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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    I like the B&W version better jack, loving the Fall photos too! a pano from the weekend I went down south. 3 image stitch H4D-40 and 35-90mm

    I wanna be there too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    3 image stitch H4D-40 and 35-90mm

    STUNNING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    STUNNING!
    Well,

    this is what you get using Hasselblad

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    Wrong!

    This is what you get, when you are a true artist,
    no matter what camera you use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Thanks Darr!

    A few more colors, this time Aspens which we rarely get to see with this much red:











    Awesome color Jack. Incredibly pristine and well captured especially the 1st and 4th image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    I like the B&W version better jack, loving the Fall photos too! a pano from the weekend I went down south. 3 image stitch H4D-40 and 35-90mm

    Sweet light and fantastic composition. Makes one daydream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Some more fall color


    Sweet! You caught some great color and light. Nice sky too.

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    Thank you Ed!
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    Another from my recent trip to lower antelope.

    P65 two shot stitch cropped to 6x17, saturation and contrast boost in C1.


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    surrealistic and very nice. unusual colors. How did you get these colors?

    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Another from my recent trip to lower antelope.

    P65 two shot stitch cropped to 6x17, saturation and contrast boost in C1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Another from my recent trip to lower antelope.

    P65 two shot stitch cropped to 6x17, saturation and contrast boost in C1.

    Very nice capture of "Canyon Angel" Ed --- love the range of colors!
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    Nice touch Ed
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    surrealistic and very nice. unusual colors. How did you get these colors?
    Thank you Peter, Guy and Jack.

    Peter, the colors occur naturally, I increased saturation and contrast about 10% in C1 but nothing in the way of hue manipulation.

    From my blog entry:

    "The low angle of the late Autumn sun mutes colors in the canyon to shades of red, orange, purple and blue. *The deeper the shadow the cooler the light reflecting off the red sandstone appears to the camera."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    STUNNING!
    Quote Originally Posted by OlliL View Post
    Wrong!

    This is what you get, when you are a true artist,
    no matter what camera you use.
    How clever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    I like the B&W version better jack, loving the Fall photos too! a pano from the weekend I went down south. 3 image stitch H4D-40 and 35-90mm

    A wonderful image indeed! I'm curious to know how you handled the stitching with the moving surf. It seems there is a bit of seam visible, in the moving surf just a bit above the right most corner of the rock on the beach, or is it just my imagination? Anyway, beautiful capture for sure.

    Cheers, -Peter

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    Nice terrific shots all of you!
    I feel no one can get bad results with MFD, because you are talented and knowledgable already before getting any MFD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professional View Post
    Nice terrific shots all of you!
    I feel no one can get bad results with MFD, because you are talented and knowledgable already before getting any MFD
    Nope -- we all sucked until we got into MF.

    Seriously, MF does force you to shoot more carefully and when you shoot more carefully, you get better results. Shooting with a view or tech camera even more so. Many of us however went to MF back in the film days, so the MF digital transition was a lot easier -- heck, it was desired!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Adriatic sea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Nope -- we all sucked until we got into MF.

    Seriously, MF does force you to shoot more carefully and when you shoot more carefully, you get better results. Shooting with a view or tech camera even more so. Many of us however went to MF back in the film days, so the MF digital transition was a lot easier -- heck, it was desired!
    I went to MF film this year after i started with Digital MF last year, so i am going opposite direction, and in fact i was learning with Canon DSLRs, so it was not a big problem to use MF good enough as i use 35mm digital.
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    Thought I'd contribute again, here is one from a salon shoot last weekend.

    -Marq

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    Excellent Marq. Love the lighting.

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    Cool beauty shot, well done Marq!!!
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    thanks everyone, Peter it stitched pretty good, I tried to take each photo as quick as possible, there are a couple of small spots that need a bit of cloning which still needs to be done Jack you sure are right about being more careful with the MFD, Shooting with the 5d mkII before you could just put it on F/16 and shoot away pretty much, I do like how there needs to be more input though and using the viewfinder again has helped me see new things.
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    Hassy H4D-40.

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    Excellent Marq. Love the lighting.
    Agreed!
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    Thanks guys for the comments!

