Showcase Sigma 19mm F2.8

Bimjo

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Trying to get over my shyness about posting my images!

This is a nice Polish artist I had lunch with today :)

I'm definitely getting to like the 19mm

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Sigma 19mm, f8, 1/320, ISO 400.
And you need to be shy about posting your images… why? This is a very nice shot, well lit, well composed, what's not to like? :)
 

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Just got the 19 and went for a walkabout in Phoenix. Pretty happy with it so far. All taken with a NEX-5N and processed in Lightroom 4

-wall art with hands holding a globe - 1/60 f/3.5 ISO 1600

-Hotel San Carlos - 1/60 f/5.6 ISO 1600

-old church - 1/160 f/4.0 ISO100

- Luhrs Tower building - 1/60 f/4.0 ISO 100
 

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With the NEX-F3:

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HDR sunrise with the F3:

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Had some visitors. Took them to Santa Cruz for a quick tour.
(Sorry the light were a bit harsh)

The Natural Bridge Landmark






Municipal Wharf


Old Growth Coastal Redwood


The last Iris of the season, in the redwood forest. (Aperture wide open)
 

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I have the "old" 19mm 2.8 which I took along to Walt Disney World last year. These are with the NEX-7.

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The lens faired well in the "dark rides".

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Some more shots with the Sigma 19mm 2.8.

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I picked up the silver "art" version of this lens, and I think it feels really great.

Decent heft to it, which I wasn't expecting. Feels really solid and even though the focus ring is smooth it's really nice to use because the rotation is smooth and really nicely damped.

View attachment 50451image by Jai Sbr, on Flickr
 

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Annapolis MD, water side dinning.

Set the camera on one of the dock posts - 30 sec exposure, ISO 200 f/11

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