moat outside the National Gallery of Victoria. The water damaged it, so had to be removed and remade about one third of the way up the legs.
Somewhere I have a scanned 6x6 taken with my Rolleiflex 2.8f when in the moat. I know I've got it, because I gave Debbie a copy of it. We have one of her very, very much smaller works.
I'll try and find it, and post it if I can.
A selection taken with the Panasonic Lumix FZ30 and the LZ10.
Subtitled: "How the other half live"
1. Peebles castle, Scotland.
2. Ffynnone mansion, Wales.
3. Stamford, England.
4. Burghley House, England.
5. Burghley House, England (Tradesman's entrance).
Thank you Don.Great images. How did you correct for perspective?
If i can find one, a Canon 40D or similar would be a better comparison.
On my screen, the Canon picture looks better, with the best colour (subjectively!).
I'd like to do a similar compare with the same lens on both cameras.
When I get around to it, I'm going to try the same Takumar f:1.8/50 mm on both my Pentax K100D, and my Canon 10D (when sunshine coincide with free time and unlaziness....).
Both around 6 Mp, but Canon 2003, semi pro, and Pentax 2006, entry level...