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    View from the highest peak in the midwest:



    Cambo, P65+, Schneider 24mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    View from the highest peak in the midwest:


    Cambo, P65+, Schneider 24mm
    Simply stunning!!! Truly.

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    Very nice capture Ed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    View from the highest peak in the midwest:



    Cambo, P65+, Schneider 24mm
    LOL Ed that is about 10 ft. LOL


    I'm only joking and really nice capture.
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    Ed, that midwest shot is FANTASTIC!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    View from the highest peak in the midwest:



    Cambo, P65+, Schneider 24mm
    Fantastic capture. Wonderful colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    View from the highest peak in the midwest:



    Cambo, P65+, Schneider 24mm
    Great picture!!! Looks like a tree at the top of MT. Magazine, however that isn't the highest point in the mid-West..so I don't know where that is.

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    Some from my last shoot ......

    ZD back 80mm or 150mm neat image on first two







    These were shot under daylight balance florescent, where as I typically shoot under strobes. All at ISO 400, where this back works the worst. Still does a much better job than the D300.

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    Sausalito, just minutes after sunset. More and larger at my blog: http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...alifornia.html

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    Ed great capture love the colors and the just the sense of grandeur in that shot.

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    Dave, nice lighting and wonderful poses!
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    Peter, I like the fog rolling in the background.
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    I have been lurking this thread for a while and decided it was time to post a few shots. All P40+ Mamiya shots except the Jet and Rail Crossing which was P21+. Getting to know my way around new Cambo RS... more to come. I was just selected to have 9 photographs in the PhotoNOLA Currents show this year. If you have been wanting to come to New Orleans it is a 2 week Photo event with shows and lectures all across town. Weather is 60-70 degrees. Event is sponsored by The New Orleans Photo Alliance.
    Not sure how to post bigger files, but will look into that.

    Thanks,
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    Edit: Added Black and White of Blue Angel. P21+.
    Last edited by ggriswold; 21st July 2013 at 08:36.

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    The Window shot is my favorite.
    Unique capture with wonderful color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebe View Post
    The Window shot is my favorite.
    Unique capture with wonderful color.
    Agreed -- very cool!
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    Yep, no aspens in Louisiana. I like to journey out for unusual scenes.... walking for pictures. Sometimes I come back with not a single shot, but live for the surprises. I suppose at some point there will be a swamp outing for me, but landscapes are not really my thing. Great photography of the swamps has been done by CC Lockwood... the Ansel Adams of the genre.

    The store window was actually taken with Cambo RS the second day I had it (just two weeks ago). That camera is as easy to use any MF I have used. Dial in exposure, corrections... there you are! Just don't forget that LCC with the 24mm! Window shot was taken with Rodenstock 45mm.

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    I guess they didn't call it an outhouse for nothing!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    I guess they didn't call it an outhouse for nothing!

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    Nice! Wait, is that poison ivy growing up through there? Wrong leaves to use for TP!

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    Actually they're raspberry canes - well fertilized but very prickly!
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    An oldie from my files - Rollei 6008, Ektachrome scanned with Nikon 9000.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsrfun View Post
    Great picture!!! Looks like a tree at the top of MT. Magazine, however that isn't the highest point in the mid-West..so I don't know where that is.

    Steve
    It is from Mt. Mag. Steve. Where in Midwest is it higher? I could have been mistaken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    It is from Mt. Mag. Steve. Where in Midwest is it higher? I could have been mistaken.
    Again, that is a spectacular image....What is mid-West? however, a few examples..AR Mt Mag-2753'. OK Black Mesa 4973', KS Mt. Sunflower 4039', NB White Bluff 3506, SD Harney Point 5424', etc.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...s_by_elevation

    I doubt if any of those places have a better view than that of the Arkansas river valley, at sunset, in the Fall, from the top of Magazine Mountain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice! Wait, is that poison ivy growing up through there? Wrong leaves to use for TP!
    I had a girlfriend once who had used poison oak for TP (before I met her). She had to go to the hospital. Ow...

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    I've been away for a while (head down on a startup project), stepping back in to have a peak is a real treat. Some really beautiful work being posted. Thanks, all, for posting.

    Cheers,

    Dale

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