Discussion in 'Pentax Cameras' started by TheStunch, Oct 23, 2014.
Excellent and difficult to do. Great work!
Thanks! Placing the camera on the rock as a tripod was too low, so I got as braced as possible and made myself the tripod.
My wife and daughter swinging and singing at the playground, summer of 1974, taken with a Super Takumar 55mm f/2 on a Pentax S1a, probably using Ektachrome 64
, and scanned with an Epson V500.
. . . and, more modern-day, a young great blue heron, Pentax DA* 300mm f/4 on Pentax K-5 IIs, June 2018.
From this morning, with KP + HD21mmLtd
I really like this lens, but I forget that I have it. So a while back I decided to keep it attached to one of my bodies to ensure it gets some love.
Three Mennonite children and friends on Lake Perez, Pennsylvania. K-70/55-300 PLM.
Another with KP and HD DA21Ltd
I always share this one taken with a Pentax K-70 and a Tokina lens from the 90s. Cropped.
Kestrel - Richmond Park by Tiago Cardoso, on Flickr
Taken in Scotland with a Pentax K-70 and a Sigma 50-500 OS (awesome lens).
Reindeer in the wild in Scotland 2 by Tiago Cardoso, on Flickr
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