That was one of the things I really liked about it because it screwed with my eyes.nice shot, I like how the middle of the stairwell is slightly off-centre, giving it a warped feeling rather than the typical look straight down... processing works great too!
That's a shame. The K-5 is a great cam. I got an incredible deal on a new one. Found one online at a store in Aachen that supports the main pentax forum for 719 euros shipped, after using a coupon code on a certain pricehunting website. On top of that, I bought before the price increase that coincided with Pentax's rebate promotion. So another 50 euros off and the brand new body cost me 669. I then got an FA35 and F50 1.7. I'm now looking for an m85 F2.It works. Glad you joined the Pentax cabal, our numbers are savagely depleted here. Most of the others have moved theirs on
Exactly what I was going for and the other view has more of that look.Definitely a nautilus feel. Quite beautiful and haunting.
I love the way it makes my eyes work! I'm a big fan of Pentax and sold off my K5 but that's not to say I won't buy another at some point, I still have my FA77 after all
I had the 100WR, and it was an awesome lens. It's not really all that big IMO. Unfortunately, it is pretty loud when auto focusing. The build quality of the 100WR is awesome. IMO, Pentax should have called it a Ltd lens. On the other hand, Pentax would have then raised the price of the lens!Outside of that, I'm really looking hard at the M85 f2. I think I could deal with MF, possibly for my concerts. I considered a Tamron 90 macro or the Pentax 100 WR macro, but they are much larger and not necessarily fast enough to be dedicated lenses in this range.