Comments for Dierk Dierk

🕐 01-16-15 1:17 PMchriseeo
Photo 42144
By: dierk
A very good portrait. Nice lens.
🕐 01-14-15 11:01 PMbeso
Photo 42144
By: dierk
Well done.
🕐 01-14-15 10:53 PMbeso
Photo 42176
By: dierk
Beautiful image.
🕐 01-12-15 2:07 PMdierk
Photo 42174
By: dierk
photosphere42 wrote:

This is the best of the series. Clean, flows smoothly, good values. Nice image.\n\n\n
thanks very much :-)
🕐 01-12-15 1:39 PMphotosphere42
Photo 42173
By: dierk
Best as abstract view.
🕐 01-12-15 1:36 PMphotosphere42
Photo 42174
By: dierk
This is the best of the series. Clean, flows smoothly, good values. Nice image.
🕐 01-12-15 11:55 AMdierk
Photo 42176
By: dierk
thanks, canicuss!
it is my favorite too.
🕐 01-12-15 10:43 AMcanicuss
Photo 42176
By: dierk
What a beautiful set of photos. I especially like this one, it looks like a seashell.
🕐 01-11-15 12:52 PMdierk
Sony A7R with Zeiss 4/24-70 ZA OSS
By: dierk
thanks for the 16-35
I reached my limit for today
more to come tomorrow.
🕐 01-11-15 12:50 PMdierk
Photo 42151
By: dierk
thanks very much, Jorge!

Leica is a long story. I got my first Leica, the M9 in 2009 with a defect sensor, got another sensor change last year and will sell it soon.
I love the M Monochrom, it simply is a beauty! The puristic design of the camera is the best I know, the files are great to work with.
And I like the Leica lenses.

but I use the Sony A7R almost 100% since I got it. This is a universal camera for my needs and wishes. I use any lens on it like Nikon, Canon, Leica M, Leica R and enlarging lenses.
Focus for the OTUS or the Zeiss 100/2 for example is easy and perfect.

Let's see, what we will get soon this year :-)

more than 400 portraits are in my flickr album:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dierktopp/sets/72157627967118544/
🕐 01-11-15 12:44 PMJT
Sony A7R with Zeiss 4/24-70 ZA OSS
By: dierk
The Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS has been added to the database. Great portrait.
🕐 01-11-15 12:37 PMdierk
Sony A7R with Zeiss 4/24-70 ZA OSS
By: dierk
Jorge, I did not find the lens in the database - ups, sorry, just found it :-)
but not the new 16-35 FE too?
🕐 01-11-15 11:09 AMJT
Photo 42151
By: dierk
Dierk, you portrait work is first class and amazing. Have you been commissioned yet by some high profile person? Just wonderful!

How do you like the Sony compared to the Leica? I have given up on everything else I have owned and am 100% Sony now. Well, 99% :) I still have a Nikon F6 for film work that I just love.
🕐 01-11-15 10:10 AMdierk
Photo 33203
By: dierk
sorry, I missed that question long time ago :-(
these are stitched images from 9 images of NEX6 with the Rhinocam adapter from fotodioxpro.com with Hasselblad medium format lenses Zeiss Distagon 4/40mm and Zeis Makro-Planar 4/120mm
resulting in about 85 MPix.

you find many more images on my flickr here
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dierktopp/sets/72157634801332367/
🕐 01-11-15 10:04 AMdierk
Photo 42144
By: dierk
in that case the eyes would be in the middle of the image and I like it better this way. The other images shows more of the head.
🕐 01-11-15 3:54 AMmediumformatfan
Photo 42144
By: dierk
Good lighting and exposure but I wish you had not cut off the top of his head.
🕐 01-10-15 5:30 PMJT
Photo 42145
By: dierk
This is insanely sharp and detailed not to mention processed perfectly. You just gotta love that otus with the A7R.
🕐 01-8-15 2:22 PMJT
OTUS 1.4/85 on Sony A7R, stitched panorama
By: dierk
dierk wrote:
thanks, Jorge :-)
if you want to get a feeling about the full resolution look here at a 1:1 crop:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dierktopp/15369399789/
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Dierk, That is mind blowing impressive. The detail is out of this world!
🕐 01-8-15 2:17 PMdierk
OTUS 1.4/85 on Sony A7R, stitched panorama
By: dierk
thanks, Jorge :-)
if you want to get a feeling about the full resolution look here at a 1:1 crop:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dierktopp/15369399789/

The image is about 16.000x11.000 pixel= 170 MPixel.
these images get alive on a big screen or better on a big print. You can print it 3m wide with 140 DPI!
🕐 01-8-15 1:16 PMJT
OTUS 1.4/85 on Sony A7R, stitched panorama
By: dierk
This is a wonderful image with amazing detail in the bark and beautiful bokeh. It is my favorite of the ones you posted in this series because it does not show the paint on the trees or the big lump you see in the other photo. I really like the greens and mossy look of this photo.

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